8 Things You Didn’t Know About TLC’s ‘Say Yes To The Dress’

  
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6. Selection of Dresses

Viewers of the show know the Kleinfeld bridal shop is the best of the best, otherwise it wouldn’t have it’s own show! The store houses over 200 exclusive gowns that cannot be found anywhere else, and it receives new dresses every single day. The owner of Kleinfeld’s said, “Kleinfeld travels across the world to various bridal markets through the year, each gown we order arrives from different markets at different times of the year.” Not only does the shop carry an array of different designers and dresses, they also have one of the best plus size assortments available with a range of sizes from 16 to 28.

Anne-Marie Jackson,Torstar News Service

Anne-Marie Jackson,Torstar News Service

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5. The Show has Multiple Spin Offs

Say Yes to the Dress has become so popular over the past 14 seasons that it’s garnered multiple spinoffs. The first was Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta which is still on the air and focuses on a specific bridal shop in Atlanta called Bridals by Lori. The show follows the same format as the original, but features a different shop, staff and production company. The Atlanta version has its own spinoffs called Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids and Say Yes to the Dress: Monte’s Take. The second spinoff was created back in 2010 and is still on the air. The show is called Say Yes to the Dress: Big Bliss and features the same shop and staff as the original, but is geared specifically to plus size women. There’s also Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, Randy to the Rescue and Say Yes to the Dress: Australia.

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Hilary Swift/The New York Times

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