Justin Alexander debuted on the bridal fashion scene as T&G Bridal in 1949 in Brooklyn, New York. It was a time when femininity in women's fashion was re-emerging from the masculine scarcities of the war-torn 1940s. Brides could now afford bigger gowns and bolder headpieces and T&G's exquisite tiaras and detailed headpieces met that demand.
Continuing to meet the demand for classic style and romantic details, Justin Alexander offers contemporary bridal gowns and accessories touched by vintage inspiration. Its mid- to high-end designs combine couture style with affordability.
Sheri Autry couture
Sheri fashions stunning collections of contemporary gowns and lingerie crafted from the finest imported silks, tulles, chiffons, and illusion fabrics enhanced by unique, often one-of-a-kind, embellishments. She has been a featured designer for the International Couture Presentation (ICP) and several Washington area bridal expo shows. Her fashions have been featured in More Magazine, Munaluchi Bridal, and Editorial Magazine.
Sheri is a tactile designer, inspired by raw materials, fabrics, and unusual embellishments. She gets a jolt of excitement when a special fabric with a unique texture or pattern captures her attention.
The Wild Rose Collection is inspired by climbing vines, hidden trails, and abandoned ruins that recall the romance of a bygone era. Vintage inspired details are combined with soft, wispy fabrics for just the right amount of modern glamour.
Each gown is customized with organic details, delicately applied by hand one bead at a time. Embroidered vines gracefully wrap around the body while pearl beads imitate the luster of dew drops. The intricate handwork never overpowers, but reveals new details waiting to be discovered with every look.