My hairstylist introduced this shop to me as he did a few print ad jobs with them. It’s conveniently located in LKF in Central so i went there during lunchtime 🙂
They specialise in white by Vera Wang but also have a few Pronovias. They showed me all the dresses they have on an IPad but i didnt spend too much time on it since I have all the way wanted to try the Pronovias.
To keep my ‘the one’ in secret, I’m not showing it here but the other ones I had tried 🙂
I forgot the names of the dresses but this is part of the Pronovias- St Patrick 2012 collection.
This is La Sposa’s dress.
Iconic provides sell and rental services. The St Patrick and La Sposa I tried are $38,000. For rent, it’s around $7,800.
HK artrist Dada on the St Patrick’s dress.
I really like Central Weddings. They don’t have a lot of dresses but they are all of very high quality. The consultant was very patient and pleasant even I tried on 8 dresses! There are Monique Lullier, Amsale, Vera Wang, Ann Barge… Price begins from $30,000 (They have no rental services)
Central Weddings & Occasions
Suite 3510, Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark 15 Queen’s Road Central Hong Kong TEL: (852) 2869-8666
Henry Roth’s Diana
I think it’s pretty, especially the cut but I wanted more lace/beads…
Also tried this, but don’t think ball gown is for me…
Elysian Bridal is a small bridal shop in Central. They have mid-tier international brands but don’t have a lot of dresses, around 20-30 I guess. Service was alright… but i won’t say great. They were late in my first appointment and I had to wait outside at the small corridor with poor air ventilation. Not much advice given. Price was pretty affordable (around HKD 20,000) as their brands aren’t the top tier ones, but the mark up is obviously quite high as I know the prices in US and Australia.
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We had a romantic dinner at Red Sky in Bangkok. It’s located on the top floor (55/F) of Centara Grand Hotel at Central World.
Not only does the restaurant have a magnificent view, the food and service were also wonderful.
We had Alaska king crab soup, beef cappacio, and French oysters as appetisers.
For main course, we had Wellington beef with foie gras and lobster risotto.
If you dont feel like a western meal in Bangkok, you should go there for drinks at least. They have live music there and lots of sunbeds and sofas where you can just relax and chill out!
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Just came back from Bangkok yesterday and we had massages everyday!! Diora was my favourite of all and here is a quick review about it.
Diora is located conveniently at Holiday Inn Bangkok at Sukhumvit Soi 22. If you are taking BTS, get off at Phrom Phong. It’s close to the shopping centre Terminal 21. We took taxi there from our hotel as taxis in Bangkok are so cheap!!!
We had a 90 mins aromatherapy body massage for 1,300 baht (around HK$370) which comes with a free 60-mins golden mask facial valued at 1,250 baht! (Morning promotion for all oil massage treatment done between 9am and noon)
With 1,300 baht, we enjoyed a 2.5 hours pampering, wrapped up with a complimentary mango pudding after the treatment!
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