Wed2B, the UK’s largest and fastest growing bridal retailer, has opened its newest store in Leeds, in perfect time for the wedding season.
Leeds is Wed2B’s 23rd store and its third in Yorkshire, with existing branches in Rotherham and Hull.
The new affordable bridal retail store occupies the ground floor of The Dry House, a Grade II Listed former textile works on the Kirkstall Road, approximately 1.5 miles west of Leeds city centre.
Unlike a traditional boutique, customers can visit at any time without an appointment and browse the five unique bridal collections in the store. All dresses are off-the-peg, so brides to be can take their dream dress home with them on the day.
The Leeds store stocks hundreds of dresses in different designs and sizes, priced between £99 and £599 in sizes 6-30. It also offers bridesmaids’ dresses and a wide selection of bridal accessories.
Todd Cassidy, founder and CEO of Wed2B, said: “We are very excited to be opening our 23rd store in Leeds and our first outlet in West Yorkshire. Brides can visit us on the Kirkstall Road whenever they like, take their time browsing our designer collections, and try as many dresses as they like before choosing and taking home their perfect gown that very same day.”
Wed2B has grown rapidly from three stores in 2014 to 23 today, in locations throughout the UK including Bolton, Brighton, Edinburgh, Exeter, Newcastle, Norwich and Nottingham. The business is backed by British financier Javad Marandi, the investor behind Soho House Group’s highly successful Soho Farmhouse hotel and club, and its national chain of restaurants Chicken Shop, Dirty Burger and Pizza East.