Toula's Bridal gears up for big bridal gown sale - WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohio

Toula's Bridal gears up for big bridal gown sale

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CANFIELD, Ohio -

Brides on a budget have the chance to get their hands on designer gowns for as little as $100 this weekend.

Toula’s Bridal in Canfield is clearing out their stock of dresses at their huge bridal gown sale at the Hampton Inn Suites ballroom in Canfield.

Toula Kostoglou, owner of Toula’s Bridal, said they will have more than 300 dresses out for brides to choose from, including dresses from designers such as Pronovias, Eve of Milady, Justin Alexander Signature and Maggie Sottero.

All dresses are brand new sample dresses. Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 will be available.

All dresses will be marked with different colored labels indicating their new price. Dresses with green tags are $600, dresses with yellow tags are $300, and dresses with red tags are $100.

Draped areas will be set up so brides are able to try on dresses before they buy, and Toula said they will have plenty of staff to help customers.

However, customers are not able to make appointments. The sale is first come, first served.

While eager brides can’t camp out before the big event, doors will open at 10 a.m. Saturday and stay open until 6 p.m.

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