Based in New York, New York, Save the Dress is a storage and restoration boutique that specializes in wedding garments. This company helps to turn your outfit into an heirloom piece, ensuring that it is stored in perfect condition. With their online shipping system, couples throughout the United States can avail themselves of the incredible services offered by this dedicated team.
Save the Dress understands that wedding and nuptial events involve celebrating with loved ones, and that this may take a toll on your dress. Their team offers cleaning services, removing all food and drink stains as well as any discoloration from makeup. This company exclusively uses environmentally friendly cleaning methods, ensuring that your cherished pieces do not come into contact with harsh chemicals. Their preservation technique ensures that your dress will be kept safe from mold and mildew, as well as yellowing and water damage. Thanks to their muslin garment bags and acid-free tissue paper, your garments will be kept in perfect condition and ready to be redesigned upon request.
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Team of Save the Dress
Grace Rojek Lorraine Stewart
Save the Dress was founded by mother-daughter team Lorraine Stewart and Grace Rojek! The two came up with the business concept after discovering several special, boxed family wedding gowns at Grace's grandmother's house. Unsure what to do with the heart-felt heirloom, they partnered with professionals to implement the best ways to preserve and care for the gowns. Grace and Lorraine are now on a mission to provide that same quality of service to families and newly-weds. Whether it be an issue of space or uncertainty, trust that with Save the Dress, your garments are in excellent care!
Affectionately known as our Graceful Sewers™, these talented women combine master-level sewing skills and detailed workmanship to provide care for your gown. After a thorough assessment, our seamstresses hand-repair areas of damage, and loop you in via email with a Dress Condition Report before the dress is entered into our museum-quality storage space.