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#1  Banning Mer 16 Set, 2020 09:51

If all your symptoms have gone, and it’s been at least 30 days since it’s fine to keep your appointment.

If you have any symptoms, even to a mild degree, headpieces please stay at home – we will gladly reschedule your appointment for no extra fee.

I/my guest have some symptoms, but it’s probably not COVID-19. Can I still come?

Please stay at home – we will gladly reschedule your appointment for 14+ days later, and there will of course be no extra fee!

Again, if I develop any symptoms I will have to close and self-isolate as well as my family for 14 days. And all appointments plus size wedding dresses will be rescheduled/canceled. It doesn’t have to be COVID-19 to shut us down temporarily.

I/my guest have no symptoms, but someone I met with in the past 14 days now has symptoms that could be COVID-19. Can I still come?

Please stay at home – we will gladly reschedule your appointment for 14+ days later, and there will of course be no extra fee!

It’s known that people can be carriers of COVID-19 and show no symptoms. Even if you feel fine, you could actually have COVID-19 and inadvertently infect someone vulnerable on your way to our appointment.

I/my guest have no symptoms, but I live outside of New England or I have recently traveled on a plane or I have traveled recently to a hotspot/surge state. Can I still come?

Please stay at home – we will gladly reschedule your appointment for 14+ days later, and there will of short wedding dresses course be no extra fee! To stop the spread, it is safer for me and my shop to right now work only with brides that live in New England, New York or New Jersey and if possible only in Massachusetts.

UPDATE AS OF 8/17/2020: Moving forward, I will be updating the lists of ok states to visit from weekly/biweekly. I am basing it on case surges and being proactive. If you and your state or guests state start to surge the week of your visit, we will have to reschedule. Every state is creating their own rules and it’s too hard for me to keep up and I honestly don’t want to track down COVID test results. I am doing this to make sure I feel comfortable working and to be able to stay open. I would highly prefer to meet with anyone that lives in Massachusetts only but understand that mom or sister etc may live in another New England bracelets state.

I also don’t appreciate clothes that a person can’t really LIVE in – like sleeves that I can’t wear while washing dishes. I love sundresses, a great floral print, the perfect jeans and white tee, and thoughtful accessories made by friends. Part of the reason I love classical designs is that I hate waste. Sometimes I can feel like something is no longer worth keeping just because the design feels tired. I recently moved up to New York’s Hudson Valley and am in love with the aesthetic of the local artisan scene! Natural dyes and fibers, but modern silhouettes, locally crafted clothes, home goods, and accessories – it’s great to be so close to this current movement in fashion!
 



 
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