My sojourns in different continents proved to be very fruitful trips.  First, it gained me new clients. I had exposure to soon-to-be-brides. And lastly, I had a very interesting progress in my career. Two months ago, I enrolled at the University of the Arts in London for a well-thought of career development plan. After the course, it proved to me that the course has a potential in making it a mainstream of my work in bridal couture.  This is what I’m developing right now. Submerging the processes I’ve learned will prove to be a fete in my line of work. So much to prepare:  such as developing a laboratory workshop and planning how to market my textile art.  It’s indeed going to be a difficult process, one that I didn’t realize would happen. But since I’m quite adamant to offering products that will be unique to each and every bride, this progress will eventually take its place where I envisioned it to be.

I like to be different. If you like to be different too, make my gown your own! And let’s dream your wedding gown together =) You’re not alone, my dear.  I dream of your gown, too!

Let me end this by quoting  Gail Dever.
“Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.”


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