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“Anomalie Uses Big Data To Make Buying A Wedding Dress Easier For Brides...”

“Anomalie cuts the cost of wedding dresses, and is an apparel brand to watch.”

— Forbes

“Anomalie is willing to embrace software to offer 4 billion design permutations and break the markup cartel by selling gowns starting at $1000.”

“…their dresses are just as high-quality at a fraction of the price, and you get to brag about how you helped design it.”

— TechCrunch

“The answer... came from Anomalie, a start-up that was selling custom-made wedding gowns for a fraction of their comparable boutique cost.”

“Anomalie saves clients more than 70 percent by selling directly to brides from factories where it makes custom gowns using the same materials as boutique brands like Monique Lhuillier.”

— The New York Times

“While shopping for her own nuptials, she formed relationships with wedding dress suppliers and formed Anomalie.”

— Women’s Wear Daily

“It’s Warby Parker for wedding dresses, eschewing brick-and-mortar locations and working directly with factories to cut markups.”

— Disruption Magazine

“The company's digital platform allows soon-to-be brides to work with technical designers to create a custom dress and bypass what can be an expensive and stressful day at retail stores.”

— Cheddar

“They can offer customers a lower price on boutique-quality dresses because they handle factory operations themselves.”

— SF Chronicle

“A dress that sold for $5,000 in a boutique might cost as little as $200 in labor and supplies. By working directly with the factories, Anomalie can produce a custom gown for about $1,200.”

— Harvard Review

“Anomalie is a web-based start-up that wants to help modernize an industry that hasn’t changed much in decades...”

— Inbound Logistics

“The Anomalie outfit transitioned throughout the night: the ceremony was a long skirt and top kept simple to highlight a graphic thistle veil; for the reception, the train came off to reveal a silk column dress with fun shoulders, and for dancing, a jacket with shimmery, metallic beadwork.”

— Junebug Weddings

“As seen on Carats and Cake feature of Susan & Steven’s wedding in Oceanside, CA.”

— Carats & Cake

“Offers customers... a lower price on boutique-quality dresses because (they) supervise all of the operations and manufacturing...”

— Washington Post

“Direct-to-consumer bridal start-up Anomalie lets you custom-design your dream wedding dress. The best part? You’ll still be able to stay within your budget.”

— Fashionista

“This company creates custom wedding dresses that are actually affordable...”

— Brit + Co
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