The Custom Couture Experience: CTC West

It’s been a while since my last post–lots has been going on, but updates are for another day! I was recently contacted by CTC West to post some information about their custom designs and the upcoming Kismet Show…and given my great experience with CTC West’s customization process and how much I loved my reception lengha (which you can view again here), I thought it would be an appropriate post to get back to blogging! Enjoy!

By Ashley Iyer: A sweetheart neckline or a corset? Mermaid cut or A-Line?  Capped sleeves or straps? Every bride has a distinctive vision for her special day. Faced with a daunting to-do list, the most important one of them all is deciding on that wedding outfit. The endless array of colours and styles to choose from can often be dizzying. It takes the right combination of designer fashion and vision to create YOUR perfect look.

The CTC West Custom Couture experience was created for this very purpose, to assist you in selecting a CTC West design and altering the colour, shape and look to create a piece that truly embodies your vision.

With the combination of your vision and our expertise, every piece in the CTC West boutique can be customized, embellished, mixed and matched, to achieve a simplistic or intricate design.

CTC West Custom Couture translates this new blend into a unique couture piece, reflective of the bride-to-be. From traditional to modern to funky, CTC West Custom Couture manifests your dream outfit into reality, ensuring that you are glowing from the inside and out, on your special day.

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You can catch the CTC West 2012 Collection on the runway at this year’s Kismet Wedding show (September 18, 2011).


The Kismet Wedding Show is happening this Sunday, February 18 at the International Centre (Hall 1) in Mississauga, ON. If you go, please let me know how it is!



LBB (Glad to be back)


2 thoughts on “The Custom Couture Experience: CTC West

  1. I LOVE CTC WEST! I customized my wedding outfits with the help of Gaurav who totally got my vision for a 1920s/Mobster inspired lengha! lol Imagine that!

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