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Now, the coronavirus presents another layer of disruption, affecting the fabric supply to dress manufacturers within China as well as across Asia. But the bridal industry remains certain it can deliver a gown to each and qedding bride — some might just arrive a couple weeks late. Last year, more than 2.

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China is the largest textile exporter on the market and recent disruptions from the U. An over-hasty return to full operation could result in more disruptions if factory reinfection ensues, forcing the factory to again shut down. Owner Shareen Mitchell feels confident that the bridal industry will be completely back to normal soon. But supply disruptions will likely persist across all levels of wedding gown production as Chinese factories navigate new wwdding protection measuresincluding maintaining a supply of masks and disinfectants and quarantine space to house sick workers, NPR reported.

Factories in China that produce 80 percent of Western wedding dresses are backlogged on orders due to coronavirus-induced closures, leading to delays in wedding dress delivery.

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With locations both in New York and Los Angeles, Shareen Bridal has been largely unaffected by the coronavirus given its large inventory of fabric from China and the fact that it sews its dresses domestically. The bridal industry not only needs to know how to temper bridal anxieties, but also anticipate market fluctuations to ensure dresses are fitted and delivered on time.

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Dressmakers work on wedding gowns in the workshop of Divine Bridal Co. Last year, more than 2.

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But as both Lang and Weddihg noted, smaller mom-and-pop boutiques that source most of the dresses from wholesalers in China are the most negatively affected by factory disruptions. Her bridesmaids dresses, ordered in January, should arrive by the end of April, leaving less than a month for alterations.

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China is the largest textile exporter on the market and recent disruptions from the U. Dressmakers work on wedding gowns in the workshop of Divine Bridal Co. The strain is also evident across the Pacific, from fabric and textile suppliers like the New York-based Preview Textile Group.

Now, the coronavirus presents another layer of disruption, affecting the fabric supply to dress manufacturers within China as well as across Asia. Owner Shareen Mitchell feels confident that the wedving industry will be completely back to normal soon.

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Disruptions happened, but the brides seem to always get a dress. But supply disruptions will likely persist across all levels of wedding gown production as Chinese factories navigate new virus protection measuresincluding maintaining a supply of masks and disinfectants and quarantine space to house sick workers, NPR reported. The strain is also evident across the Pacific, from fabric and textile suppliers like the New York-based Preview Textile Group.

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But the bridal industry remains certain it can deliver a gown to each and every bride — some might just arrive a couple weeks late. Lang also says that Mon Cheri, which sells its dresses at retailers across the country, and other reputable bridal companies have enough gowns in U. The bridal industry not only needs to know how to temper bridal anxieties, but also anticipate market fluctuations to ensure dresses are fitted and delivered on time.

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Her bridesmaids dresses, ordered in January, should arrive by the end of April, leaving less than a month for alterations. With locations both in New York and Los Angeles, Shareen Bridal has been largely unaffected by the coronavirus given its large inventory dresa fabric from China and the fact that it sews its dresses domestically. But as both Lang and Rothstein noted, smaller mom-and-pop boutiques weedding source most of the dresses from wholesalers in China are the most negatively affected by factory disruptions.

Lang also says that Mon Cheri, which sells its dresses at retailers across the country, and other reputable bridal companies have enough gowns in U.

Factories in China that produce 80 percent of Western wedding dresses are backlogged on orders due to coronavirus-induced closures, leading to delays in wedding dress delivery. Disruptions happened, but the brides seem to always get a dress. An over-hasty return to full operation could result in more disruptions if factory reinfection ensues, forcing the factory to again shut down.

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