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Last Look User Spotlight: Bride-to-Be Alexandra Browne

24 May 2016 | No Comments | Kara Ladd
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By: Kara Ladd

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Alexandra Browne is a New York native, born and raised, and was engaged last December 2015. She is currently transitioning careers to manage a showroom in the Flatiron district of Manhattan and is moving homes, all on top of planning her wedding–which is next month! Structure and organization is essential when balancing this many tasks. Keep reading to find out Last Look helped Alexandra plan to tie the knot.

When did you start using Last Look?

Alexandra: I began using Last Look the moment I got engaged. I believe it’s one of the most important times a bride should utilize the app. I had so many ideas I wanted to incorporate into my big day so the app was a great way to keep everything organized. Right now, I have about 12 projects which I have been using the app for over the past year.

Who in your wedding party uses Last Look?

A: Primarily my bridesmaids and I. I have six bridesmaids who live all over–Long Island, Florida, Chicago, they’re everywhere. There are also six groomsmen in our wedding party, but mainly the bridesmaids use the app to coordinate small details and accessories.

How has Last Look made an impact on your wedding planning?

A: The app was the most helpful when picking out bridesmaids dresses. I decided on the Jenny Yoo Soft Tulle Collection, but wasn’t sure of the cut or color I wanted. I was between Lilac and Mayan Blue. I had my bridesmaids try them on and upload photos to see what cut and color worked best. A unique feature of the collection is that it can be styled in several ways because the loose panel design. The panels can be tied in any way imaginable. I wanted each bridesmaid to wear the dress a little differently, so it was great to be able to share feedback in one central place.

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How often do you use Last Look and at what time during the day?

A: I do my wedding planning in bursts. I would hard core plan for two weeks then take a break to balance work and travel. When I’m in the “wedding planning zone”, I use it a lot. Probably daily during those times, either after my 5:00 am work out and while commuting to work or right before bed around 10:00pm.

Do you use Last Look outside of your wedding planning?

A: In the past, I managed social media profiles for various companies. If someone wanted to approve a photo, I would often share the picture through the app. Sharing photos through the app was often more convenient than sending an email or meeting in person. I also used the app from time to time with my fiancé when deciding on home decor. We are in the process of moving, so the app was very useful when envisioning a layout for a particular room.

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What feature of the app do you like the most?

A: I love the check “yes” and x “no” feature. It’s an easy way to give feedback quickly rather than writing out a whole comment. I also like the export to PDF feature because I can save the photos and comments on my computer or easily send to my friends and family.

Have your friends and/or peers involved in your wedding given you further feedback about the app?

A: My bridesmaids like how easy it was to use. Different people in my bridal party like to communicate in different ways–some like to talk on the phone, some like to text, and some like to use the app. Overall, I received great feedback as the app is extremely user friendly. One of my bridesmaids just got engaged last week and after using it for my wedding, I think she will use it for hers too!


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BANGLADESH BUILDING RESCUE ENDS...epa03699470 An army soldier takes part in a special prayer in front of the damaged site after the end of the rescue work after 20 days following the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14 May 2013. Reports state that the death toll rose to over 1,127 and 2,438 people rescued alive after the eight-storey building Rana Plaza, which mostly housed garment factories, collapsed on 24 April 2012. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

BANGLADESH BUILDING RESCUE ENDS…epa03699470 An army soldier takes part in a special prayer in front of the damaged site after the end of the rescue work after 20 days following the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14 May 2013. Reports state that the death toll rose to over 1,127 and 2,438 people rescued alive after the eight-storey building Rana Plaza, which mostly housed garment factories, collapsed on 24 April 2012. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

By: Kara Ladd

“Sustainability”, a buzzy topic over the past few years as brands as begin to further embrace eco-friendly initiatives.  By educating consumers about transparency, all brands can unite and make a difference. Reflecting on this past Fashion Revolution Week, we saw brands, consumers, and everyone in between, come together to enforce transparency and inspire social responsibility.

The Fashion Revolution was born after the Rana Plaza complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 24, 2013 where 1,134 people were killed and over 2,500 were injured. From April 18 through April 24, people from all over the world will use their voice as a catalyst for change in the fashion industry. Fashion can and should be made in an ethical, socially responsible, and humane way where quality standards, the environment and workers are valued equally.

As a designer, it is likely that your clothes are produced across the globe, but that isn’t an excuse to not have your finger on the pulse of your manufacturing and production. Social media, technology, and apps like Last Look can aid in creating a tighter hold on your supply chain. Last Look can provide an easy, time efficient evaluation process between designers and manufacturers.  As your manufacturer shares photos, you can further share them with your social media followers to show the story from cradle to cradle. The flow of goods and services can be separated into projects on Last Look:raw materials, work-in-progress, inventory, and finished goods. Photos can then be shared, reviewed and approved by all sectors of the business.

Consumers are beginning to care more about where their products are made and collaboration is key to improve global quality and safety standards. Authenticity and genuine accountability is a rising trend in not just the fashion industry, but all industries. There is an overabundance of media in the marketplace today, and consumers are increasingly more informed and can detect signs of artificiality. Utilize Last Look not only to improve standards on the back end of your company, but on the front end as well. Help educate, inform, and inspire your consumers!