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310 King Street, Suite B, Charleston, SC 29401-____
Charleston, SC 29401-____
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With two locations in Charleston, Lordis Loft brings beauty solutions through its diverse salon and spa services. The salon uses organic Aveda products to provide eco-friendly services to clients. The team of aesthetic experts helps brides look radiant with its bridal makeup and hairstyling services. The spa caters to men and women and offers haircuts, massage, eyelash enhancement, and makeup artistry. Lordis Loft aims for a perfect ambiance in its locations and strives to build long-term relationships with clients while doing its part to protect the environment.

310 King Street, Suite B, Charleston, SC 29401-____
Charleston, SC 29401-____

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We scour the internet for reviews from well-known resources. Each provider is evaluated based on the quality and quantity of their reviews, their presence on multiple review sites, and their average minimum rating.

Online Profiles:

1 (Good)

Average Review Score:

4.6 / 5 ( Best)

Total Reviews:

83 (Best)

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Consistent (Best)

We hire mystery shoppers to call our providers anonymously and evaluate them. Providers who respond quickly, answer questions thoroughly, and communicate politely score higher.

Responsiveness: A+

Friendliness: A+

Helpfulness: A+

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Where should you shop for non-traditional wedding dresses?
A: It depends on what the bride is looking for. If she has a specific genre or style in mind, focus on shops that cater to that style. If she’s unsure, an online search can produce many creative suggestions for differing types of non-traditional wedding gowns and where to find them.
Q: Does the mother of the groom go wedding dress shopping with the bride, traditionally?
A: There’s no tradition compelling the bride to include her future mother-in-law in her wedding dress shopping trip. If they have a close relationship or want to build one, she may be a welcome guest. Ultimately, It’s up to the bride and the groom’s mother to decide.
Q: Who should go wedding dress shopping with the bride?
A: Some common choices are parents, grandparents, the mother of the groom, siblings, cousins, aunts, and close friends. Bridal party members are often among these groups. The bride should have final say in who she wants with her when shopping for a gown. The bridal salon may have a guest limit.

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