BRIDES GO BACK TO THE FITTING ROOM ON SEASON 2 OF TLC'S "SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING NEW" BACK NEXT WEEK!
[Los Angeles, CA]--Style guru Sam Saboura and seamstress extraordinaire Kelly Nishimoto are back on TLC to help conflicted brides choose their wedding dress on the second season of BrideDay's hit series Something Borrowed, Something New, premiering Friday, January 3rd at 10/9c. In each half-hour episode, Sam and Kelly take brides on an emotional journey to find the perfect dress to say "I do," with a twist. Whether it's a hand-me-down gown passed through generations, or a brand new off the rack designer dress, one thing is certain, at the end of every episode, each bride-to-be will have to make the tough decision: will it be something borrowed or something new?
Kicking off with two new back to back episodes, season two promises to deliver something for everyone: outspoken and opinionated family members, unique and over-the-top vintage dresses, fabulous designer gowns, and, of course, the reconstructed reveal. On Friday, January 3rd at 10pm, viewers will meet a Jersey bride who is planning a big Italian wedding with a winter wonderland theme. While Nikki is eager to flaunt her assets in a skin-tight, crystal covered dress, Mom thinks her own 80's gown is the best choice. The guessing game continues at 10:30pm with Sarah, a self-proclaimed Daddy's girl, who actually wants to wear her grandma's dress. However, the 1942 wedding gown is extremely delicate and now falling apart. Can Kelly save the dress and the day - or will Sam sway Sarah with an unexpected new gown?
Find out on Something Borrowed, Something New. The series is produced for TLC by Trium Entertainment.