Stuller’s New Bridal Catalog Is Out
The 800-page catalog has more than 800 new styles.
The 800-page book includes more than 800 new styles, as well as callouts for matching eternity and anniversary bands and educational materials.
Stuller said the new catalog also provides a more streamlined experience for retailers, both in terms of shopping and its organizational structure, to let them serve their customers as easily as possible.
“Our goal is to provide jewelers with the resources they need to make their customers’ bridal shopping experiences unforgettable,” said Alex Stuller, senior bridal director.
“This is the year a lot of couples are finally getting to say, ‘I do,’ and we want to provide jewelers with resources needed to boost their bridal business.”
To mark the launch of the new catalog, Stuller is holding a photo contest.
To enter, take a selfie, or group selfie, with Bridal 2021-2022.
Then, between July 16 and 30, post it to Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #YearOfTheWedding and tagging @StullerInc. (Photos also can be emailed to email@example.com.)
Stuller will choose a winner at random and announce them on its Instagram Stories no later than Aug. 2. The winner will receive a $1,000 account credit toward any bridal products.
For more information on the catalog or the contest, go to Stuller’s website.
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