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Frequently Asked Questions - Scarborough Wedding Dresses and Bridesmaids
1. What is the typical cost of a wedding dress in Scarborough, Toronto?The price of brand-new wedding dresses in Scarborough from the latest designer collections are usually $1000 and more. If you would like cheaper bridal gowns in Scarborough of high quality, shop during sample sales. Best for Bride has discounted wedding dresses in their clearance section throughout the year.
2. Where can you find budget-friendly wedding dresses in Scarborough, Toronto?Budget-friendly, original designer bridal dresses in Scarborough of amazing quality are available at Best for Bride in Toronto. While regular collections are priced at $1000 and above, cheaper dresses are available in our clearance section.
3. What is my wedding dress timeline in Scarborough?We highly recommend that brides shop for their wedding gowns at least nine months to a year before the wedding. Place your order no later than six months to ensure that the dress is received with time to spare. You will also need a month for fittings. This is necessary to get the dress altered to your exact measurements before the wedding.
4. What else do I have to buy after ordering my wedding dress in Scarborough?You should account for all other related expenses when planning your wedding dress budget in Scarborough. This includes the cost of bridal dress alterations and bridal accessories in Scarborough. You will need jewelry, bridal hair accessories like a tiara or veil, and crinoline. Shoes, garter and suitable undergarments should also be on your shopping list.
5. Will I need wedding dress alterations in Scarborough?You will most likely need wedding dress alterations in Scarborough. Although wedding dresses are custom-made for orders, manufacturers create them according to standard sizing charts. Therefore, your consultant will help you order a dress in a size that is closest to your measurements, but not exact. When the dress arrives, you will need alterations to get it to fit you exactly.
Scarborough is the area that forms the eastern part of the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was a separate city for over 200 years, but has been part of the 'East District' of Toronto since 1998. The Scarborough name is still used by most local residents, and is recognized by Canada Post as a municipality name. Scarborough has characteristics of a suburb of old Toronto, but retains much of its own character and flavour. Certain neighbourhoods in Scarborough are popular destinations for new immigrants to Canada, who bring part of their own culture to that of Scarborough. Because of the topography of the Bluffs, the Rouge Valley and the other creeks and many minor tributaries, Scarborough is said to be the greenest and leafiest part of Toronto.
In 2001, Scarborough's population was 593,297, with a density of 3 160.9/km². A study based on census data between 1996 and 2001 shows that Scarborough's growth rate was more than 6%, the highest growth in Toronto. Its population is second to North York, but if this trend continues it should be the most populated district in Toronto by 2010.
Scarborough is home to an earthen cliff formation known as the Scarborough Bluffs. The Bluffs can be found along the shore of Lake Ontario, stretching about 14 km, and reaching heights of more than 60 m in places. They are part of a much larger formation known as the Iroquois Shoreline, most of which is located somewhat further inland. The Iroquois Shoreline marks the extent of a prehistoric lake, Glacial Lake Iroquois, whose level was quite a bit higher than present-day Lake Ontario's. It shrank in size at the close of the last ice age.
The Scarborough Town Centre is the largest commercial and entertainment hub east of Yonge Street in Toronto. It is located next to the Scarborough Civic Centre, Albert Campbell Square, Consilium Place and the Scarborough Centre. This area was developed as a city centre under the old City of Scarborough government. The Scarborough Walk of Fame is also located in the Town Centre, consisting of a number of plaques embedded in pavement to honour notable residents, past and current. The inaugural inductees included NBA player Jamaal Magloire, Olympic gold medallist Vicky Sunohara as well as 8 other prominent residents contributing to advances in medicine, arts, and community.
Compared to the City of Toronto as a whole, industry in Scarborough is similar in all labour force categories, save for manufacturing which is higher in Scarborough, and professional, scientific and technical services which are lower. The headquarters of Honda Canada Inc. are also located in Scarborough.
From McCowan RT station, to Midland RT station, centred on Scarborough Town Centre Mall and RT station is a small city centre, including a public square, government buildings, offices and in recent years many new condominiums, not to mention the Town Centre Mall. It has become one of Toronto's many new downtowns in the outer boroughs (another example is North York Centre in Uptown Toronto). See Scarborough City Centre.
Scarborough is the home of Ontario's first elevated rapid transit line, the Scarborough RT. The RT was built in 1985. It runs from Kennedy subway station to McCowan Avenue, just east of the Scarborough Town Centre. There are 6 stations along the RT route. The city is reviewing a number of replacement options, including turning it into a streetcar route or an extension of the City's subway system. The RT forms part of the public transit run by the Toronto Transit Commission, which also operates extensive bus routes, and three subway stations within Scarborough.