The showroom is smaller than it looks on TV.
The showroom floor was one of the areas I was most excited to see at Kleinfeld, as it’s where I’ve watched countless brides find their dream gowns on “Say Yes to the Dress.”
The room was beautiful, with its pedestals for brides to model on, full-length mirrors, luxurious couches, and gowns lining the edge of the room.
But it was smaller than I anticipated. Based on the show’s camera angles, I always got the impression I was only seeing one part of the store, rather than a sweeping view of the space.
My perspective was off, and the showroom was actually fairly intimate. About eight brides and their families could fit in the main space at one time, and it felt crowded as entourages filtered in and out. The mirrors likely make it look bigger on TV as well.
I did like that I could see all the brides, though. It gave the showroom a comfortable vibe.