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Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
 

The first Bella Bridesmaid store in Pennsylvania is set to open in late January in Bethel Park.

Franchise owner Bridget Pope said the boutique will sell “stylish, wearable bridesmaid dresses for the modern wedding” based on a retail concept that debuted in 2000 in San Francisco. Pope said the boutique will feature Amsale, Coren Morre, Donna Morgan and other dress lines that are new to the Pittsburgh area.

The company has 43 stores nationwide, and the Bethel Park store will be at 1752 N. Highland Road, in the retail corridor between South Hills Village and the Galleria mall in Mt. Lebanon.

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