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  • Women come from all over the country to shop at Haute and Co., and have been loving the experience created by Armstrong-Fowler.

    "At the store you didn't feel like you were being put in a different category," Mindy Rosen, bride and customer of Haute and Co., told People. "You walked in and you were treated like anyone else. They weren't saying, 'Oh here's your section over here.' My section was the whole store, which was awesome."

    Another customer of the store called it "so powerful and amazing" in an online review.

    The bridal boutique has been such a hit that Armstrong-Fowler is getting her own television reality series called The Perfect Fit. Obviously, it's about curvy ladies coming in to find their dream wedding dress without having to feel less than straight-sized brides. 

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  • "My goal is to create a world where my business isn't needed anymore," Armstrong-Fowler told People magazine. "My dream is to have all stores carry all sizes."

    In fact, Armstrong-Fowler told Chicago Woman magazine that her goal is actually bigger than just finding a gorgeous gown: "It is not just about a wedding dress. It is about being the best version of yourself and falling in love with the woman in the mirror."      

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