Say Yes to the Dress – Claudia Gets Fired From Say Yes to the Dress
The popular TLC show Say Yes to the Dress is about to be back on the air, and it seems like everything is getting a little more real than it has been in the past. For starters, bridal consultant Claudia is no longer working for Kleinfeld, and she’s no longer on the show. But when she was still on the show, it appeared that she had a lot of problems with both her bosses and the other consultants who worked with her.
The first time the episode aired, claudia came across as a hothead who didn’t listen to the brides or their families when they asked her for advice. It was a big deal at the time, and she got a lot of negative feedback from her fans. She had a bad reputation for not taking her job seriously, and even her mother called the show’s producers to complain.
But she did eventually learn her lesson and refocused her personality so that she could be a good consultant. She also started to make sure that she was taking the time to get to know her clients so that they would feel comfortable and confident on their wedding day.
She was also a great salesperson, and she had a lot of experience in bridal clothing. Her quick wit and take-no-crap attitude helped her to cut down dresses quickly than other consultants might have been able to do.
It’s no secret that many of the dresses sold on the show are made by Pnina Tornai, one of Kleinfeld’s primary vendors. The Israeli designer has a large number of dresses in the store, and she’s one of the designers that’s most often offered to brides on the show.
When Amy comes in for her appointment, she falls in love with two dresses — a classic lace sheath and a fuller satin a-line gown. But she’s already feeling pressured to buy a dress and is upset that Claudia pulled just dresses at the top of her price range.
Luckily, Joan intervenes and asks Amy to go have lunch. But when she gets back, she realizes that the lace dress is gone! This is a major problem.
After a lot of back-and-forth, the managers tell both Amy and Claudia that they won’t be able to find the dress. They escalate the situation to their managers and they’re told that it will be a day or two before the dress can be returned.
The manager also says that she’s not happy with how the season is going and they’re looking into ways to improve it. So far, they’ve come up with the idea of giving every bride a cell phone so that they can reach their managers anytime during the appointment.
They’ve also talked about using the show to bring in new designers and introduce them to the audience. They’ve considered hiring designers such as Mark Zunino, who was once featured on the show.
The producers of Say Yes to the Dress are working hard to find new episodes that will be more exciting for viewers, and Monty Durham is no exception. He has worked closely with producers in Baltimore and Los Angeles to develop new shows, and he’s already been contacted about a few projects.