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Designer Sai To To Dress & # 39; Pini Tornai was dismissed after flying for 12 hours at the meeting, but shortly thereafter received a phone call that changed his career


Pnina Tornai appears on the hit TLC show "Say That Dress."
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  • Pnina Tornai started her bridal job 30 years ago in a
    a small shop with a mirror in Tel Aviv, Israel. Today he sees 90 years
    up to 120 brides a day for a weekend in Kleinfeld, known
    wedding shop in New York.
  • Before the brides said yes to Torney's wedding
    dresses in Kleinfeld, she was rejected from her
    selling gowns at the wedding shop, because her designs were "
    sexy. "
  • Instead of giving up, Tornai went home and created
    a collection of dresses that could fit into the American wedding
    fashion. Two weeks later, the owner of Kleinfeld called and said
    The dresses were sold as crazy.

Before the brides said "yes" to the wedding beaches of Pnine Tornai
In Kleinfeld, she was refused to sell the dress
magazine for weddings, because her designs were considered "too sexy".

Pnina Tornai started her bridal job 30 years ago in a small one
one mirror store in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Tornai is connected to Kleinfeld – a famous bridal shop in Nev
York City has now appeared on TLC show "Say Yes to Dress" –
when the young father wanted to deal with her more
an affordable price on the dress, "said Business Insider
episode of our podcast "This Is Success."

Two days later, Tornai had a meeting in Kleinfeld in New York
City – A 12-hour flight from Tel Aviv.

"The next thing I knew was I was on a plane with mine
a dress on the way to Kleinfeld, and it was not easy
start, "Tornai said.

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"It was not really an easy start since I remember
the day I came to Kleinfeld and showed my dresses, and
the customer watched my dress with a very strange face, saying:
"We will never sell these dresses in America
clothes will never be sold in America. They are too sexy; They are also
boldness. & # 39; "

On a 12-hour flight back to Tel Aviv, Tornai said
cried as the plane did not touch. Instead of giving up, she
He went home and created a collection of dresses that he could fit
American wedding fashion. She sent the collection back
Kleinfeld with an email saying: "Please, put on these dresses
Your store. If they do not sell, send them back. "

Two weeks later, Tornai received a phone call from the owner
Kleinfeld, who said that the store had a problem with her dresses –
They sold them too much and they were not sure Tornai could follow
amount of orders.

"And the rest is history," Tornai said.

For 13 years, Tornai left Tel Aviv in New York
York Citi on 12-hour flights to ensure that her dresses flourish

When Kleinfeld's "Sai Ies To The Dress" show took off
nine years ago, Tornai became one of the most sought-after designers
in the store. Today, the show is broadcast in 120 countries and Tornai
she sees weekends of 90 to 120 bride per day.

"It's about my bride, it's about my customer," Tornai said.
"I am grateful to everyone I have in my life, I do not know
Take anything for granted. "

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