Merging the formerly mutually exclusive worlds of faith and fashion to provide you with comfortable and beautiful temple dresses.
Hi! I'm Rosemary, but you can call me Rosie. I come from a long line of fine artists and I'm a self-proclaimed paper-doll-making master. But more than anything, I love the temple.
Temples are important, but not because they're some of the most beautiful buildings in the world. Temples matter because they house sacred ordinances. Like temples, as daughters of God our worth is not defined by our exteriors, but by the royal spirits that our bodies house. What we wear, especially in the temple, should reflect the beauty within.
When shopping for my first temple dress, I felt a little disappointed with the options. The temple felt like such a special and personal experience, but I couldn't find anything that felt very special or "me" at all. As more and more of my friends entered the temple, I've observed that my temple dress experience wasn't unique to me. I created Q.NOOR to ensure that women have dresses as special and beautiful as going to the temple feels.
As a former international high fashion model, I’ve had the unique opportunity to work closely with fashion's finest creatives. For two years I observed and learned from designers, stylists, and brands like Jill Stuart, Zac Posen, Miss Sixty, Patti Wilson, Gucci, and Vogue. This training proved to be a major blessing and the perfect preparation for the construction of Q.NOOR.
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