Reem Acra‘s designs have been seen on many familiar faces such as Taylor Swift, Halle Berry and Eva Longoria. From the red carpet and to the Academy Awards stage, there always seems to be someone wearing one of her gorgeous numbers. Reem Acra has now added to her collections a bridal line that is inspired by glamour itself. You can find dresses made from luxurious materials such as lace, satin, crystals and lots of floral accents. Here is our pick for this week’s Dress of the Week:
Courtesy of Reem Acra
This crystal and pearl beaded gown is called Glamour Pearls. The jeweled neckline caught our attention because it creates a sophisticated and classic look for the lucky lady walking down the aisle. Accessorize the dress with a pop of color in your hair, or even shoes, and not a single pair of eyes will be able to look away from you!
Reem Acra’s flagship store is located in the heart of New York City, so stop by and check out at her other wonderful designs.
Dress like the stars and throw an event they would envy!
Let us know which are your favorites!
Brides, get ready! It’s that time of the week again when a dress is featured in your honor. If you are still looking for that perfect gown, check out this one that caught our eye, designed by the fabulous Anne Bowen.
Here is Modron from the ANNE BOWEN ” Of The Gods” Collection. Inspired by Welsh mythology, Modron is the the divine mother goddess. This one shoulder gown with its lush layers of organza is breathtakingly beautiful and certain to leave everyone speechless.
Anne Bowen not only focuses her design on wedding dresses, but she also designs luxury items seen on top celebrities such as Beyonce and Angelina Jolie. See more divine designs at: annebowen.com
This week our dress comes from designer Douglas Hannant. Danielle, CUE’s Founder and Creative Director, had the pleasure of seeing his 2011 designs in person at the Gabriella New York Bridal Salon (http://www.gabriellanewyork.com/). She marveled at how this designer, in particular, caters to all types of women regardless of style or size.
Courtesy of http://www.douglashannant.com
This week’s gorgeous dress bolsters Hannant’s commitment to creating unique yet traditional gowns. The strapless bodice, empire waist, and mermaid style train are very conventional elements. However, the addition of the beautiful blue embroidery on the bust, skirt and train makes this gown an eye-catching standout. Hannant states, “I really know my customer,” and poignantly adds, “I didn’t have her when I started. She found me. She is exactly who I wanted her to be.” Well, who is she? “She loves fine things in every facet of her life. She loves luxury. She wants modern, fresh and new, yet it isn’t big news in the sense that she is never going to be wearing the splashiest, trendiest, most overexposed thing of the moment.” We applaud this great designer and look forward to keeping our eye on his style.