Dress of the Week: Marchesa

Happy Friday Brides!!!

Today we have a stunning gown from Marchesa’s Spring 2014 bridal collection.

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Photo Courtesy of Marchesa

Gorgeous lace detailing was definitely present on Marchesa’s runway this season and we were not sad about that!! 

This enchanting strapless, sweetheart neck gown is traditional, but has a very modern twist at the waist.

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Photo Courtesy of Marchesa 

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The back of this dress is so elegant!!

We love how the lace leads your eye right to the slight train at the bottom of the dress.

Simply Stunning!

You can check out more of Marchesa’s designs at www.marchesa.com or follow them at @marchesafashion.

See you next week for a brand new Dress of the Week feature!!

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Xoxo, Megan

The BHLDN Un-“Veil”ing is finally here!

For years now we’ve followed the hip, sophisticated, and downright funky style of Urban Outfitters and Anthrolpologie as they’ve taunted us with comfortable tops, beautiful dresses, delightful pants, and edgy home decor.

This fabulous brand has finally decided to create a new bridal line! Up until now we’ve only had hints and flashes of the details of the dresses at the new line’s website www.BHLDN.com.

Luckily, Women’s Wear Daily caught up with the creators and got a preview of the non-traditional dresses. “Rather than traditional gowns, BHLDN is more likely to make a large, lopsided taffeta bow the focal point of a dress, give a wedding gown an unfinished hem or cover elaborate pearl-studded flowers with a sheer layer of tulle so only a hint of the decoration is visible,” says Sharon Eldelson, writer for WWD. We’re excited because it appears the design team has managed to maintain their refined, yet urban style in this line of wedding gowns.  “We’ve taken DNA from Anthropologie,” Kristin Norris, BHLDN’s managing director said. “I kind of think of BHLDN as the sophisticated older sister.” This line is meant to be a nod to the avante-garde bride, with styles ranging from $1000 to $4000,  they can easily fit into most budgets!

Courtesy of http://www.WWD.com; Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

Take a look and let us know what you think!