We are proud to feature the “Divine Girl” wedding gown by Reem Acra for our “Dress of the Week.”
We are loving this strapless dress we’ve selected from Reem Acra‘s Spring 2014 collection.
I especially love how the triangular lace design reveals and defines the torso while bestowing a slimming effect at the waist. And be sure to take a close look at that lace to truly appreciate the gorgeous design chosen by Reem Acra for this dress in particular.
Also, the way the fabric overlaps as it wraps around the bust adds still another level of elegance to this gown.
This is an exceptional dress for the bride who wants to feel like a princess, yet still flaunt an edgy-meets-classy air.
This week we bring you a dress from Anne Barge’s 2014 Spring collection. This season Anne was inspired by the romance of the past. The soft pastels and sense of lightness as evoked by the Impressionist painter, Claude Monet was Anne’s muse. She was particularly inspired by Monet’s vision and breath-taking interpretations of his opulent gardens at Giverny, France. Thus, the gown Acacia was designed! This strapless corset is made with beaded Chantilly lace and silk organza. The mermaid skirt is accented with gorgeous cascading ruffles.
This week’s dress is Ofelia from the Modeca 2013 collection by Enzoani. This strapless tulle gown has a fitted ruched bodice that is not only flattering but gives the dress a fun texture. The bottom of the dress is layered tulle that has the perfect amount of volume. Throughout the dress there are subtle floral appliqués for a touch of elegance. This gown is available in white or ivory.
This week we bring you a dress from Pronovias’ 2014 pre-collection. This floor length gown has a beautiful mermaid skirt made with tulle and nylon frills that will give the allusion that you’re floating as you walk. The strapless neckline is created with feathers, which is my favorite part of this dress. This gown is part of the dreams collection for 2014, and we can see why! Its shape and material give it such a romantic and whimsical feel.
In celebration of Spring finally fighting it’s way in, we bring to you a short wedding dress for your summer wedding. Talia by Sarah Jassir is the best of both worlds as it is a short dress with a train. It’s traditional meets funky. The dress is made with blush taffeta lace and sequin. Its strapless with a chiffon over skirt giving you the traditional train on an otherwise untraditional dress. This dress is available at Angelique Bridal in New York City.
This dress of the week is by Liancarlo. The Miami-based company was established in 1981 by designer Carlos Ramirez. Lincarlo creates evening dresses as well as bridal gowns, and everything the company produces is 100% made in the USA.
My favorite thing about this dress is that not only is it available in the traditional white or ivory, it is also made in shell (shown). The crystal-beaded and embroidered tulle is fashioned as a fit and flare, strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and skirt petals. It also has a beaded pearl/crystal sash in platinum. The details on this dress are incredible! What do you think?
If you love lace as much as I do, then you’re going to adore this dress of the week! Jenny Lee is not only an incredible designer, she is also an amazing inspiration. She began choosing her own fabrics to design clothes at the tender age of six! In 1995 she opened her first boutique and it has gone national since then. It is clear that her hard work and remarkable talent have paid off.
This fairytale gown is a strapless sweetheart with an all over sequin design that will give you just the right amount of sparkle. The natural waist is accented by an elaborate beaded band. The dress has buttons over the back zipper for an elegant look. The tulle circular skirt and chapel length train are sure to make you feel like a princess on your special day!
This particular number, available in both ivory and white, is a hand-beaded and embroidered tulle formal bridal gown. It’s finely detailed floral accents provide a unique texture as it travels down to the chapel train lending it a touch of elegance. The sweetheart neckline and elongated bodice with circular skirt give it a stunning shape. Let us know what you think!
Superb quality materials are the starting point for this majestic line. Fabrics to be admired, such as Geneva satin, Rome organza and Vals taffeta are combined with the most exquisite elements: natural silk bows, floral gemstone embroidery and Paris gauze frills. It is a beautiful, pale salmon strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline that has a slight drop waist and a full a-line ruffled skirt.