Dress of the week: JUNO by Angel Rivera

Happy Friday Brides!!!

As promised, we are bringing you gowns from designer’s brand new collections!!

This week we are featuring the Juno dress from Angel Rivera’s 2014 Empire Collection.

 

Photo Courtesy of CLD Style House

“My inspiration this season was royalty of the past and present, naming each gown after a queen. In this collection, I combined soft and romantic fabrics with the dramatic detailing for which I have become known. It’s about a beautifully executed, elegant gown that evokes emotion in a bride. This is achieved in each gown and will definitely make every woman feel royal!” ~Angel Rivera, Designer

Photo Courtesy of CLD Style House

The Juno dress is a satin organza trumpet dress with a natural waistline.

Photo Courtesy of CLD Style House

This one shoulder gown showcases ruffled details that cross the bodice, extend into the one shoulder, and continue down the back into the chapel length train.

Photo Courtesy of CLD Style House

This gown is perfectly romantic and elegant and is available in Ivory and White.

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Xoxo, Megan

Dress of the Week: Talia by Sarah Jassir

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.

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Photo courtesy of Sarah Jassir

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Photo courtesy of Amy Rizzuto

Whether your wedding is on a yacht or the beach, this dress is perfect for your summer wedding!

Xoxo,

Sheri

Dress of the Week: Kimberly by Vera Wang

This week we chose a wedding dress that is far from traditional. Kimberly by Vera Wang is a bold red, floor length dress with several different textures. These gorgeous textures start at the neckline, with hand-cut Chantilly lace applique placed so that the edges of the lace sit against your skin like semi-transparent wisps of flower petals, or springtime leaf buds. The uninterrupted layers of organza have perfect fluidity as there are no seams between the skirt and bodice. There’s also a ruffled, cascading effect in the bottom of the skirt. An almost-obscured, big, abstract flower floats in the base of the skirt – just a little burst of pleated tulle and eyelash tissue organza that is so lighthearted and joyous. On the back of the gown there is a beautiful, voluminous train that is tacked and bustled, with floating pieces of lace appliqué inserted into the organza layers that pop. This gown is the definition of controlled chaos.


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Photos courtesy of Vera Wang

Let us know what you think!

Xoxo,

Sheri

Dress of the Week: Oscar de la Renta

When a planning a wedding, one of the most personal & exciting elements a bride considers is her dress. The CUE girls are here to help with some dresses we love to offer you some inspiration!

This is our pick for Dress of the Week.

This dress was designed by Oscar de la Renta himself. From his Spring 2011 collection, this beauty is a one-of-a-kind stunner wrapped in a sheath of lace that radiates elegance and grace. A unique detail that caught our attention is the train. For years now trains have been left entirely to personal preference and are not at all de rigeur. For those of you who are on the fence, Oscar de la Renta cleverly modernizes the train by adding a pop of color, fashioning it from a contrasting material and “attaching” it as a bow to the back of the dress.

Follow our new Dress of the Week series for our featured gowns including picks for the bride or her bridesmaids. We’d love to hear your thoughts as well as recommendations for gorgeous gowns that have caught your eye.

Happy searching!