Champagne watercolor tulle billows effortlessly around a gathered, fitted, and structured bodice with opal paillettes shimmering at the back while a pearlescent jeweled belt acentuates the waist. The soft tulle sleeves gently hug the arm effortlessly and are the perfect accent. Elizabeth Dye's Freya wedding gown is it for a fairy queen so we suggest adding a crown.
Stand out this wedding season by checking the traditional white wedding gown at the door. Your groom will swoon over this chiffon watercolor skirt from Sweet Caroline Styles. The Tennyson skirt is a classic silhouette with bold, fresh creative energy. Pair the skirt with one of her beautiful handmade tops, like the Stevi Bodysuit for a full, unforgettable look.
BHLDN's Woodsen Gown has everything you need for that magical, sparkly New Year's Eve wedding. We adore the elegant illusion back and V-neck bodice, which make it an easy-to-wear, comfortable silhouette. But let's be honest, it's the hand-sewn metallic beads and flouncey, tiered, chiffon skirt that make it the perfect NYE choice. Now, get ready to dance the night away!
Elizabeth Dye slays us again with her high-neck lace Hattie Gown featuring a dreamy deep-V back. The silhouette is fully lined in duchess satin with a sweep train. The regal lace is fit for a queen.
This Cleo and Clemtine showstopper starts with a soft, silky charmeause fabric slip covered with a polka dot net tulle. The boned, lingerie-inspired bodice is elegant and a little sexy with built-in cups for ease.
We're celebrating this Halloween with a little black magic from one of our favorite designers, Claire La Faye. Her lace, open back Anouk Bodice paired with the Wildhorses Skirt is what wild dreams are made of. The full layers of tulle paired with the intricate lace (and that deep V back to boot) are a match made in wedding dress heaven. We say ditch the white dresses this seasons and say yes to moody hues and dramatic fabrics!
Elizabeth Dye takes our breath away yet again with her Valhalla Gown. The magic is not in short-supply with the tiered tulle skirt and sweet shoulder straps atop a fitted bustier bodoce. The empire waistline evokesa viking feel,and given the name we're not surprised that we could picture Largertha wedding Ragnar in this very gown.
Alexandra Grecco is that designer who just "gets" you. She understands the modern bride in a way that is singular and unique. Her Etienne gown is a strapless, form-fitting design with elegant, off-the-shoulder ties. The silk crepe skims the body and leaves us semi-speechless.