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Your long evening dresses, It’s the foundation that we start at when we are designing your wedding. It helps us understand our brides style & personality, gives us an insight into the formality of the wedding and truly gets a gitty as we swoon over favorite Wedding Detail.
You may not want to wear white, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a classical aesthetic. For a look that’s both traditional and modern, consider opting for a wedding dress with cape veil. While the metallic hue will add an on-trend element to your wedding look, the long cut will keep things sophisticated and elegant.
The lace made from the finer fabrics are often softer and feel better against the skin. Designer unique wedding dresses typically use this type of lace for a more luxurious look and feel.
Many designers told us they’re seeing a decline in brides’ interest in ultra-revealing, barely-there “naked dresses”; they want something a little bit more covered-up across the board. That doesn’t mean you have to look like a nun. Sheer sleeves emerged as a growing trend this season. The look is still undeniably sexy, but you won’t feel overexposed in front of your grandparents.