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Lita Gown 5 5 6 6 Perfect This dress is amazing! I ordered it online (knowing I could return it) and could not believe how beautiful it was when it came in the mail. The best part is I didn't have to alter it at all!
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Hathaway #1360B patent pending New Style! The Hathaway features a shirred strapless bodice with a sweetheart neckline for a universally flattering look. The floor length skirt features a full A-line shape with layers of soft tulle. Skirt has convertible panels in the front and back that can create alternate necklines and skirt details. Dress comes complete with detachable flower pin for alternate looks.
The title describes it all. We love love love the brides that can bare it all – well at least most of their backs. What do you think about these backless/open/low back/ statement wedding gowns ? Are they too sexy for a wedding? Well, isn’t it her day – she should wear whatever makes her happy, right? And with these types of gowns, all eyes will definitely be on her!
Are you a lace-loving bride? Or are you looking for a wedding gown with a romantic twist on the traditional? Then these masterpieces are your dream come true. Romantic and feminine Lace Back Wedding Dresses are bursting at the seams with elegance and charm. They’re graceful...they're show-stopping... and they have a feeling of royalty that you can't resist. I'm specially loving those 80's inspired, long-sleeve pieces that remind me so much of my mom's wedding gown.
Allure 2410 : Keep it sweet and simple in this ultra-practical strapless sweetheart from Allure Bridals Romance 2410. Sleek satin forms a fitted bodice and natural waist, transitioning into a full-length A-line skirt and chapel train. A wide satin sash and brooch detailing at the waist, together with embroidered beadwork on the bodice that slopes into a daring low back, this gown's sweet chic details are sure to please. The final touch for the practical bride: this gown features invisible side pockets.
At One Fab Day we’re all about celebrating the fantastic Irish designers and craftspeople we are so lucky count among our clan, so we were super proud to spot some of the new BHLDN bridal collection (swooooon) were actually designed by a great Irish designer: Catherine Deane. Though born in Ireland, Catherine was raised in South Africa, based in London for many years and now lives in Hong Kong. This nomadic lifestyle has obviously influenced her design aesthetic and led to a fusion of African, Asian, European and of course Irish-Celtic.
One more view of a collection before I share my annual trends post on Monday. Another designer on my to-check list? Jenny Packham.