It’s March and Spring is finally in the air! We’d like to breeze into the month by presenting a gorgeous dress from the Rosa Clara 2015!
For several years now, our designer Rosa Clara has noticed the then emerging trend of non traditional brides. Brides who no longer wanted voluminous ball gowns but sought out straight lines and smooth fabrics. As a result, a range of dresses with straight lines, sheer fabrics and key details can be found in the Rosa Clara collection.
Today we’re shining the spotlight on the svelte model, SAL from the 2015 Rosa Clará collection:
Made of georgette, a type of crêpe that we have introduced in many of our collections. It is a lightweight, semitransparent fabric, named in honor of the twentieth century French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante. This wrinkle-free fabric is a great choice for brides on their big day as it drapes well with a flowy appearance.
Long-sleeved wedding dresses are no longer exclusive to traditional celebrations and can make a serious style statement. Our model SAL is the perfect example. In addition, to its sophisticated and sleek silhouette, the beautiful bow in georgette, adds a feminine charm that highlights your waist.
The rear side of the gown is adorned with a delicate button loop closure—revealing a solid and simple bodice. And finally, the beautiful court length train is a perfect span for ease of movement.
This body skimming, column silhouette is sleek, sexy and elegant. It is ideal for petite and tall slim brides, as the long, narrow lines elongate the body’s frame. If you love the model SAL as much as we do, we invite you to make an appointment and see how you feel in it.
Found your dream wedding gown but still unsure of your hairstyle? Be very attentive to the blog because this month we have prepared a post to answer all your questions. But while awaiting the post of hairstyles, we leave you with the post “Trapeze Skirts” and “Bridal Accessories“. We are sure it will help you!