Good morning to all!

On Monday we featured all of our Rosa Clará bloggers and influencers in Cavas Codorniu. On Tuesday we shared the real wedding of a lovely couple, you can see HERE you will love it! And today we’re discussing the Delfos model from the 2016 Rosa Clara collection. A Rosa Clará favorite that we’re sure you’ll love!

This dress has a pattern so versatile that we can tailor it in various fabrics:
The above picture displays it in Mikado. A smooth finish that makes it an especially elegant choice for a cool weather wedding.
Brocade is a lustrous jacquard-woven fabric with raised designs. The traditionally fall/winter fabric gives this gown much poise. Each fabric works with the gown to tell a complete story!
Ottoman is a finely textured silk fabric with pronounced ribbed effect. It is an original fabric and adds flattering substance to this princess gown. Many brides love it!


What about that back! Luminous beadwork delicately highlight the square illusion back that is finished with a breathtaking embroidered belt. It is modern, elegant and sophisticated. Perfect for the contemporary bride seeking a high quality gown with traditional touches.

If you look at the armhole it is square! Our designer always looks for ways to add innovative touches to classical pieces.

Did you like the Delfos model? More than often, a bride’s dream gown is nothing like the one she envisioned.  Which is why we recommend making an appointment at your nearest store to find the perfect dress.

You can make an appointment HERE.

If you want to see more dresses you can click HERE.


View More:
Jay & Megan and their traditional American wedding
13 December 2015
The glamorous wedding of Remedios and Joaquín
The glamorous wedding of Remedios and Joaquín
01 December 2015
La Champanera se viste con un original vestido Rosa Clará
La Champanera in an original Rosa Clará gown
17 November 2015
Duero model, one of the most original gowns of the Rosa Clará 2016 collection,
18 October 2015
Making of Rosa Clará Two, how we made the catalogue
03 October 2015

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