July 24th, 2013 by juliette
The Temperley Bridal Titania 2013 Collection contains a wide variety of fantasy dresses in silhouettes that celebrate the female form, resulting in a collection of dresses memories are made in. Each piece conveys an elegance and sophistication, with timeless, feminine and ethereal nature. Above, the Fern is a draped satin dress with crystal embellished strap and waist detail.
The Dorothy dress features lace and crystal appliqué onto a silk satin gown, with a low draped back and flowing train.
The Lavender is a full skirted structured silk dress with a train and pleated bust detail. The straps and waistband are embellished with crystal and hand folded fabric flowers.
The Japonica silk organza wedding dress features a full skirt with a tulle bodice of delicate fabric cut flowers and Swarovski crystals.
The Crystal Mirage is a strapless, Empire line, draped silk georgette gown with delicate stitch and tapework embroidery embellished with crystals and bugle beads.
October 13th, 2012 by juliette
The new Temperley bridal collection oozes British elegance. We love the Jane Austen era inspired dress above. As usual Temperley masters 20′s and 30′s silhouettes with modern details, such as our highlights below.
May 11th, 2012 by juliette
The Bella wedding dress from Twilight launched a trend that will take over most of 2013 wedding looks; illusion backs. They were all over the latest New York bridal week runways. The finest nets, exclusive laces or intricate embroideries made each piece very unique. Keep in mind lots of people will look at your back on your wedding day and jump on this gorgeous trend.
We love the two tone and 2 versatile looks of this dress.
The exquisite French lace makes this mini very classy.
Here is a very sexy look. With nude make up and a classic updo, this dress looks fantastic.
The bateau neckline and short sleeves are very feminine.
Sweet and fresh Chantilly lace overlay. We love the mini gathered sleeves.
The lace on this dress is very unique.
Ivy and Aster
A true illusion back with refined netting re-embroidered with lace.
Inspired by filigree iron work, this dress is one of a kind and very Art Deco.
3-D guipure lace adds a very Couture touch to this dress.
This embroidery reminds us of summer wheat.
Another sexy stretchy number. We love the high neck.
A very regal dress. No wonder it’s coming from England!
May 10th, 2012 by juliette
There is a fine line between sexy and raunchy. These 8 dresses include very low backs yet still manage to be classy and elegant. Like with make up, don’t play up both your eyes and lips. When going with a low back, keep your neckline high.
Sweet in the front, sexy in the back.
A very modern take on all over lace.
This dress is very unique with an armor like neckline, very couture.
Very chic embroidered dress with beautiful V-back..
Ines di Santo
Tie me up, tie me down! You will have lots of fun trying different looks with this dress.
This dress was found in an Egyptian tomb. Just kidding, it’s gorgeous.
You would never guess looking at the front of this dress that it’s so sexy in the back. Surprise!
This dress is perfect to enhance athletic shoulders.
May 10th, 2012 by juliette
Some people like frothy Chantilly, others their lace with some texture. Here are 7 dresses with re-embroidered or corded lace that caught our eye this April.
We like guipure lace because it’s a little wild and unruly.
Alencon lace is very sophisticated and adds body to this column dress.
This dress looks very retro and fun.
Monique Lhuillier = Perfection (sigh!)
Off the shoulder, nude lining and tulle pleats for a very romantic dress.
Sooo sophisticated and elegant. We love the tiny bow and belt.
Mermaids are still a hot trend, lace makes it even more exciting.
April 14th, 2012 by juliette
Alice Temperley’s new Ophelia Collection encompasses her Bohemian Chic, 20’s inspired style. Beautiful elongated silhouettes and ethereal fabrics. Some of the fuller tulle dresses are very romantic and fresh yet our favorites are her signature slim styles. We are also major fans of all the vintage deco details. You can wear those dresses barefoot in the grass with long wavy hair for a barn wedding or with a 20’s structured bob in the city. The retail collection starts around $4,000 and the exclusive couture line around $15,000.
Photos by Mireya Acierto