Aug 20, 2019
Real Bride Stories
From the slim feminine fit, to the sultry energy… there are so many things to love about a sheath silhouette. Tempting for any gown, but especially on a wedding dress, we’ll never say no to a look this good! Whether you go minimal, or go full on frills, it’s a look that you definitely won’t go wrong with!
Laura, Style 8285
A delicate corset back and embroidered appliqués on lush ivory and rose net, create the most romantic design. Spaghetti straps and a deep v-neck add to the allure of this sophisticated style.
Katriane, Style 6887
Next up, a boho beauty made of Guipure lace. The French pattern gives plenty of texture and dimension to the soft look of the gown. A whimsical take on a sleek sheath.
Karlotta, Style 6883
What’s not to love about a dress made of delicate crepe and sparkles! The contrast between the simply smooth bodice of the gown and the decorative glittering details makes for a gorgeous combination. Crystal moonstone beading glistens on thin straps and airy flutter sleeves.
Pura, Style 2032
Chantilly lace, frosted embroidered appliqués, and a long sheer train come together to create this off-the-shoulder long sleeve number. A deep peek-a-boo neckline and a cascade of elegant covered buttons down the back seal the deal for us!
Raja, Style 1732
Sparkles are here, there, and everywhere on this beaded and embroidered gown. The net over Chantilly lace and scalloped hemline, along with thick sheer straps and a plunging neckline, have turned this creation into an all around winner.