Venise lace appliques adorn Point d’espirit, taking the shape of a fit and flare gown with a deep V-neckline in both the front and the back. Midnight stuns standing alone, but can also be successfully worn with a petticoat for a touch of added volume to the skirt.
The show stopping nature is also developed by the illusion back with decorative lace appliques. Finishing touches are found in the buttons at the wrist and down the illusion back.
Varying scales of lace combine in a unique way across the strapless, fit and flare. The perfecting satin underlay simply reaches a chapel length, while Chantilly lace fans out in a semi-cathedral length addition. The option of a removable panel reveals an illusion back.
A smooth satin finish paired with tiered ruffles lends itself to a truly statuesque strapless gown
We took a simple lace sheath and added an illusion neckline and sleeves for an ethereal, floral look.
For the bride who wants a slimming Fit and Flare silhouette but still loves a skirt full of whimsy, there is Sage. Sage features plain tulle godets interspersed between swirling floral lace – a match made in Heaven. The gown’s low back reveals just a hint of a sheer illusion back, and delicate lace straps that blend perfectly from the back to the sweetheart neckline complete the look.
This modest lace bridal gown is an instant classic.
This modest wedding gown has delicate floral appliques cover the sheer sleeves and fall down the fit and flare skirt. The scoop neckline wraps around to the zipper and button closure.
Beautiful floral overlace covers the silhouette of this fit and flare gown. The sweetheart neckline accented with beading and back is finished with a corset closure.