Anthropologies Bridal Line—BHLDN(III)
Walking the line between traditional and modern almost perfectly, Essere reinterprets all of the usual elements. French lace picks up where finely pleated cups leave off—scooping just below the collar bone, up and over the shoulders, and alongside a line of shank buttons down the back before finally stopping at the sash (just as beautiful bow-tied as it is left to hang loose) and double lined silk skirt with mini train. Built-in bust cups add extra support.
A garden of handmade and hand-appliquéd chiffon, tulle, and organza blossoms nestled together over Quilaree’s figure-skimming masterpiece gives way to a split hem, so that your beloved shoes can share the spotlight. Embroidered cap sleeves float over your shoulders, seamlessly slipping into a bow-tied keyhole back above just a hint of a train. Interior corset, bust cups, and boning for support.
A gust of ruched silk wraps over and around There Is Only You & Me’s flattering bodice, kicking up a surge of feather-trimmed gingko leaves in its wake. A horsehair band at the bottom hem ensures its shape and defines a slight train, as well. Interior stretch net corset, bust cups, and boning for support.
A pouf of sheer netting under a hand-pleated sweetheart bodice hosts a party-ready crowd of tiny, white swiss dots. We think Sarah Seven’s playful, raw-hemmed twirler is just perfect as a reception dress, or as the one-and-only for light-hearted ladies. Interior stretch net corset and bust cups for support.