I’ve posted previously about Spanish wedding designers, there are plenty formidably good fashionistas from Spain and excellent creativity for their magnificent wedding dresses design. I’ve spent more time with more than 15 brides-to-be focusing on getting the right look and styles that will work on them and tapping in the versatility of Spanish wedding dresses.
‘Acuario’ silk tulle and silk organza gown with appliquéd lace, and silk tulle and lace jacket, in ivory.
‘Edurne’ organza gown, worn with long lace bridal coat, giving a look reminiscent of a modern contemporary bride.
Now what’s got me really excited is that I gave them the choice to go over with a classic wedding dress design and switch it completely to a different look like putting on a bolero or a lace cover up. (no intention to confuse your guests )
‘Oboe’ wedding dress by Rosa Clara collection 2011
‘Adelfa’ silk gazare gown and train with appliquéd rebrodé lace and beads.
Why not wear a bolero or jacket with your dress for your ceremony, then take it off in time for your wedding reception, to change things up a notch? Not only is it a great way to change your look, but it’s also a great option for those of you having either an autumn, solemnisation ceremony or a church wedding.
‘Efimero’ bead-embellished with 3/4 sleeves organza
I picked similar design from Aire Barcelona, ‘Bolzano’ with classy and chic lace bolero.
Slip on lace jacket & bolero that will go well with a simple elegant and clean at the base.
More ideas to change your look on your big day!
There are many reasons to adore Rosa Clara collection. I’ve always loved the simplicity of Rosa Clara and I must rectify these boleros are not 100% conservative or traditional, but very classy, chic and coquette. The designs, the cuts and lines are simple and clean at the base and perhaps in this context we can say that these wonderful wedding dresses feature a very nice and flattering mixture between the old and the elevated style.