For Brides With Boho Vibes
November 14, 2018
Bohemian wedding trends are everywhere – from decor to food to jewelry, but we love seeing the new boho styles that pop up in our designers’ collections every year. Certain design features have become staples in the boho trend, including unique lace, minimal beading, and beautiful flowy, sheath fits that accentuate curves. Whether you’re looking for a sexy, low backed number or a sweet illusion neckline, there are so many ways to infuse your laid back style with your wedding dress. Here are some of our favorites!
Maggie Sottero’s Bexley is the epitome is bohemian. We are absolutely in love with this delicate, unique lace laid out perfectly to compliment any body. The fabric buttons up the back, the mandala-like lace, the chevron laying pattern are all purposely thought out to accentuate a bride’s body. Combined with simple straps and a simple v neckline, this fitted dress is the epitome of effortless and chic. PS – this gown is currently on clearance!
Essense of Australia’s D2607 is perfect for the spring or fall bride who wants an airy, ethereal feel to her gown. Featuring both a supportive and gorgeously designed banded waist, a keyhole back, and trickling lace appliques down into through the skirt, this dress is begging to be played with in the wind. The front features a plunging v neck and the skirt also features linear lace patterns. Pearl buttons button the keyhole back for an extra detail of luxury!
Morilee by Madeline Garner’s Pia gown is a bohemian stunner just waiting for the right diva to come along. Featuring a high neckline that flows into a gorgeous open back. The detailed and unique lace patterning is throughout the bodice and train, ending with a wide scalloped hemline. This dress is meant to hug the hips, flaring out at the thigh to show off the perfect silhouette on your wedding day.
Chic Nostalgia’s Tempest is one of the ultimate bohemian gowns. This art deco inspired dress is definitely for the bride who wants something far away from the traditional lace of a wedding day. Sparkling sequins are throughout the dress while hand detailed beading is throughout the bodice and waist. An illusion neckline adds subtle strength to the dress’s integrity, especially as the dress opens into that dramatic, open v. Combined with a soft jersey underlay that’s begging you to dance all night, this dress is perfect for sparkling the night away.
Rebecca Ingram’s Cathy dress is perfect for the laid back bride. While this dress is perfect for any occasion or wedding type, we absolutely love seeing Cathy in more relaxed atmospheres, like backyard DIY weddings or rustic barns. The tulle skirt creates a lightweight and comfortable fit, making it perfect to dance the night away in. The illusion off the shoulder neckline and sweet three quarter sleeves are perfect for a sweet, romantic vibe!
Kenneth Winston’s 1804 is a simple, beautiful a-line silhouette that features a stretchy liner and cotton lace. Hand beading throughout the bodice and a sheer back create a sweet and whimsical look. The fabric buttons all the way up the bodice trickle down into the tulle skirt, giving a beautiful, long line of sight down the back of the dress. The pearl and crystal beading makes it perfect to match all jewelry. We love the combination of floral and geometric lace to make a truly unique dress.
These are only a few of the bohemian dresses we have to try on. If boho is your type of vibe, we’ve got you covered! Make an appointment today to find your perfect dress.