Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Gown in Focus - Rebecca

With a corseted bodice, the ‘Rebecca’ gown helps to create a perfectly placed bust that is both completely secure and looks absolutely fabulous.



The boning in ‘Rebecca’ works to cinch the waist, helping give a wonderful, womanly curve through the torso and highlight the definitive waistline.

An A-line skirt, showcased in the ‘Rebecca’ gown, gently skims over the hips, without hugging, which is great for girls trying to conceal this problem area, without drowning in a full skirt.

The asymmetrical draping seen here on the ‘Rebecca’ helps to draw the eye down, instead of straight across. This is important as it creates the illusion of a longer, leaner body.

The 100% silk contessa is the lightweight, crisp fabric of the ‘Rebecca’ gown and is a great option for brides who are looking for a low maintenance gown – it has enough structure to hold its shape, but is still soft allowing plenty of movement and mobility.

‘Rebecca’ is normally cut with a very slight train to give the gown that real special feel, however the train is easily concealed and upon request* can be cut without the train.

A strapless gown, such as ‘Rebecca’ can help to showcase beautifully soft shoulders and dellocatage, however for brides who want to steer away from strapless gowns, cap sleeves can be added* to the gown. Or for a gorgeous feminine look, opt for a one shoulder flower corsage such as the one below which we have available in our stores* and it will completely transform the overall look of the gown.

A gorgeous handmade silk shoulder corsage

The simple design of ‘Rebecca’ creates the perfect canvas for any bride to put her signature on the gown and make it her own. Ribbons, jewels, bows, beading, flowers – the options are endless… You can even go for a different colour*, like our real bride Fleur, who chose silver to create a modern show-stopping look.

  
* Extra costs may be associated with this work, please speak to our staff for more information.


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