Pearl-Inspired, Detailed Bridal Gowns From THEIA Spring 2018

See the figure-flattering dresses that show a bride's personality.

Pearl-Inspired, Detailed Bridal Gowns From THEIA Spring 2018

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“For Spring 2018, I was inspired by pearls,” reveals the designer of THEIA. The stone is meant to represent strength of spirit, integrity, and purity, making pearls the perfect muse for a collection of bridal gowns. Figure-hugging dresses make up the majority of the collection – for brides who want to showcase a subtle sexy side – though there are some A-line tulle skirts for those who prefer a softer look. 

Women who want to wear something that’s just a little bit nontraditional will enjoy the optional slips that allow brides to change from classic ivory to blush, cloud blue, or nude. Featured details on the gowns include flowing sleeves, off-the-shoulder Alençon lace, crystal garlands, head-beaded glass cherry blossoms, and naturally, pearls. “Tilda” is the showcase gown, with a V-neck and smoke gray crystals embroidered along with pearls throughout the sheath silhouette. 

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