If you’re sporty, tend to knock over everything and also love pink, how would you redefine your femininity as a bride?
Instead of what you already see in wedding gown collections or conforming to the norm (for e.g only feminine brides look good in a pink bridal gown), you should go for a bridal gown design that complements who you are.
As mentioned before, our latest wedding gown collection – Sheer Love, was created to help brides be comfortable with their femininity. Don’t confine yourself into the conventional ideas of what femininity means. Instead, define your femininity and include your identity in your eventual wedding dress!
Your personality plays a huge part to your femininity. Whether you’re bold and loud or shy and quiet, you’d want to find a wedding gown that is authentic to you. This way, you get the body confidence to strut down the aisle.
Last week, we shared some favourite details of the wedding gowns from our latest collection. Here, we show you three ways our latest wedding gown collection – Sheer Love is designed to help you redefine your femininity as a bride.
#1: Breaking silhouettes as a way to redefine your femininity as a bride
This champagne bridal gown marries the contradictions of nature – like the softness in clouds and waves, and the hardness in rocks and mountains. With its soft cascading outer layer and clean dark lines waving across, the champagne bridal gown reminds us of the very mystery in nature.
In this bridal gown design, you will be able to break traditional wedding gown silhouettes! Instead, you can walk down the aisle in a groundbreaking style that will leave a resounding memory amongst your wedding guests.
Going against the typical mermaid wedding dress, this wedding gown design adds a high slit that has a sheer fabric over it. This way, you will be able to enjoy a dimensional look.
This wedding gown captivates your guests with its radiating embroidered lines and asymmetrical beadwork – much like the branches and leaves in a forest. The thigh-high slit and sheer fabric then surprises them like how nature always does!
#2: Challenging colour norms as a way to redefine your femininity as a bride
On top of the white wedding gown, adorning coloured bridal gowns is what most Singaporean brides would have for the second march-in of their wedding banquet. This means one thing:
You need to go for a colour that is outstanding, beautiful yet pleasing to the eyes!
In this case, why not bring the night sky into ballroom with this midnight blue bridal gown? It captures the elusive yet mesmerising nature of the night with its cascading layers and glitter embellishments. Plus, the structure of the bridal gown magnifies the shimmering effect.
If you dare to, you can opt for unconventional colours, such as black bridal gown designs.
Challenge the dark image of a jet black evening gown with these two from our latest wedding gown collection – Sheer Love.
In the first one on the left, you will notice the gold floral prints that add softness and elegance to your bridal gown. In the other bridal gown design, the bejewelled floral trimmings and glitter spiral patterns across the bridal gown creates a touch of mystery. This is definitely suitable for brides who want to go for a darker yet alluring look!
#3: Transforming tradition as a way to redefine your femininity as a bride
No doubt that traditional patterns are beautiful, but sometimes brides want to have a modern touch.
So, imagine the traditional cheongsam – the red, tight-fitting dress with a straight A-line cut and oriental embroidery all over it. Now rethink that with more modern lace embroidery, a mermaid tulle bottom and an open back design.
In this bridal gown design, you get to stay connected to your oriental roots, while staying modern and true to your femininity. How wonderful does that sound!
Now that you know the 3 ways to help redefine your femininity, you can be on your way to discover a bridal gown design that embodies YOU! After all, this is your glorious moment to walk down the aisle. The last thing you would want is to wear a bridal gown design that doesn’t represent you!
Make an appointment with us here now if you want to know more about our bridal services!