The same garment, different looks
Happy 2020 #lovewarrior! We want to start this year with a post that you have shouted at us: How to combine our wedding dresses. Fascinating suggestion because garments can be more versatile than we think. It’s all about imagination and personal style.
Designs created just for you
The dresses are handcrafted in our atelier located in Barcelona. So each of them implies a process full of magic. For this reason, with much love, and care for every detail, your choice culminates in a piece with an irreplaceable character. Perfect for a unique and different aesthetic to match your personality.
What is more versatile than pants?
And if it is for the day of yes I want, in addition, groundbreaking and with identity. With jacket, top or long sleeve shirt. Combine the top to get a different outfit every.
Two dresses in one
One of the favorite options is the choice of a dress and an overdress. The combination of both allows to wear two totally different dresses the same day. For the ceremony and the dance, or for the moment you choose. With a lingerie dress, top and pants or a long-sleeved dress, the options are quite a lot.
Add a jacket
Do you get married during the cold months? There is no better alternative. Whatever your dress or suit, incorporating a jacket, jacket or jersey will unleash your look. Being this garment, apart from functional, aesthetic. In addition, you could wear this cozy design in your ordinary day. Do not stay in the closet.
A multipurpose top
With a skirt, with pants, on a simple dress … Surprise all the attendees of your wedding when the top disappears and the dress you wear below shines. Or simply combine the top with the bottom you like best, because, after all, the decision is yours. Make it unique.
Accessories will be your best partner in crime
How many times we have fallen in love with a good complement … Because as they say, every last detail counts. And the same dress adorned with different accessories may seem totally different. Here the magic and personal style of each one to create an unrepeatable look Is there anything more fun?