With Valentine’s Day out the way, we couldn’t wait to put some fresh dresses in the window. It’s not quite spring yet so instead of doing our seasonal window a little too early we thought for the next couple of weeks we’d keep things chic and simple.
Our wonderful team Ali and Louise, spent hours making fabulous pink pompoms and little origami birds to complement the dresses of a few of our favourite designers.
Our left window features the fabulous ‘Lyla’ gown by Caroline Castigliano. The cut and structure of this gown is timeless and elegant. The ‘V’ front and back neckline is really flattering, and we love the sweet bow belt that is used to finish off this gown. Next to the Lyla gown, we feature another simple yet structured gown by Suzanne Neville called ‘Belle’. We adore the high neckline and we love how the simple panels of fabric create the detailing of this dress. Despite the modern simplicity of this gown it has a really relaxed feel to it allowing it to be dressed up or down.
Our second window features two gowns by one of our favourite designers- David Fielden. These two dresses are very different in style but both accentuate the female body. The gown on the left is made from silk cut on the bias, not only does this give the gown a lovely shape on the body but also means that there is incredible movement when a bride moves. This dress, which we have named ‘Lissie’ also has a beautiful lace panel at the back and the ‘open back’ detailing is a very popular choice with brides this wedding season. The gown on the right called Monaco, is a more traditionally shaped gown however it comes with a really fun layered tulle skirt and a fitted satin bodice to accentuate a brides waist.
And here are a few behind the scenes of our windows…