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Brand new wedding gown designs…
We love it when new wedding gown designs arrive in store. So we’re super excited to show you the latest additions to the elegant Anna Sorrano collection. Timeless, refined and truly unforgettable, the Anna Sorrano collection showcases new wedding gown...
We love it when new wedding gown designs arrive in store. So we’re super excited to show you the latest additions to the elegant Anna Sorrano collection.
Timeless, refined and truly unforgettable, the Anna Sorrano collection showcases new wedding gown designs that are a beautifully contemporary take on classic bridal trends. And, like the rest of this sophisticated collection, the two new dresses below are designed to let your natural beauty shine through with clever design accentuated by high quality lace and understated beading.
Meet the new arrivals…
So, if you’re just starting your search for new wedding gown designs, then you’re in luck! Aviana is an oh-so romantic ballgown with beautiful lace embellishment while Venice is an elegant fishtail with gorgeous illusion lace sleeves. Read on to be the first to discover these gorgeous gowns…
Aviana is a traditional, vintage-style ball gown with a stunning corded lace bodice and full tulle skirt. It’s that classic, fairytale silhouette that looks fabulous on all body shapes!
The bodice is a perfect example of the Anna Sorano collection’s understated sophistication. It features an on-trend plunging neckline but this is beautifully offset by delicate lace illusion panels and those pretty cap sleeves, which offer plenty of coverage.
The perfect fit
At the back there’s more beautiful lace, which frames the shoulder blades like a dream. The luxurious ribbon lacing looks amazing too and also helps to ensure the bodice is the perfect fit.
Simple but effective
The stylish simplicity of this design means you can accessories it in an infinite number of ways. As much or as little as you want! Here we’ve added our lace Halle bolero and our Maisie veil to create an elegant daytime look. The finishing touch is our sparkling Sapphire belt at the waist.
You can also double up on your underskirts to give that magnificent tulle skirt plenty of oomph. Here we’ve used both our 153 and 163 underskirts for maximum volume and lift. Did you know that the horsehair trim on the bottom of the skirt also helps to give it extra bounce? If you like this style we think you’ll also love Kendra and Mallory. Alternatively, try Kimberley if you’d prefer a strapless style.
A curve-flattering design
A fabulous fishtail silhouette is super flattering for the curves and our brand new Venice dress is no exception. We just adore the combination of different laces that have been used here!
On trend but timeless
The exquisite bodice has all the hall marks of the Anna Sorrano collection. Catwalk-inspired features, such as the illusion lace sleeves and the plunging neckline, are understated and subtle rather than overpowering, and the bodice also offers plenty of pretty coverage.
Back to basics
The illusion back is absolutely exquisite. There’s also an attractive row of covered buttons, which complement the buttons on the sleeves and create a pretty focal point. Wear this with a neat bun, accessorised with our Deco comb, so all the back detail is on display as you walk down the aisle.
And now for our favourite bit, adding some extras! Head to your nearest store and our expert staff will be able to help you find your unique look from our range of fabulous accessories. Here we’ve paired this dress with our Rococo veil and our Nova belt for a truly timeless look.
Give it some lift
The final finishing touch is to give that fishtail silhouette just a little more va va voom and our 190 underskirt does the job perfectly. For more new wedding gown designs like this one make sure you check out Paris, Samantha and Seville too.
Click here for more fabulous new wedding gown designs or here to discover the full Anna Sorrano collection. Try on your favourites at your nearest WED2B store or for more inspiration head over to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter
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