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Elegant sophistication by Anna Sorrano
Traditional, contemporary and timeless. These words sum up the Anna Sorrano collection, which offers a truly contemporary take on classic bridal trends. Are you an Anna Sorrano bride? These are gowns for the traditional bride who wants her natural beauty...
Traditional, contemporary and timeless. These words sum up the Anna Sorrano collection, which offers a truly contemporary take on classic bridal trends.
Are you an Anna Sorrano bride?
These are gowns for the traditional bride who wants her natural beauty to shine through and her dress to enhance - but not overpower - her own innate style. She’s also a romantic who appreciates quality and design and wants unique details that will stand out but never date.
With sizes 6 to 26 available and prices up to £699* there’s a design for everyone in this exquisite collection of dresses. An emphasis is on luxurious fabrics with rich textures and tones, which are used to create flattering silhouettes, elegant necklines and dramatic trains.
Dresses also feature beautiful high-quality lace and appliqués while beading is kept to a minimum. Where it is used, beading is in subtle clear or ivory tones that highlight delicate straps or a stylish embellished neckline in a tasteful, understated way. The final look is always elegant, refined and unforgettable.
Discover the range
Our expert stylists have made a selection of their favourite new Anna Sorrano gowns below to give you a glimpse of this breathtaking collection and to help you find a dress that will truly stand the test of time…
Alice is the perfect example of the classic, romantic chic that the Anna Sorrano range is famous for. This slim A-line silhouette is pretty, feminine and quietly stunning.
Look closely and you’ll see the beautiful floral lace appliqués that cover the entire bodice before tumbling elegantly down the soft tulle skirt. Their careful placement is perfectly designed to enhance the waistline. The embroidered lace is also exquisitely detailed. You can also see here how the beading is simple and subtle and has been used to give a gentle shimmer without overpowering the look
Back to basics
At the back, the graceful V-neck and the stylish row of covered buttons give a softy romantic finish. The low back also offers the perfect amount of coverage.
How to wear it
Finally, the flowing tulle skirt and ethereal, floaty train are elegance itself. Wear this design with our 189 underskirt for just a little extra volume. This design looks fabulous with a little bit of sparkle at the waist, such as our Estella belt, while the simple chic of our Rococo veil works perfectly with the understated elegance of the dress.
Our Halle bolero is also the perfect accompaniment if you’d like a little more coverage for the ceremony. For similar sleeveless styles from the Anna Sorrano range take a look at Roberta and Seville. Or, if you’d prefer a classically romantic look with sleeves, with think you’ll love Pippa too.
Worthy of a princess
This is how Anna Sorrano does a princess gown. Bethanie is a truly timeless classic, with style, sophistication and a subtle fairytale feel without too much glitz!
Catch the light
The feminine sweetheart neckline and the beautiful bodice covered with lace appliqués are just to die for. Look closely and you’ll see the subtle clear sequins, which are perfectly placed to catch the light as you move around.
A fine fit
A lace-up back is beautiful and is designed to give comfortable support. It also pulls the dress in at the waist for the ideal fit, meaning you’re unlikely to need any alterations.
Create your look
Wear this design with our sumptuous 163 underskirt for the perfect princess swish as you walk. It also looks unforgettable with our shimmering Tiffany belt, our understated Langley veil and our elegant Deco comb. For a similar look and feel take a look at Constance, Larissa and Arizona too.
Click here to discover the entire 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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