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Stunning new beaded sequin wedding dresses
If you’re planning your first wedding dress shopping trip then you’re in luck, as we have two dramatic new beaded sequin wedding dresses to reveal. River is a distinctive sheath-style dress, which combines catwalk chic with classic bridal elegance, while...
If you’re planning your first wedding dress shopping trip then you’re in luck, as we have two dramatic new beaded sequin wedding dresses to reveal. River is a distinctive sheath-style dress, which combines catwalk chic with classic bridal elegance, while Osiris is a stunningly beaded strapless gown that wouldn’t look out of place on the red carpet.
Part of our stylish Signature Collection, both of these fabulous beaded sequin wedding dresses also feature truly exquisite embellishment. Think shimmering beads, beautiful embroidered lace and enough breathtaking sparkle to ensure you really are the star of the show! Here’s your exclusive first look…
River is a dramatic sheath dress that combines a slinky crepe skirt with intricate embroidered lace to create a striking silhouette.
The pearl embellished bodice is truly a masterpiece and the embroidered lace and illusion panels are super sexy. Combined with the flattering cap sleeves the overall effect is sultry, seductive but not too revealing.
Pearls of wisdom
Look closely and you can see the exquisite detailing and the abundance of pretty pearls. We also love how the embroidered lace trails beautifully across the hips and down the top of the skirt.
Accessories to match
If you want to draw even more attention to the beautiful shaping at the waist, this design looks amazing with our sparkling Tiffany belt, which is covered in more gorgeous pearls. Then finish the look with our floral Aster slide, pinned delicately into a neat chignon.
The big reveal
And, if you thought all the wow factor was at the front, then you’d be mistaken! Turn around and you’ll reveal the stunning illusion back. There’s more of that distinctive embroidered lace and a row of sleek covered buttons that trail all the way to the floor.
This unique gown finishes with an oh-so fashionable train, made from smooth crepe to offset the intricacy of the lace. You don’t need an underskirt with this sleek skirt but pair it with our London veil to make a real statement. And, if you want more beaded sequin wedding dresses like this one, then try Phoenix and Atlas too, which are both sexy sheath styles with cap sleeves. Alternatively, Wren has a similar look and feel but with illusion sleeves.
Strike a pose
This gorgeous sheath design is so striking. Osiris is a tulle wedding dress that’s embellished from top to bottom with shimmering clear and ivory beads and the full effect is just breathtaking!
Sheath-styles are great for showing off your curves and the beautiful patterns of the beading on this design helps to accentuate that. It’s a look that’s flirty, feminine and totally contemporary.
The beading here is beautifully intricate. The craftsmanship that has gone into the hundreds of clear and ivory beading is just exceptional.
Create your unique look
The back, of course, features even more of that divine beading. It’s also cut attractively low, for a super sexy look. Complement the Art Deco feel of the beading with our stylish Deco comb then keep your veil sleek, simple and understated. Our Loulou veil, made from stylish tulle with subtle satin edging, is the perfect match.
Make a statement
If you didn’t think anything could outshine that exceptional beading, think again. The stunning ripples as the tulle skirt falls to the floor are equally breathtaking. Wear this with our 189 underskirt to make the skirt kick out subtly and to emphasise the bouncy horse hair hem. For similar beaded sequin wedding dresses take a look at Abigail too. Or, for a version with straps, try Cyrus or Hemsworth.
Click here to discover more beaded sequin wedding dresses or here to see the full Signature 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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