Winter feels like the longest season of the year, especially when I crave vitamin D and dream of warm and sunny days. And this styled shoot from Allure Bridals is just what the doctor ordered — sunshine aplenty, ocean breeze and that golden light that makes a California road trip practically a once-a-year pilgrimage.
Allure Women collection is filled to the brim with all of our wedding gown favorites: lace and English net over a nude slip, voluminous layers of tulle, blush pink skirts, illusion necklines, and embroidered details to leave us pinning for days.
The wedding gown style shown above is Style 9452, this sheath gown takes on a more structured approach for a slip dress. The lace overlay is edged in crystal beading which makes the thin spaghetti straps all the more special.
The bridesmaids are wearing Style 1567, an off-shoulder chiffon gown that is ruched along the bodice with a flowy skirt that gives movement to your bridal party photos.
A modern and sleek twist on the classic strapless gown, Style 9416 has a smooth satin finish that molds the bodice in a flattering style. The tiered ruffles give a touch of softness to this timeless sexy gown.
The feminine bridesmaid dress styles above pair really well with wedding gown Style W397, which is a fresh and more casual take on the ballgown with tiered lace and sheer panels with thin delicate straps.
Jersey bridesmaid dresses are another favorite of ours, especially the convertible dress style that you can change how you wear it. Style 1566 is just that — a quality stretch jersey that is easy to wrap or crossover so that you can change up your bridesmaid line with a fun, mix and match look.
The model above is wearing Style W405, which is a modern romantic ballgown with an illusion neckline and lace appliques throughout.
Long live the halter dress! Style 1570 is a timeless halter featuring a teardrop opening and chiffon skirt.
Allure Bridesmaids dresses were designed for mix and matching, with flowy floor-length skirts, maxi dress necklines that any bridesmaid would want to wear, and a color palette that is on-trend with just the right amount of hue variation to coordinate any bridal squad.
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