Vera Wang - Wedding Gowns with Equisite Hand Beading

Vera Wang - her name is synonymous with weddings. There is no other designer who is as substantive and highly regarded as a bridal expert. Her ready to wear gowns are a mainstay on the red carpet and she is the go-to wedding designer for the stars. Polished and elegant, she offers a look for every style of bride. Bohemian, urban, sophisticated, sweet, each personality is clearly represented within her vast collection.

Raised in New York City and schooled in Paris, Wang’s luxurious sensibilities were formed early on. Having been frustrated with traditional gowns featured in the bridal market when planning her own wedding, Wang seized the opportunity to fill a niche and started her own line in 1990. Her first bridal salon was housed in the exquisite Carlyle Hotel on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, a fitting locale for her sumptuous creations. Owing to her impeccable detailing and fresh approach, she quickly developed a huge fan base.

Using Parisian couture as a guideline, Vera Wang gowns feature rich fabrics and exquisite hand beading. She gracefully blends soft traditional elements with a fresh, youthful approach. Her unique style manages to forgo harsh, modern constructions as well as overly cloying designs. A bride will find everything from bows, cascading tulle, and empress poufs to atypical color accents such as taupe in her gowns. Her silhouettes range from airy empire gowns to decadent ballgowns, all in a signature style. Sexy trumpet and mermaid styles are equally as sophisticated as romantic ballgowns.

Looking at her collection, one will find elegant gowns with clean lines constructed from the highest quality fabrics. Her use of flowing organza, luscious mikado silk, and rich satin is stunning. There is a level of glamour that comes with these gowns–instantly recognizable, never replicated. Simply Vera, simply the best.

a look at Vera Wang wedding gowns


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