Searching for your bridal and bridesmaid gowns? Today we’re thrilled to share with all of you brides-to-be our favorite pieces from the new collections from Jenny Yoo , the brand new bridal collection “Jenny by Jenny Yoo” and the 2017 Bridesmaid Collection! Showcasing effortless silhouettes, whimsical detailing, and beautiful floral prints, these collections are filled with gorgeous options for you and your best friends.
Launched in 2017, the Jenny by Jenny Yoo collection introduces refined, timeless wedding gowns for a modern bride, all with an effortless feel. Flattering shapes and comfortable fabrics (lace, chiffon, tulle) will allow you to feel incredibly beautiful at the same time as feeling like yourself!
Designer Jenny tells us, “Wedding trends continue to evolve every year and with each year I try to create a collection that is on-trend and modern yet still maintains classic and timeless elements. This year’s collection was inspired by multi-colored florals, varied textures, patterns and colors that would allow brides to easily mix and match within the bridal party. For bridal, I am so excited to introduce a new line “Jenny by Jenny Yoo.” This collection is youthful, effortless, fresh with whimsical details. My personal favorite is the Isla gown which features a beaded/sequinned embroidered lace over sheer illusion tulle bodice and frothy layers of tulle over a slim sequinned skirt creating a gown rich with texture and sparkle.”
Perfect for spring and summer weddings, the 2017 Bridesmaid Collection offers a sweet selection of floral patterns, embroidered floral prints and soft ruffles in a variety of rich jewel tones and pastels. Beautiful separates makes it easy to mix and match within a similar color palette, while flowing silhouettes ensure your bridesmaids will be comfortable and feeling confident.
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