In recent years, we’ve seen brides begin to take chances with their bridal gowns, stepping away from the traditional and moving towards options that authentically suit their personal tastes. Designers are now showing an amazing range of styles: bridal separates, more color than ever before, and everything from dramatic embroidery and laser cut appliqués, to the most ethereal, flowing shapes. For all brides who are searching for a wedding dress that reflects your simple, tasteful aesthetic with a vintage-inspired sense of design, we’re excited to introduce the spring collection from Tomomi Okubo.
The spring/summer collection features distinctly romantic designs, bringing a feminine focus to bridal attire. You’ll find fluttering dresses with a delicate flow and open backs, and sweet details that create a nostalgic touch. Several of our favorites showcase thick floral embroidery on tulle over lace, creating a unique pop-up effect that is truly stunning on a deep-V neckline and bodice.
The NYC-based designer has worked in asymmetrical lace motifs, hemlines, and cap sleeves to lend several styles an organic look. New this year, separates with hidden knee-length skirts add more options for brides planning outdoor or casual weddings, or simply wanting to make a different statement.
Next week, Tomomi Okubo will be celebrating the opening of their showroom in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Be sure to visit their instagram for the announcement, and make your appointment to view it in person!
Selecting your wedding color palette is one of the most important aesthetic decisions that you'll make for your wedding. Your chosen hues should work well with the venue while also fitting with your personal style. It's no surprise that our hearts always fall for a pastel palette!