For our final Bridal look of the week, we’re featuring the “Florence” wedding dress from one of our favorites, Temperly London. Thanks again to Camille, Bryce, Heidi, and Amy for all of these stunning features.
From Camille at The Dress Theory:
We are lucky to be surrounded by gorgeous gowns in our boutiques every day, but Temperly London’s “Florence” is a stand out. We love Florence for her luxe long sleeves and intricate lace. The eyelash edging adds to the timeless appeal, and the striking slim mermaid shape and fashion forward long sleeves make the dress quintessentially Temperley. We also adore this dress for its combination of soft romance and strong style.
Bryce captured this balance and translated the beauty and power of this gown, flawlessly.
To compliment such a statement-making dress, we chose a classic cut-edge veil by Sara Gabriel, fresh makeup, and a romantic, soft up do. We envisioned delicate and dreamy styling to keep the focus on the beautiful bride and this exquisite gown. Amy and Heidi realized this vision and took it to the next level with their expertise.
Alice Temperley designs her gowns “with the aesthetic she believes in; elegant, feminine, ethereal, and timeless.” We think Florence perfectly embodies this aesthetic. This dress and other styles from Temperley London’s latest collection will be available in select boutiques, including The Dress Theory, starting this month. We cannot wait to see our brides in Seattle and Nashville try on this unforgettable wedding dress!
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