Seven dresses for seven styles

23 May 2016

What is your personal style? Make sure it is reflected in your wedding dress with the help of Maisie May Bridal

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Your wedding dress should meet two essential criteria; it should make you feel special and it should undoubtedly reflect your personal style. Whatever the image you want to convey, there is a dress out there for everyone. Maisie May Bridal draws on their invaluable expertise to deliver seven dresses that offer seven different styles, befitting of many a bride.

1. Princess

For brides-to-be who want to feel like royalty on their big day, a fairytale dress will do just the trick. A frothy skirt, statement train and cinched waist – such as that of this ‘Geri’ design by Pure Bridal, are key features to making you feel a million dollars.



2. Glamour

Embellishment and bold features are a ‘must’ for any glamour puss. This ‘Deanna’ by Romantica of Devon dress presents ruffles, diamante embroidery and a billowing train, designed to turn heads from the front and the back.



3. Boho

Bohemian brides tend to opt for little fuss with a simplistic dress that they can accessorise. The 'Gracelyn' by Pure Bridal gown is available in an alternative pale pink, displaying sheer straps and frosted floral appliqué for a divine spring/summer design.



4. Contemporary

For the modern-day bride, a contemporary design can prove a real showstopper. Showcasing multiple features, the ‘Diana' dress by Romantica of Devon offers interest at every angle – from the high neckline to the hi-low hemline and the V-back to the diamante detailing.



5. Retro

Conversely, brides of a nostalgic disposition will delight in dresses that look flirty and fun. The voluminous skirt and lace neckline of this shorter-length number – ‘Shereen’ by Romantica of Devon – are a match made in heaven, while the backless nature exudes femininity.



6. Vintage

Embrace old school glamour with a dress that encapsulates the elegance of a bygone era. Feel like a movie starlet from the Hollywood golden age with this 1920s influenced design from Romantica of Devon. Named ‘Abigail’, the gown boasts exquisite beading on the back, coupled with silk buttons and cap sleeves. Teardrop crystal beads adorn the entire dress – from the bodice to the skirt - to create the vision of a truly beautiful bride.



7. Classic

If tradition and heritage is more your preference, opt for lots of lace. The subtle fishtail finish on the ‘Cerys’ dress by Romantica of Devon is all about the intricacies in the fabric, combining a scallop hemline and illusion back for an overall timeless look.



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