How much we love getting prepared for our biggest day! Of course, this is the wedding, the day when your heart starts beating faster and your excitement is about to kill you. And the biggest task for looking like a real princess on your wedding is to find the best bridal gown. Luckily, Rosa Clara has unveiled its new bridal collection for all the brides-to-be, who are looking for sophistication, elegance and femininity. Packed full with a series of ethereal, sizzling gowns, the latest Rosa Clara Bridal collection 2013 has your dream dress for you to walk the aisle down looking breathtaking and drop-dead gorgeous.
Although, the designer at Rosa Clara states that the dresses are minimal, we are just enchanted by these magical creations! Simple, yet with lots of attitude! “We’re very minimal and different. What most concerns us is the quality of the material and then applying those materials to the current trends. For us, vintage is not one of those trends,” the Spanish designer said in an interview with Zankyou.
We are just so much impressed by this gazillion of lust-worthy gowns. And a question doesn’t stop teasing us: how long does it take to create such a complex collection? “We start a year beforehand. Once we finished the 2012 collection, we started with the following season. As for the fashion show, we’ve been working at full steam for the last 4 months,” Rosa Clara designer explained in the same interview with Zankyou.
The Rosa Clara Bridal collection 2013 is flooded with statement-making, fashion-forward and astounding designs with light voluminous skirts, as well as short and mermaid dresses, gauze and silk tulle pleated airy dresses, straight satin and silk satin dresses and floral blouses and coats. You are sure to fall in love with the ethereal, sophisticated allure of these pieces and even if you are already married, a strong desire will awaken in you to organize another wedding party to mark your long years of love and friendship with your one and only. Already tempted? You already know what to do!
Photos courtesy of Rosa Clara