Bridal Fall 2014: Marchesa

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I love lace on wedding dresses (Okay, I might also love lace on everything else. Ha!). Lace makes a wedding dress look more romantic and feminine, and whether we admit it or not, majority of brides aim to achieve an ethereal look on her wedding day, a look that radiates a sweet, romantic glow — and lace can actually lend that aura. Lace also lends the wedding dress a sense of timelessness, and makes it an instant classic piece if done right (think Grace Kelly’s wedding gown).

Inspired by The Secret Garden, each piece in the Marchesa Fall 2014 collection has everything a dreamy wedding dress is made of – feminine silhouettes, light and airy fabrics, handmade floral appliques and embroideries, and my most favorite bit common among this set, the lace capelets and sheer sleeves.

Ever since British born Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig established Marchesa in 2004, this fashion empire has made its mark by creating exquisitely detailed, romantic wedding dresses that make each and every bride’s dream of wearing a wedding dress that will emanate a soft, radiant glow come true.

This enchanting number below and my best pick, has stolen my heart in an instant. Delicate, romantic, feminine and simple. Would you agree if I say it’s perfect?

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Take a look at the rest of this swoon-worthy collection!

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Wedding gowns by Marchesa | Photo source: The Knot

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