17 Feb

Wedding Dress Wednesday :: Cotton

This week’s collection of fanciful frocks share a common material. Cotton. Natural, pure, and comfortable cotton. Cotton is often seen as a casual fabric, but with with the right cut and embellishments it can be a dress fit for a queen. As the saying goes, cotton is the fabric of our lives. Why not wear it on one of the biggest days of your life?

cotton wedding dresses

Eye for an Eye: Secretive structure provides support without being restrictive. Strapless cotton eyelet dress paired with an empire silhouette, the empire bustline is highlighted with trim under the bust. {Aria; $225}

The Cotton Belt: French Alencon cotton lace adorns the hem of the dress.  The fold-over bodice plays nicely into an empire silhouette. English Cotton Tulle floats over the silk chiffon and flows freely from the bustline. {Cotton Bride; $3000+}

Sweet Tea: Cotton lace shows off the bride’s legs and sense of style. Silk shantung sash is available in a variety of colors to help coordinate with a specific color scheme. A soft sweetheart neckline is fitting for an angelic, yet sassy bride {Siri; $225}

Call a Halt: Evocative of warm summers past, this sundress like silhouette is darn sweet. Silk Cotton faille has a natural ribbed texture for sensory appeal. Don’t forget about the pockets!{Vineyard; $2400}

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