Bride Style 2019: Simple and Sophisticated
Who can deny it? Clean and simple lines with exquisite tailoring has clearly made a top entry in to the bride style stakes for 2019. The impact of a Meghan’s wedding dress choice, admired by millions, has definitely hit the design studios up and down the country. Quality fabrics and elegant, sleek designs combine to make a statement piece be it sheath or ballgown, sleeves or bardot. Exceptional tailoring is essential and the fabrics are often relatively heavy and structural with Duchess Satins, Mikado silks and, of course, brocades a lá Princess Eugenie. As with the Royal Duchess and Princess, the look is finished with some glittering accessories: time to dust off one’s tiara!
With some exciting new additions to our extensive collection of bridal fabrics, we can help you emulate this simple yet stylish and sophisticated look. Firstly, something new, a gorgeous new Mikado in ivory. Structural and sleek, this new fabric is price savvy polyester but looks a million dollars draped!
Secondly, something old. Just like Princess Eugenie we love silk brocades. We've been weaving since 1932 and have a wonderful collection of silk brocades for bridal delight made in Lancashire, UK. Check out silk brocade Paisley and Chrysanthemumand order a free sample today to feel the silky quality and handle of these sumptuous fabrics.
Trust in our quality for your quantities. We've just introduced a delightful new soft satin called Trust. It has a light, silky feeling yet is a poly based fabric. Well priced, this ivory bridal fabric delight really needs to be touched to be believed. Pop a sample in your basket.
Finally, a favourite heavy Duchess Satin called Contessa has got to be given credibility. It's another something old and has been serving brides up and down the country for many years. With a lovely sheen and structural credentials it is a must have.
For all your Bridal Fabrics requirements get in touch with our friendly and efficient team - we're here to help. E-mail email@example.com