I love talking about brides but I never make them protagonists of my posts, because I do not pretend that this is a blog for brides. But there is always an exception that proves the rule.
Last year, a Peiró girl married with a dress she designed closely with Merche Segarra. It took four visits to the factory and many parades on the particular catwalk of the house, to have the result that best defined her: a dress inspired by Botticelli ‘s Spring, with a romantic and hippie soul, with ratings of unconventional colors.
A dress with bathing suit neckline, whose body made of fine silk chantilly and rebrodé, was adorned with silk petals in pale pink, bougainvillea, faint vanilla, soft blue and water turquoise. All of them were arranged asymmetrically distributed and hand sewn with spin on the chantilly. The unstructured skirt attracted attention for its 40 meters of silk tulle withered hand, arranged as handkerchiefs. Voilà!