These dresses from Cailyn Lea have many flavors, and we have shared some favorites over the last few months. Here are a few more, and THEY. ARE. SPECTACULAR!
Maeve might as well be French for "romantic." The lace bodice (the lace period), off the shoulder sleeves, the low back, ... it is old-world elegance and charm for the bride who wants to be transported. Your guests will gasp.
We love this gown because of the mix of sheer elements and lace. Some gowns are head-to-toe lace and they're incredible. This one pulls back a bit and lets the drape of sheer fabric and well-placed lace elements tell the story. It's from a fantasy, and with the covered buttons and sleeve overlay, it is romantic. The Magnolia is not for the bride that wants ultra modern, but for the girl who seeks something akin to historical elegance.
There is plenty of lace on the Megara, which also has covered buttons down the bodice and skirt, loads of elegant and straps that slips off the shoulder.
The Mirabel is about the details, and they are lovely. The bodice and skirt are separated with two small fabric strips that are just delicate enough to make a point; the lace sleeves are demure and remind you of the traditional gowns worn by the Grace Kellys of the world. The flowy skirt is made of layers of tulle. And the result is stunning.
As you look for a gown that sparks imagination, take note of these and then come see us at Bridal Traditions. Trying on a gown makes all the difference.