Sophia Tolli 2019 Collection
Sophia Tolli 2019 Collection
The newest collection features curve-hugging stretch crepe and dreamy soft tulle, paired with contemporary lace and intricate beading. Every dress has been crafted by hand to flatter the shape and style of any bride who tries it on.
The Spring 2019 line from Sophia Tolli will include five amazing Sophia Tolli Premiere pieces. This curated selection of bridal gowns are all richly embellished and are perfect for opulent brides looking for extra flair on their wedding day.
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Our absolute favourite gown was this beautiful misty tulle ballgown with 3d applique flowers. its called Kaia and is simply a dream. Feathering s sweetheart neckline and full tulle skirt you will feel amazing wearing it for you big day!
This next gown is called Aspen. Misty Tulle and sequins adorn the dress and the lace appliqués make it the most perfect wedding gown. So did you love Megan marble’s evening dress by Stella McCartney, we thought she looked amazing so we were delighted to see a similar version from Sophia Tolli called Tate.
This next gown is called Summer. It’s created from soft chiffon and stretch satin with lace.
We love it and it feels amazing to handle, it will be one of our samples available to try in February 2019
Bridget from Sophia Tolli is quite a special gown because cleverly there are train length options. You could also order it with a solid back and removable straps.
Brooklyn is another clever dress than you can change to make it perfect for yourself. The sleeves are detachable, how clever is that!
Before you Start Wedding Dress Shopping
- Think about your day, and what kind of wedding dress is most appropriate – a beach wedding vs. formal ballroom reception, winter vs. summer, outdoor ceremony vs. restaurant dinner for 25 etc. Different styles of wedding mean different styles of dress.
- Think about your body shape and personal style – consider all your choices, the style and shape of the wedding dress, necklines, length, waistlines, trains, sleeves and so on…
- Do some couch research – spend a few days or weeks looking at wedding websites before venturing to the shops. Look at bridal collections as well as real weddings. Save the styles you like, create a mood board and a clear picture will start to emerge (Pinterest and Instagram are so handy for this too!).
- Be realistic – you may drop a dress size before your wedding, (not that you need to!) but you’re not going to grow six inches or switch your D-cup to a AA chest (well it’s unlikely anyway!) – think about what suits you now and what you love to wear, not what looks fab on someone else.
- Set a budget – the average wedding dress from a bridal boutique costs £1500 but there are much cheaper ways to find a dream dress, and you can also blow the bank if you want to. Agree an amount with your other half and stick to it. Remember to budget for alterations, shoes, accessories, lingerie etc. too!