June 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
Evoking the nonchalant charm of the bygone era, Annasul Y wedding gowns are renowned for their retro 20's ultra-glam design. Inspired by the quaint historical town of Harrogate, the designs impart an air of vintage demureness with modern sensuality. Radiating the wedding blitheness, Annasul Y designs are not short of eccentricity for brides searching for non-traditional wedding gowns with innovative use of fabrics and creative beadings to exude the personality of each bride.
The 2012 collection shows the traditional French lace layered with the forwardly modern Italian lace to bring out the sophistication of the rich texture while affirming its antique accents. Elaborate and bold details of three-dimensional tulle flowers and crystal embellishments create an unforgettable statement for the bride.
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