We understand the importance of looking and feeling fabulous in your wedding dress – you’ve been dreaming about this day, and this gown, for a long time. One of our all-time favourite designers, Alin Le Kal, knows all about bringing a bride’s dream dress to life.
With a focus on unique designs, handcrafted intricate details, and silhouettes that complement the female figure, Alin Le Kal’s gowns are the perfect way to feel feminine and runway ready on your wedding day. So, if you’re trying to find the perfect dress, here are 5 gorgeous Alin Le Kal gowns you’ll want to walk down the aisle in.
The High Neck
As bride, Ashley, told us, “Alin Le Kal took me to a fabric store and as soon as I saw this particular fabric, I knew that was the one. My favourite part of my dress were the pockets! I thought it gave it a fun and modern feel.” With a stunning high neck, billowing skirt, and intricate beading throughout, this gown will make any bride look a vision in white.
Hand Sewn Flowers
Daphne’s gorgeous Alin Le Kal dress was an intricate piece of work. “My ball gown of a dress was covered in sequins and individually hand sewn in the shape of small patterned flowers,” she said. Despite the intricacies of the gown, it was still perfect for the scorching 42-degree day of her wedding.
Shannen’s gorgeous gown was made specifically for her, featuring an extra-long train and beautifully embellished bodice. The gown perfectly suited the wedding, as Shannen didn’t want a typically all-white wedding.
A Second ALK Gown
If you’ve fallen in love with your first gown, you may as well get yourself another. Shannen’s second wedding gown was a detailed, form-fitting dress with a nude under layer and hand sewn floral patterns. The statement gown makes for the perfect reception change.
The Two-Tier Dress
Have you ever seen a dress like this? Bride Katerina wore one of Alin Le Kal’s more striking designs, with a beautifully beaded two-tiered bodice perfectly sculpted to her body and major full skirt. It’s the gown that’s made for the bride who wants to catch everyone’s eye.
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