Essense of Australia Spring 2017 Wedding Dresses - World of Bridal
An updated silhouette for the traditional bride, this lace wedding dress with illusion back from Essense of Australia is simply dreamy! Featuring organic lace, the sweetheart neckline of this style extends beautifully into a slight cap sleeve that frames the face perfectly. A diamond-shape illusion back highlights the back of the gown, while layers of lace-detailed tulle give the train a perfect soft and unique texture. A soft scattering of sequins throughout the gown gives it a subtle shimm...
Essense of Australia Spring 2017 bridal collection features delicate lace, regency organza, tulle, pearl beading, lace detailing, satin, cascading chiffon, intricate patterns, and gorgeous embroidery.
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