Renowned Spanish bridal label Rosa Clará has arrived in Queensland, taking up shop in Brisbane boutique bridal store White Lily Couture.

Lace, crepes and chiffons are featured in equal measure in the label’s high-quality gowns. Balancing timeless aesthetics with an edgy design twist, Rosa Clará offers a range for women of all tastes. The Haute Couture collection features designs replete with exquisite detailing on fine, flowing fabrics that bring contemporary brides’ dreams of romanticism and elegance to life, while the Soft collection exudes 1920s chic. Feathers, fringing and hand-embroidered beading enrich clean lines that are as flattering as they are sensual. With exclusive access to both, White Lily Couture has given its prediction for the top three bridal trends of 2019.

The minimal wedding gown continues to reign supreme following Meghan Markle’s less-is-more approach to both of her wedding dresses earlier this year. As well as being chic, this look provides the added benefit of being easily pairable with almost any wedding theme and colour scheme. All-over beading is a standout in the 2019 Rosa Clará collection. The Intricate beading gives a subtle art deco vibe, but the fitted silhouette keeps the look modern and wearable. Geometric patterns are becoming more popular, and beading is definitely being utilised in the style. Traditional lace, a classic, remains popular in bridal collections around the globe. But in 2019, with technological improvements, it is even more beautiful and versatile. Now, delicately designed lacework allows for natural skin to shine through. Highlighting the bride’s glowing skin.

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