Australian label Grace Loves Lace has just dropped three new dress styles and the designs were inspired by feedback from over 80,000 real brides from 80 different countries. Megan Ziems, founder of the buzzy bridal line, wanted to create gowns for brides that targeted all their concerns. The brides the company spoke to range in age from 18-60, sizes XXS to XXL and varying body shapes and bust sizes.
The feedback the label received had a series of consistent top requests from brides they crowdsourced. Those included stretch lace fabrics, higher necklines, sleeves and slip-on fits. Price point was also key—quality and affordability were paramount.
With this feedback in mind, the three new gown styles—Anais, Vita and Luca—were created and they truly are versatile and offer a fit for everyone.
The Anais dress features a low V neckline, open back and A-line skirt shape to flatter the figure. The delicate eyelash trim and covered buttons also add a gorgeous little detail to this delicate gown.
The Vita gown is elegant and modern with a low V neckline, long sleeves and fuller skirt.
The Luca dress is actually a reworked version of an existing best-seller the Orla gown. Made from shimmering pearl lace, this gown has a high neck, long fitted sleeves, daring low back and fishtail silhouette.
All three new Grace Loves Lace gowns retail for under $2,500 US and are are available now at graceloveslace.com.