When we speak about wedding fashion, we are referring to couture dresses with long trains, uniquely wide bottoms and off-the-shoulder or bare shoulder tops.
Inga Nataya Bridal Couture Wear pushes the limits of the main trends by designing couture dresses not only in the regular bare shoulder style but also with the elegantly long sleeves.
Let’s check out some of these creative gowns!
Up first comes the Raphaela Dress. This model is offered in two colors: Raphaela Cream and Raphaela White. The cream colored variation is ideal for beach, medieval and fairy style weddings, whereas the ivory color is recommended mostly for lovers of elves as well as medieval inspired brides.
The unique sleeves of this dress combined with bare shoulders bring back memories of Da Vinci’s sketches of medieval ladies. It hardly looks steampunk but captures a progressive yet medieval look. If you are considering long sleeves for your boho, medieval or elves’ fairy tale style dress, your search ends here with the Raphaela Dress.
The dress is perfect for ladies with an hourglass or triangular body type.
Up next, we shift our focus to the Morning Gown. The dress is also available in two colors: beige/nude and ivory/white. We strongly recommend the white dress for younger brides, whereas the nude variation will look great on just about any age, even those 50 and over.
The model is the perfect choice for chapel ceremonies in chilly locations. It’s also a great option for winter, fall and early spring brides. Many of our customers prefer this dress for their winter weddings. If you are looking for an Edwardian inspired dress with long sleeves, you simply must have a glimpse at this dress.
The Morning Gown is superb for ladies whose body type is pear, hourglass, or rectangular.
We close today’s post with the unique Edwardian inspired dress called Sultry Elizabeth. The dress was perfectly made for all Downton Abbey, Victorian and boho style lovers. The sleeves are still considered long but are actually 2/3, leaving just enough room for wrist cuffs or wrist button bracelets, which are so popular among modern brides.
If you like the ivory accentuation of the style, stick with a minimalistic or very modest updo to let your skin color “soak” through the tulle embroidered sleeve.
The lavender model is ideal if you haven’t been able to work on your tan or if you are planning a garden wedding in Victorian or Edwardian style and would like your sleeves to accentuate your theme with their gorgeous embroidery.
The dress is great for all ladies with pear, rectangular, or hourglass shapes.
We hope you will find the perfect wedding dress with the right type of the sleeves fit for your body shape and trendy tastes. We know that you’ll turn heads on your big day!
All the best, lovers of couture!