The First Impression Of Designer Dana Bolton’s Work

I’m glad to share this first review for the new collection from the wonderful wedding dress designer, Dana Bolton, who’s modern, boho style wedding dresses are alway my favorite. And now, this latest range is beauty itself.
Dana Bolton created a collection of sophisticated boho luxe dresses at her studio in Muswell Hill. Each dress is made with the prettiest high quality laces and silks which add a feeling of luxury to the modern designs. Dana is proud of using pure French Calais laces in her designs. These laces are incredibly soft and add a dreamy tactile quality to your dress.
Dana draw her inspiration from the simple way that French designers are used to adopt . There’s an ease and an focus on making brides to show their personality even when wearing summer dresses 2019. I like the way she works and that made her creat a collection has her personal label and characteristic. She knows just how much the details matter – the width of a waistband, the number of buttons that run down the back of a gown or the choice of lace edging. The result is just as heaven.
This collection is a recent evolution and breakthrough for Dana. He used to work on bespoke wedding dress only, which is still available now. Most brides tend to choose from the collection or opt for a semi-bespoke design that allows you to alter dresses in small scale and combine elements from various designs so that you can take part in the design and have a wedding dress that you truly love.
“I’m aimming to to offer a more personal service, ketting you to be sure of what you really want . My cheap wedding dresses are light, relaxed, modern and easy to wear, they suit almost every wedding styles and themes. With my comfortable and unstructured dresses, some brides, who have a more formal wedding style, successfully combine my informal look into their wedding, .”
Besides the major characteristic in the new range, a fabulous new collection of separates has been brought about , it mix three pieces in many different styles. Skirts and bodices with a French Calais lace jacket, worn open at the back apart from a few buttons at the neck. It’s so breathtaking that I just want to behold and put it on.