When your name is on everything and I do mean everything wedding related, it could become a challenge to ‘add to’ your collection or change the perception of your product unless your name is Vera Wang.
Several months ago, she announced her partnership with David’s Bridal to both applause and criticism. Would it keep its look and quality? Why would she ‘cheapen her brand?’ Most importantly “would brides go for it?” The answer is a resounding yes.
So it’s no surprise that “White by Vera Wang for David’s Bridal, bridesmaid collection would continue with the same quality, exquisite detailing and yes even a few surprises.
From the exposed zipper to raw-edged bias detailing to the richness in her color pallet, there is something for every bridesmaid. The 2012 collection provides an array of romantic, classic and whimsical fashion for the entire bridal party.
Vera believes that each in her collection reflects the respect she has for women and how much each design means to her. So yes, you will see the signature folds and layers of organza, corded lace, silk and satin.
Not to be outdone, her platform shoes add playful flare with the use of grosgrain bows. For the girl who doesn’t want height, Vera has created ballerina flats with crystal embellishments.
The drum I’ve been beating the loudest and Thank You Vera for hearing it. Her dresses can fit a range of brides from 0-26. With prices from $158-$198 and shoes under $100, you’ll be beautiful and won’t break the bank.