A few weeks ago we found, showcased and fell in love with French wedding dress designer Rime Arokady so we are thrilled today to share another Parisian boho wedding dress atelier, Laure de Sagazan. Our bride yesterday, Cecile, wore a one of a kind Laure de Sagazan and for us, it was love at first sight. Laure designs beautifully detailed tops or jackets for over the dresses, something that is so appealing for colder months – and believe us, it doesn’t sacrifice on style. The complete opposite in fact. If you are a lover of lace, capped sleeves and backless wedding dresses, you are in for a beautiful afternoon.
I had seen the Chaplin dress above floating around pinterest and hadn’t yet learned the designer. The backless lace detailing is a feature of Laure’s designs and are incredibly romantic and I love how low this back goes and the detail of the waist is so elegant.
The Ruiz features a slightly higher back but is every bit as stunning and personally I prefer the detail on the front on this one. The short capped lace sleeve and sweetheart neckline is timeless and would flatter many shapes and sizes.
My personal favourite has to be the Visconti. The low V neckline is balanced beautifully by the longer cap sleeve. I mostly believe that less is more (I know, sometimes I have to sit on the fence!) and in this case, I wouldn’t dare wear something around my neck. Clear skin lathered in Benefits Bathina Balm will highlight the collarbone and a pair of beautiful drop earrings would really complete the whole look in my opinion. Gosh, I didn’t mean to go all style guru there considering it’s not really my thing, but it’s how I would do it. I want this dress.
Doesn’t the Wilder dress above have a real vintage beauty about it? I love the heavy silk fabric and the button detail. Below are a round up of some of my other favourites with a selection of her jackets, tops and headpieces also. I’m so drawn to longer sleeved dresses at the moment. My mother wore a full sleeved wedding dress and I can see it coming back into fashion.
There is something about the last dress on the right that screams Roisin! The collection has a little bit for everyone in it and is certainly a good source of inspiration. While I’d say the gowns are made for the boho bride in mind, I can certainly see the Visconti or Ruiz appealing to a classic bride too. What do you think? It’s safe to say that Laure de Sagazan has left me wondering how I will ever be able to choose a wedding dress for myself. Thankfully, it’s not a decision I have to make any time soon.. (wipes sweat from brow)