In the bridal world, May is a BIG month. Not only do we have the famous Barcelona Bridal Week but London also gets in on the fashion show action with White Gallery. At Perfect Day Bride, we don’t need an excuse to swoon over super stylish wedding dresses but for us, White Gallery is the time when we head to the city to snap up new designs and even new designers…
So, what did we love at White Gallery 2016? Well, of course we had to head to Charlie Brear because we know our brides just LOVE Charlie’s amazing gowns. And let us tell you now that you’re not going to be disappointed with the latest edit that we’ll be bringing to Perfect Day very soon for your bridal pleasure. If you’d like a hint of what’s going to be coming your way, we’ll just say one word – separates.
Naomi Neoh has been super popular at Perfect Day ever since we brought her timeless and beautiful gowns to our Wiltshire boutique earlier this year. Her new collection is oh-my-goodness gorgeous and it’s fair to say that we got rather carried away choosing dresses. If you visit us in the near future, we’ll have the very latest from Naomi Neoh for you to try on, including her incredibly sophisticated separates.
Jesus Peiro took our breath away with a collection that oozes elegance and classic grace. We’ve seen the new gowns described as ‘First Lady chic’ and that’s so appropriate. You’ll find big skirts, statement bows, pockets, simple silhouettes, stunning necklines and backless gowns among the latest designs not to mention fabrics and embellishments to die for. In short, this is a collection that’s going to be incredibly popular and we can’t wait to see our brides wearing these superb wedding dresses.
Lastly, can you keep a secret? If so, we can tell you that we might have signed a new designer for Perfect Day. Actually, there’s no ‘might’ about it – we will definitely be welcoming a rather brilliant label to Perfect Day Bride very soon so, if you want to hear about it first, make sure you’re following us on Twitter and Facebook because we won’t be able to keep this exciting news to ourselves for long!
All images – Jesus Peiro