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Good Afternoon and welcome to this week’s bridal style post! This post is absolutely gorgeous is making me dream of a very sunny holiday! This BHLDN Oasis collection focusses on boho glam with a difference, combining relaxed gowns with clean modern lines, I just know you are going to love these dresses! Many Thanks again to BHLDN for letting us share these stunning outfits with all our Boho readers today.
Shot in Marrakech, Morocco, BHLDN’s Oasis Collection features a new trend emerging for 2017 brides: neo-bohemian. Where modern meets boho chic, this trend blends clean lines and sleek silhouettes with a focal flourish or key embellishment. Whether it’s subtle beading on an otherwise minimalist gown, a ruffle detail, statement sash, or unexpected lace, the combination allows brides to express themselves by embracing multiple style staples in one unique ensemble.
Separates, like the two-piece Allegra Gown by Australian design house Bo&Luca, read more laid-back than a traditional gown, while still remaining bridal. Allegra offers streamlined crepe to keep the look modern, while the subtle ruffle and well-placed beading capture a bohemian ethos.
Two-for- one looks allow brides to embrace multiple styles in one gown. The Imogene Gown by Something Blue expertly combines a textural, blouson bodice with the sophisticated contours of a fitted, crepe skirt making it the best of both worlds, perfect for the neo-boho girl.
Laser-cut lace, featured on the Cruz Gown by Watters, brings a bridal mainstay to the 21 st century. Clean lines and a fit-n- flare silhouette provide this gown exceptional balance where old meets new.
Accessorize! Nothing adds a dash of boho flare to an understated gown such as the Sawyer by Badgley Mischka, like the addition of a statement necklace. The Cressiat Necklace features show-stopping, crystal strands layered amid burnished gold and pearls for a bold, boho flourish.