I’ve been looking forward to sharing this with you – inspired by the style and glamour of iconic performers at the Folies Bergeres in 1900s − 1930s Paris, this latest collection by Sabina Motasem Bride is a great treat for vintage-loving brides. These images were shot at London Art Deco venue, Eltham Palace, former home to Stephen and Virginia Courtauld, society millionaires who used influential designers of the period. The pair created Eltham Palace as a high-status home, its decor reminiscent of Hollywood-style glamour.
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The “Alaya” dress, a cowl neck bias-cut dress for brides looking for something simple and elegant.
The “Colette” dress, a strapless wedding dress in stretch duchess satin, fishtail skirt and puddle train,can be accessorised with a matching shrug, beaded belt and French corded lace bodice.
The “Josephine” dress is a backless cowl draped dress with a puddle train in crepe silk.
The “Yvette” dress, a strapless knee length number with full knee length skirt and can be worn with a 50’s style petticoat, transforming its silhouette from an understated 40s shape to a dramatic 50s dress. This dress can be accessorised with matching shrug, beaded belt and French corded lace bodice.
What’s your favourite Sabina Motasem Bride dress? I’d love to hear your thoughts!