Bridal Gowns from the Ian Stuart 2015 Lady Luxe Collection: Baroque Glamour

  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
  • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
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    • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
    • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
    • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
    • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
    • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
    • Credits: Ian Stuart 2015
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Bows, ruffles, tulle, lace and extravagant tails… these are just some of the things that you’ll see in the new 2015 collection by Ian Stuart. Lady Luxe seems inspired by Marie Antoinette and the baroque period despite also being very much in line with the classic Ian Stuart style that we love. The dresses from this very elaborate collection and the quality of its pieces will transport you to another era.

Here is a sample of some of the designs from the 2015 collection. Definitely suitable for brides who exude personality and glamour.

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