Tulle bridal gowns en-trend for Spring/Summer 2015

  • Dress Style 2711, Mori Lee
  • Fimament, Hervé Mariage
  • Marchesa
  • Marchesa
  • Ilissa, Demetrios
  • Irvina, Cymbeline
  • Itousa, Cymbeline
  • Marchesa
    • Nairobi, Hannibal Laguna
    • Rosal, Rosa Clará
    • Nicole, Hannibal Laguna
    • Sabor, Rosa Clará
    • Arielle, Lambert Creations
    • Caitlin, Oscar de la Renta
    • Chelsea, Oscar de la Renta
    • Castillejo, Pronovias
    • Rachel, Lambert Creations
    • Ondine, Vera Wang
    • Dress Style 2684, Mori Lee.
    • Sensualle, Demetrios
    • Marchesa
    • Nilo, Hannibal Laguna
    • Novak, Hannibal Laguna
    • Ralph, Rosa Clará
    • Odette, Vera Wang
    • Oriana, Vera Wang
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When thinking about their future wedding dress, many brides-to-be already have a very clear vision. For this Spring/Summer season tulle will be featuring in many styles by different designers. Could your dream dress be one of these?

Tulle’s origins date back to the 18th century in the French city of Tulle. Tulle is a light nylon or silk mesh fabric, commonly used for bridal gowns and veils. In our gallery you’ll be able to find designs by Pronovias, Marchesa, Lambert Creations and Vera Wang, amongst others with different cuts. Mermaid style gowns that use a tulle underlay for added volume, princess cut gowns with huge skirts and light and floaty dresses created with tulle, all very simple and natural designs.

Discover the beautiful fabric of these stunning dresses. We have something for all tastes and styles. Hopefully we’ll help you find your dream dress!

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