Sarah Seven Spring 2011 Bridal Collection
Sarah Seven To the Chapel Long Dress
If you’re looking for an ethereal, romantic wedding dress made of the softest materials, look no further than the spring 2011 bridal collection from Sarah Seven.
June Dress, $1,800. Strapless silk crepe pleated bust-to-waist.
Portland, Oregon designer Sarah Seven creates unique pieces that are “vintage-inspired but decidingly modern.” Her custom, handmade bridal looks display intricate arrangements of blossoming ruffles, delicate fabrics, and flowing layers.
Forget Me Not Dress, $1,400. Pleating at bust to center with asymetrical cowl bottom. Flower belt sold separately. Built in bustier.
In addition to using eco-friendly fabrics such as natural silk, wool, linens, and cotton voile, Sarah Seven also employs recycled vintage fabrics in her designs.
Elope Dress, $755. Bustier dress with polka-dotted netting. Pleated bust to waist.
Flora Dress, $1,900. Silk chiffon bustier dress, pleated bust to waist. One strap features fabric flowers that continue to the waist.
Ivory Bliss Dress, $1,500. Vertical pleating with ruffles at bust flowing down. Built-in bustier. Belt sold separately.
In addition to using earth-friendly materials, Sarah Seven also contributes some of her proceeds to charities, such as Compassion, an anti-poverty program focusing on children, and International Justice Mission, a human rights agency.
Everthine Dress, $3,000. Crinkle silk chiffon pleated vertically bust to waist, with dozens of rows of ruffles.
Powdered Sugar Dress, $455. White sparkle organza pleated on bodice with layered skirt.
Old New Borrowed Blue Dress, $1,600. Vertically pleated at bust to waist. Falls straight after the waist. Dress is made of bustier for support. Belt sold separately in any color you would like for $70.
Each of these affordable dresses takes approximately four months to make, though there are a few designs that are in stock and able to be shipped quickly. So if you’re planning a summer wedding, now’s the time to place your order!
Sunday Morning Dress, $1,800. Cotton blend dotted netting dress, pleated vertically bust to waist. Dress falls straight after the waist.
Tie the Knot Dress: with train, $1,900; without train, $1,650. Silk crepe dress pleated bust to waist, drapes after waist across front.
To the Chapel Dress, $1,000. Crinkle silk chiffon pleated vertically with ruffles at bust, pleated down to the knee, with ruffles at bottom.
Practically Perfect Dress, $1,700. Silk chiffon dress is pleated at bust to waist, fuller bottom. Belt sold separately for $70.
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