Everything you want to know about finding your perfect modest wedding dress, from picking out the perfect style, to your style of veil and of course the perfect accessories and shoes!
This July, we're celebrating five years of creating beautifully modest wedding gowns and formals. From our very first designs to our latest custom work, it's been a pleasure working with young ladies and women across the nation and across the globe.
Today Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchanged wedding vows at Winsdor Castle. While the groom looked quite dapper in his full military dress, all eyes were definitely on the gorgeous bride as she made her way down the aisle in a stunning, modest wedding dress.
This spring we've had the pleasure of working with several talented dancers as we've photographed our new collection of colorful tea-length slips. From Violet Purple to Tangerine Orange, our best selling "Grace Slip" is now available in a veritable rainbow of colors.
Prom is just around the corner, and if you're like us, you've probably put off overhauling your beauty routine to the last minute. If you have more than a week until the big night, take a minute and read our article "6 Ways to Jump Start Your Beauty Routine."
Prom and wedding season are both around the corner; and while most of your energy is no doubt focused on finding the modest prom or wedding dress of your dreams, there are other matters to think of as well, such as jump starting your beauty routine in preparation for your big day.
Ever since Jessa Duggar wore a blush pink, Allure wedding gown for her big day, we've seen more brides ditching traditional white and ivory gowns in favor of something a little more "now." Generally, it's wise to avoid wedding trends (think mom's oh so 80's puffed sleeve wedding dress), but in this instance, we think Jessa's choice has opened the door to a trend that is both fun and classy: two-tone wedding dresses!
This fall, we're pleased to announce new ways to customize your modest prom or wedding dress with the introduction of two new textiles to choose from. In addition to the fabrics we've offered for years, such as chiffon, tulle, taffeta, and sequins, we now offer two new, luxurious options: velvet and and duchess satin!
It's official - Prince Harry has officially announced his engagement to Meghan Markle, American actress and activist. With their wedding announced for spring 2018, there's one question on everybody's mind: what will Meghan Markle's wedding gown look like?
We all love the shimmer and shine of sequins, but sometimes sequins don't love us back, creating unflattering and bulky silhouettes. Read on for more info on how to wear sequins well so you shine!
We're pleased to introduce two new modest wedding dresses, Kimberly and Bethany. From yards of ruffles to gorgeous lace, these are two gowns you can't miss!