Wednesday, December 1, 2010


If you're a winter bride and think staying warm while looking chic s might be challenging check out the bridal coat option. Defined, a bridal coat can be a coat dress and/or coat and dress ensemble like the ones in these images.  A coat dress defined is just that: a lighter weight coat (street or floor length); and can be single or double- breasted. Then there's the coat and dress ensemble. Simply put, this is a coat with a dress out of matching fabric underneath it. In the 60s, these were popular mostly for formal occasions. If you like the idea of a fitted coat, you could wear one for your ceremony—long or short—over a corresponding sheath. After the ceremony the coat could be removed so you could move freely throughout the reception.   These by Raishma Couture are sophisticated and elegant with exquisite detailing.


Rachel - theWeddingVine said...

Love the organza one! The beaded hem looks so pretty and you can still see through to the dress underneath!

Rhian Morris said...

Exquisite tailoring and choice of fabrics. These designs can fit both petite and tall brides as well.