When I was a teen way back in the 1970s there was a tiny, hole-in-the-wall boutique in town called, Andromeda. It featured what we now call Boho or hippie dresses made out of velvets and lace. I never forgot the waif looks this little shop produced via a Featherweight Singer sewing machine in the back. I christened this dress, ANDROMEDA because it so captures the spirit of those dresses I fell in love with way back when. More closely, inspiration for this dress came from envisioning delicate lace on a V-Neckline opening up beautiful decolletage. Also running around in my head was a whisper of lace underneath a semi-full skirt of tulle fanning out in a generous train. Created in Chantilly lace and blush tulle, this dress was designed for the bride zeroing in on a hopelessly romantic look sans all the volume and petticoats. For ordering info The ANDROMEDA Dress
From The Dance of the Flowers shoot for Bride Chic. Photos 1-4 by Samantha Brancato Photography//Make up by Prettyologie//Hair by Pins and Curls of San Francisco//Venue: Shell Dance Orchid Gardens
Love the use of lace in this dress! The side sash is so pretty!
The bride is so beautiful. The bridal collection is good enough.
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