Justin Alexander Satin Wedding Gown Sophistication

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Justin Alexander Satin Wedding Gown Sophistication

Justin Alexander, style 88110: Sophisticated style and classic elements combine in this Mikado ballgown complete with a sweetheart neckline. A modern lace cuff and illusion beading on the back make this wedding dress extra special. Available colors: Ivory. Available in many sizes.

Satin Smooth Wedding Dresses From Justin Alexander

Here at NYB&G of Columbia, we know that not every bride yearns for lace, laser cutouts and intricate beading. Many prefer the chic elegance of clean lines and crisp silhouettes. With our unmatched selection, we’re able to please all tastes, but we’re going to focus on the latter in this blog post. Specifically, we’ve chosen some of our favorite streamlined wedding dresses from Justin Alexander to share with you.

To get started, let’s learn a little more about the style aesthetic of this top bridal design house:

And now we want less. To remove the layers, to thaw out the crystals, to untie and unlace and embrace simplistic, minimalist beauty or straightforward design, where the dress is the canvas and the bride is the masterpiece. Our Justin Alexander collection reflects this desire to stand out by simplifying. We offer delicate wedding dresses defined by clean lines and fabrications, where the construction becomes seduction, creating impeccable fits and stunning silhouettes. Opt for a bold statement piece of jewelry on none at all. Paint on a notice-me pout or barely-there makeup. Sport a smooth up-do or let your locks hang loose. This canvas is yours, now it’s up to you to tell the story. Choose Justin Alexander for effortlessly minimalist wedding dresses that showcase your beauty, inside and out. View the entire collection from Justin Alexander

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Justin Alexander, style 88132: This notch-collar fit-and-flare wedding dress comes with a detachable tulle ballgown to enhance your options. If you love the idea of two looks in one dress, you have to try on this divine number. Appliques on the skirt and fabric-covered buttons complete the bodice. Available colors: Ivory. Available in many colors.

Mikado & Cool Weather Weddings

For cool season ceremonies, considering the amount of warmth you will need to stay comfy on your special day is important for choosing your wedding dress. Certain fabrics are ideal for breezy beaches. You’ll want to avoid them in favor of heavier materials, like silk Mikado. The amount of coverage a dress provides, the presence of sleeves, your plans for using accessories such as wraps or capelets — these are all key factors in choosing a great cool weather gown. Learn more about Mikado and other common bridal fabrics below:

silk mikado: A blend of silks that results in a heavier fabric, mikado is frequently used for cool weather weddings.

duchesse satin: A lightweight hybrid of silk and rayon or polyester woven into a satin finish. It’s stiffer and lighter than regular satin, so it carries a shape well while also draping nicely. And bonus: The heavier weight means it’s less prone to wrinkling, so it’s a good choice for brides who’d like to dance all night long without much wrinkle action. Read more, compliments of Racked

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Justin Alexander, style 88072: This eye-popping, chapel-length satin and tulle ballgown is highlighted by a stunning bodice. Illusion netting and detailed beading give the back ultimate style. The voluminous skirt delivers the wow factor for this wedding dress. Available colors: Ivory/Nude. Available in numerous sizes.

We can’t wrap up a discussion of wedding dress fabrics without at least touching on stains. Here are some great tips to deal with any mishaps.

Earth-Based Stains

If you find yourself dealing with a fruit juice, tea, cola, liquor, or wine spill, try flushing it immediately with a solution of 3 parts water + 1 part dish soap. If the residue doesn’t come out, apply 1 part water + 1 part bleach.

It’s important to remember to separate the layers while removing, Mease says. And if you want to be extra careful, “be sure to take to a professional dry cleaner with experience with wedding dresses, especially if your gown is silk,” she adds. Learn more tips, courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings

Browse Our 2020 Wedding Dresses

We are excited to make your wedding dress dreams come true. From fashion forward to traditional, and every style, length and silhouette in between, our sensational wedding gown selection is unmatched in the Midlands. Visit us soon see our full range of gorgeous designer dresses.