Turn up the volume in the latest bridal trend metallic wedding dresses. The silver and gold metallic fabrics are paired with romantic silhouettes to create a chic feel
Metal is usually thought of as cold and hard but it takes on another meaning in our collection. The silver and gold metallic fabrics are paired with romantic silhouettes to create a chic and glamorous feel.
With our metallic lace wedding dresses we marry traditional and modern fashion designs to bring you refined elegance that your guests will swoon and gasp over. There are many ways you can wear this trend and it all depends on how loud you want your bridal statement to be.
If you want to add dimension, texture and a whole lot of flair then these metallic dresses are what you need for your big day:
These two styles have crystals and beading that creates some noise but it’s shreek comes from the metallic silk on Style 9719 and metallic lace on Style 8663.
These three Justin Alexander Signature styles feature lace over metallic silk to give it that lustrous shine. Stye 9713 is the perfect example of how we marry traditional and modern designs by applying this metallic trend to a classic A-line wedding dress. If you’re feeling adventurous Style 9705 features a 3D layered beaded lace appliques over silk metallic in gold.
If you’re looking for a wedding dress that will cause guests’ jaws to drop then these two dresses are your best options. Style 9708 is a strapless tulle trumpet gown with cascading beading that starts from the neckline and goes all the way down the hem of the chapel length train. The skirt is accented with metallic silk lining, organza flowers, ostrich feathers, lace and beaded accents. Style 8642 is a mermaid gown lined in regal satin over metallic lace. The skirt has crinkle organza bows and lace spiral ruffles that give it volume in the skirt.
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