Every bride wants to feel like royalty on their special day. You are sure to make a grand, unforgettable entrance adorned in one of our bespoke, couture bridal gowns. Our brand-new ao dai collection features five stunningly unique gowns that differ in style, color, and details. There is also a mixture of both traditional and modern ao dai styles, and even a fusion of the two; there is no doubt an ao dai for everyone in this collection! When it comes to your wedding dress there are no rules; you decide your bridal aesthetic.
What says glamor, elegance, and romance more than a sultry mermaid-style wedding gown? We are absolutely swooning over this gorgeous photoshoot with the exquisite Katie! A subtle Hollywood glamor is captured beautifully here, with a floral botanical background and the glow from golden hour.
The ao dai, a classic staple in a Vietnamese woman's wardrobe, can be styled in many different ways. Conventionally, for a wedding look, the bride would pair her ao dai ensemble with the traditional Vietnamese hat, called khan dong. Nowadays, some ao dai designs have been modernized and Westernized slightly with matching accessories, add-ons, and color schemes. Today, we will show you some different ways you can style an ao dai for both modern and traditional brides.
When it comes to glamming up your wedding look, the pouffy, princess aesthetic may not be for everyone. There are many different ways a bride can make a dramatic entrance on their big day, and achieve an elaborate, elegant style without looking too over-the-top. We have devised your guide on five ways you can elevate your bridal look from simple, to looking sophisticated, chic and ultra-feminine, and glam. The beauty of adding accessories and details to your wedding gown is that you can mix and match styles, and create multiple different looks in one!
The áo dài is undeniably a fashion staple for women in Vietnam. For those unfamiliar, áo dài is a traditional Vietnamese costume, classically featuring a tunic and high collar, with long pants underneath. Over time, this well-adored ensemble has evolved and changed overtime to incorporate contemporary looks and modern flares, while still keeping its Vietnamese roots. Some of ways the áo dài has been modernized is through materials, necklines, nontraditional colors and silhouette shapes. The áo dài is also an incredibly versatile piece, as it can come with different designs depending on the occasion, whether it is a bridal áo dài, or for a festival or event.