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Spotlight On: Cymbeline

Cymbeline may have begun in a small town near Paris, but today brides around the world wear gowns made by the company which was founded by three sisters. Every collection is designed in a seventeenth century windmill in France, and that touch of romanticism is clear in these beautiful wedding dresses. 

It’s easy to see why these gowns are so popular, and the 2015 collection is another triumph for the French sisters. 

As well as their signature romantic look, Cymbeline added gowns full of color to their collection. Dresses of pink, raspberry, peach and gold as well as colorful embellishments graced the catwalk. Lace is also a big feature in the collection, from the dramatic ball gowns to elegant mermaid dresses. Silhouettes are delicate and feminine in regal sheath gowns, asymmetrical drapes and low-waisted dresses. 

You can expect to pay between $2,500 $5,000 for a Cymbeline gown which puts it in line with House of Mooshki, but still less than Alana Aoun. But there’s something for every bride from sexy, mermaid-hemmed figure-hugging gowns to full-skirted strapless ball dresses. We especially love the sleeve options on several of the dresses, which will hide a multitude of sins. 

Dresses range from simple classic looks to embellished gowns that have a touch of spectacle about them. You could go traditional in one of the white numbers, or leave your guests open mouthed when you walk down the aisle in hot pink! 


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