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Spotlight on: Isabelle Armstrong

Isabelle Armstrong is a designer who pushes the boundaries on bridal gown design, and the spring 2015 collection is no exception! 

Although Isabelle is a relative newcomer to the wedding scene, the New York based design house has been getting lots of attention from across the globe. Their central ethos is that every one of their gowns should evoke the feelings of splendor, passion and grace (who doesn’t want to feel that way in their wedding dress!)

A painting of La Sagrada Familia, Spain’s most renowned basilica, inspired the 2015 collection. Colors in the collection include soft pinks and blush that were borrowed from the sky that is the backdrop to the statuesque cathedral.

There’s plenty of luxurious floral appliques and draping in this feminine collection that really has something for every bride.  The spring gowns include tea-length dresses like Lacie, mermaid gowns such as Thera and ball gowns including Victoria and Nina.

There’s plenty for the traditional bride, but also nods of color to the more modern bride who wants to make a statement on the aisle. 

Now down to the gritty stuff – these dresses are not for the bride on a budget as gowns range from $4,000 to $12,000, which is in line with a Liancarlo gown, but still more affordable than a Berta Bridal dress.  

Take a look at some of our favorites from the 2015 Isabelle Armstrong collection. 


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