Lela Rose

Wedding Dresses, Wedding Dresses
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Courtesy of Lela Rose

Lela Rose tells Brides.com that her Spring 2010 wedding collection was inspired by, "the ocean and it's undulating waves." One example is the use of faille, which "has been sculpted to emulate the movement of the ocean in soft waves, " as shown in the sketch featured here.

"We have an ethereal group of gowns this season. Tulle has been used as a veil in soft layers, partially covering an opulent beaded bodice. A draped silk gown with a cascade front detail and dramatic hem features a crystal rose applique at the top of the cascade. We are using the rose in a few ways; one being an applique on a dress, then as the motif for lace and finally as a belt detail," explains Lela.

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