If you have seen/heard/had the pleasure of trying on a Jesus Peiro bridal gown then you will already be familiar with their clean lines, love of structure and edgy contemporary glamour.
If not then a) where have you been? and b) we have a special treat for y’all – a good old nosey at the brand new 2013 collection which is available from October.
Whilst planning for the O’Shea Big Day I properly fell in love with a Jesus dress, it was simple, beautifully cut and ever so slightly boho.
As it happens in the end that particular style didn’t suit my petite frame but Jesus Peiro still remain one of my most recommended W-day fashion brands, in fact we used a few of their delicious numbers for our Real Bride Shoot courtesy of Miss Bush Bridal.
What I love the most about the new “Soiree” 2013 collection is that alongside the more recognisable heavy satin there is a whole heap of feminine chiffon frills and princess-esque tulle. And there is a wide selection of necklines and alternative sleeve styles, particularly pretty if you are considering an autumnal or winter affair.
Oh and did I mention the veils?! exquisite!
The iconic Spanish bridal fashion house described the inspiration behind the designs: Reflecting the light structure and exquisite artisanal details reminiscent of the early 20th Century, the collection balances femininity and romanticism with the sophistication that is synonymous with the brand.
Throughout the 2013 collection, designer Merche Segarra combines surprising textures with beautiful silhouettes. Fabrics adorned with glass, nacre and mother of pearl come into play with rich metallic threads and accessories.
Asymmetrical lines, overlays and drapes coexist alongside constructions of pleats and folds to create dresses that are both flattering and feminine. The introduction of jewels and borders adds texture to enamel white fabrics and soft metal tones, while the timeless appeal of Chantilly is also carried through many styles within the collection.
Together the gowns recreate a summer soiree, perfectly encapsulating the romance and light of an evening garden affair.
If you were inspired by the amazing Cornish wedding we featured last week then how about this sexy-but-with-a-bohemian vibe gown (style 3034) below?
I know I would.
And apart from those above here a selection of my other must-haves
(It was so hard to choose believe me.)
Style 3071: Pleated embroidery with honeycomb tulle skirt. Matching veil trimmed with embroidery.
Style 3007 –: Neve flock mesh dress with honeycomb tulle skirt, ribbon trim veil shown as shawl in second image.
Style 3070: Glitter mesh dress with ivory honeycomb tulle and sol renoir embellishment, hand beaded headband.
Style 3052 – Dolce satin dress with raffia di girasole flower detail on back and cuffs.
Style 3013 – Van gough crochet guipor dress with mariage voile skirt, matching headpiece with van gough crochet. The 3rd image shows the matching veil for style 3029 with elisé bubble application.
Yes you may recognise that bubble veil from Lolly’s Coveted piece, it is indeed ridiculously beautiful.
Any of you lovelies having a Jesus Peiro for W-day?
Considering trying a few?
I want ALL the details please.
Big Bubble Pearl Love