Photographer : Kristy Ryan of Blush Wedding Photography | Hair & Make-Up : Emily Cheng | Model : Rachel Ballinger of Wilhelmina
Though new and fresh in so many ways, Truvelle 2017 is truly an ode to the made-in-Vancouver brand's roots, with each gown being named after the streets surrounding both the company’s studio and flagship locations in Gastown.
Unlike any other collection the brand has designed thus far, Truvelle’s 2017 line takes the perception of a wedding gown to all new heights. This season, Creative Director and Founder Gaby Bayona explores a more flirtatious side of her bride with low-dipping necklines and an emphasis on backless details, all the while staying true to Truvelle’s effortless charm.
While the authenticity of Truvelle will forever remain in the brand’s designs, the new collection truly sets itself apart with bolder cuts and geometric features that cater to the modern bride. The Carrall gown, predicted to be a top-seller for 2017, features a deep-V bodice met with a criss-crossed taupe satin ribbon leading the eye to the gown’s noteworthy back. The colours used this season are both subtle and sultry, combining mochas and pearls with fresh shades of white for a stand-out dress.
Truvelle 2017 will offer a sigh of relief to brides searching for design-forward details that are both feminine and unique, remaining true to the bridal brand’s mission for careful, quality craftsmanship. The new collection is sure to make past brides carefully consider renewing their vows that much sooner for a chance to wear Truvelle all over again.
To see more from 2017 bridal collection for Truvelle, please see the link below.