The Elisabeth boho wedding dress is a tribute to the female form, an ode to curves and the art revealing only what absolutely must be revealed!
A modest neckline is subtly offset by the peekaboo princess neckline in this number’s luxurious stretch charmeuse lining.
Exquisite embroidered lace steals the show as it sweetly follows the curves with the help of perfect structuring and princess seams.
The sheer lace at the décolletage is carried through to the long fitted sleeves, perfect for a boho wedding, any time of year.
The indomitably strength of the feminine silhouette is skillfully respected by the shaping of the lower skirt where it fans from the knees and finishes with an intricate and beautiful tassel fringe trim.
The back, or shall we say…no back, design of the Elizabeth gown is a showstopper: simplistic lines frame your exposed, sun-kissed back in a curve that falls to just below the waist, securely holding and caressing all the bits you’d rather save for later.
Functional paneling creates added interest as we follow the lines over the slope of the of the hips to just above the knee, where the skirt once again takes flight and fans out into a breathtaking cathedral length train, rounded of with that exquisite tassel trim.
- Long sleeve sister to Nellie and Alice
- Cotton embroidery on a nylon base
- Poly charmeuse, stretch lining
- Molded cups sewn in
- Tassel fringe trim on skirt and train
- Cathedral length train
- Backless design
- Sheer lace long sleeves
- Made to measure
Also check out our FAQ page, which answers all your questions about the process.
We don’t believe in standard sizes, so we make all of our dresses specifically to your measurements.
Here are the ones we’ll need to create your dream dress:
– shoulder to apex
– shoulder to under-bust
– shoulder to waist (measured at front)
– high hips
– low hips (measured over bum; at widest part)
– length from high point of shoulder to floor ( measured at front, following the curve of your bust)
– will you be wearing a heel?
Please see our sizing guide to see how these measurements should be taken.
If there is anything else we need to take in to account; let us know. Example, super long arms, short torso..