Designer Spotlight – Pas De Deux Bridal

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My first time learning about Pas De Deux Bridal line was in line for a cab out side of Bridal Market in NYC that was coming up on 2 years ago. Martha Flemming was standing behind me in line and she was bursting with excitement about her new line, a line based on famous ballets through out time. Although I didn’t get the opportunity to see the collection then, I made it a point to seek them out at the next fashion week.

Their 2015 collection was based on the Ballet Paquita, a beautiful ballet about a young Spanish gypsy who saves the French officer’s life, but their taboo affair jeopardizes the nobleman’s marriage proposal until Paquita discovers the truth of her birth….

The styles of this collection was flirty and romantic you can see the heart of the gypsy girl in the ruffles and frill details at were incorporated in to this beautiful collection.

Designer Heather Royal made amazing choice to bring the love of a young gypsy girl to this collection. Her use of separates really sets her apart from other designers, I also love that you could purchase 3 pieces instead of two and create a completely separate look for your reception, with out having to purchase a whole new gown.

Fast forward to their new 2016 collection and you get to feel the story of Coppelia, for you see Coppelia bewitches Frantz’s wandering eye much to the dismay of Swanilda, his bride-to-be, until she finds that her foolish groom has merely fallen for the toymaker’s doll…

I adore the artisty that was incorporated into this collection, the little details is what bring it all together. From the romance and grace of the lace and silk chiffon in pieces like the Swanilda and the Czardas skirt, to the playful use of tulle in the Miloard Skort, this collection really has something for everyone. Wearing these will definatly make you centerstage on your big day!

Every piece of these stunning ballet inspired collections are handcrafted in New York City. Visit www.pasdedeuxbridal.com to get the latest on when and where you can view their collections.

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