Truvelle brings the brand back to its foundation in effortless and unconventional design, creating simple silhouettes with unique details for the modern bride
This season, the team at Vancouver-based wedding line, Truvelle worked closely with brides, bringing in an array of women throughout the design and pattern-making process to ensure the resulting creations would serve in both functionality and style. The final result is something of a dream.
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Besides providing bridal options for a range of body types and sizes, the new collection boasts Truvelle’s most feminine designs to date, with floating lace elements, endless back details and added skirt volume.
New necklines, like those on the Andrianna and Alix dresses, have proven universally flattering while providing an unparalleled level of comfort. Still, the indie bridal brand has managed to maintain the minimal style brides associate Truvelle with by infusing simplicity into their details; long trains are done in a light chiffon for an airy flow, soft layers of tulle add texture without weight or distraction from the clean silhouette, and the ever-subtle infusions of colour create a blank canvas for brides to play with.
The KimThe AndriannaThe AlixWith all elements of the new collection influenced by the brand’s commitment to slow design and production, it was only fitting to name the dresses after the women who keep Truvelle running on a day-to-day basis, all of whom are strong, inspirational, and individuals—words that embody the Truvelle bride. With a heavy focus on design elements carefully curated for real women, there is a dress in Truvelle’s 2018 collection for every bride.
The new collection will be available to shop online and in stores September 6th.
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