How Essense Captures The Essence Of A Classic Bride
Apr 15, 2015
Essense of Australia is a designer with a strong emphasis on detail and pristine quality that sets them apart from other designers. The Essense gowns have a European influence that makes them unique and sets them apart from the rest! They are all designed in Australia by a team of skilled and practiced experts. An Essense gown can be told apart by the rest by their craftsmanship. Only authentic Swarvoski crystals are used to make the dresses gleam with the added touch of diamantes. If timeless lace is what you're looking for but do not want to compromise your love for a little bling, Essense incorporates beautiful lace over gorgeous lustre satin to create that wow affect. But even better are the crystal buttons, so when you turn, the entire dress leaves a lasting impression. Essense so creatively gives their dresses illusion embellishment for that touch of sparkle. Essense also enjoys the simplicity style of a dress that showcases the true beauty of a bride. Where she wears the dress with confidence and the dress does not wear her. These dresses offer a versatile way to be worn, where you can still accessorize and give it that touch of sparkle if that is what you're looking for. A beautiful way to do this is a stunning sash that can be worn the entire day or just for the ceremony or reception. It offers brides options to create the vision they have always seen for themselves. Dolce Satin is elegant and chic. You can never go wrong with it. They are structured to fit a women's body just right and help her to create the perfect shape. Minimalism never looked so good. Want to leave your guests in complete awe? Essense created some of the most stunning minimalist gowns. They are the type to hug a women's body in every right way. To show off the stunning curvature of her frame. Bringing in romantic touches with the long cascading train and illusion back that helps create stunning silhouette. These are amazing options for all brides, as Essense tries to line the dresses in thin lines to create the appearance that the dress isn't swallowing the bride, even if she is petite.