South Africa is the spectacular backdrop for a bushveld bride who stands her ground in a strapless crepe sheath with a floor–length fringe overlay and a jeweled crystal collar finished with fringe.
This single–shoulder silk–cotton stunner has a magnificent midriff panel made from shells, feathers, glass beads, and stones. The ball–gown skirt has a windowpane design.
A jeweled crystal neckline and medallion–style embellishment are a striking contrast to layers of featherlight tulle. The gathered bodice features an open back.
On a walkabout in body–fitting finery. Silk–crepe is gathered into a single–shoulder, long–sleeved gown with leather, suede, and Nappa embroidery.
Rows of roses line the silk–chiffon gown's back and straps; the front features a V–neck and delicate bodice pleating.