Allure Bridal’s latest collection “Mix and Match” allows brides to build their wedding gown from the ground-up! The collection combines some of the hottest bridal trends for the year. Everything from modestly exposed paneling, vintage inspiration, floral appliqués and sleek silhouettes, this collection has something that will appeal to every bride! The high fashion trends come with a modest price-point, pieces from this collection range from $600 – $1,700.
The Mix and Match collection was inspired by what we all do every day, mix and match our daily outfits! We create looks that take us from office to happy hour, day to night and in Minnesota, cold to warm daily! So why not have that same flexibility and mindset for your wedding day! These Mix and Match looks will take brides from the aisle to the dance floor in a creative and versatile way.
Whether you are a trend-setting risk taker or a modest traditionalist, Allure Bridal’s Mix and Match collection will help you feel gorgeous on your wedding day. What we love about this particular collection is that it offers the flexibility for brides to have two wedding day looks without two huge price tags. Maybe you want to go from ball gown to sleek or sleeves to strapless for the ceremony and reception, this collection allows you to switch out just one item of the look for a result that is dramatic, eye-catching and will leave your guests on their toes!
Allure’s aesthetic has always been a passion for the details, and this Mix and Match collection does not stray away from that same passion. Beading, floral appliqués, dramatic backs and stunning draping have always been a specialty for Allure Bridals. They began in 1998 as a retail store and today Allure has grown into an award-winning bridal manufacturer.
Allure Bridals is available at:
Wedding Shoppe Inc. – Saint Paul, Minnesota
Mestad’s Bridal and Formal Wear – Rochester, Minnesota
Images Courtesy of Allure Bridal
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