The White Board: An Inside Look at Jasmine’s Spring 2014 Couture Designs



Here at Jasmine, we’re so excited about the Spring 2014 bridal gown designs!  Our designers used inspiration from the luxurious mood of 1920’s fashion, and the result is a perfect blend of old-style glam and new sophistication.  With refined details and classic shapes, designers used Art Deco design elements to create sleek, high-end gowns.  They added a variety of lace choices with feminine looks and body-hugging silhouettes, and of course, Jasmine’s signature craftsmanship and intricate beadwork is shown in each gown. Color is another element used this season-many of the Couture gowns are shown in champagne-ivory tones, which gives them a romantic and soft look.


Here’s an overview of 2 styles we’re loving from our newest season of gowns:


T162009 is all about lavish lace! Designers combined Chantilly Lace with Alencon Lace appliqués to create this stunning A-line gown. Tone-on-tone beading at the waist ads the perfect accent and blends into the style fluidly.  The V-front and back neckline shape adds a touch of sexiness.  This gown is the epitome of what a bridal gown should be-soft & romantic, elegant & classy, and figure flattering.



When feminine floral elements meet the geometric lines of Art Deco, the result is the stunning Chantilly Lace used in style T162018. On its own the lace is eye-catching and luxurious, and paired with the illusion neckline and beaded sash of this style, it molds into the perfect bridal gown.


Stay tuned to read more about Jasmine’s bridal designs over the next few weeks!


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