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Toronto designer Mikaella Bridal unveils dramatic Fall 2020 Collection


We know. Many brides and grooms to-be have been forced to postpone their wedding day due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. But we can all dream of brighter days ahead and here’s just the thing dream away—Toronto’s Mikaella Bridal has just unveiled their gorgeous Fall 2020 Bridal Collection.

Mikaella Bridal helps brides make a memorable entrance as they add a dramatic edge to vintage-inspired designs in the Fall 2020 Collection. Contemporary details compliment vintage-vibe gowns, transforming over a dozen new dresses into dramatic statement gowns.

Larger-than-life bows are a highlight of the new collection, along with flared removable Tulle overskirts and Organza trains—both details are reminiscent of classic Hollywood glamour. The bows have been elevated with Love (ly) beaded messages that will turn heads and get those cell phone cameras clicking madly!

Mikaella Bridal is a Canadian design company renowned for their use of luxurious fabrics and this season the design house features a layered look. “Prominent Guipure Lace patterns contrast with the delicate Chantilly Lace they are layered over, and dainty Organza floral accents shine atop structured Duchesse Satin,” as stated in the Mikaella press release. “The crowning achievement of our fabric fusions would have to be the pantsuit we have added to the collection. A floral Sequin Lace bodice, straight-legged Crepe pants and a stunning Organza train have united for the perfect wedding day wow factor.”

Mikaella is a division of Paloma Blanca which has remained family-owned and operated for over 80 years, producing high quality 100% Canadian made gowns. Mikaella Bridal wear is available at major bridal shops in the GTA.

story by Laurie Wallace-Lynch

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