Over the years we’ve featured many stunning wedding dresses by Allure Bridals here on WeddinginDresses, including some super covetable designs from the Allure, Couture and Romance bridal collections. Did you know that Allure also has a new Mix and Match collection featuring bridal separates in that oh-so-chic Allure style we all love so much? Do we hear a “YAY!”?
Allure’s distinctive wedding dress collections cater to different needs and styles, so whether you are a trendsetting bride or a traditional one, there’s probably an Allure wedding gown with your name on it. The new bridal separates collection by Allure Bridals offers the contemporary bride even more opportunities to customize her own unique dream gown. As our friends over at Allure put it, “you can mix and match your daily outfits, so why not do the same on your wedding day?” We couldn’t agree more! Wait till you see the incredible tops and skirts in Allure’s new Mix and Match capsule collection! You might be finding any excuse to include a second (or even a third!) look for your big day!
Allure’s Mix and Match collection comprises 13 gorgeous pieces that offer a multitude of pairing options. Tops range from elegant strapless sweetheart styles to exquisite bodices that are fully beaded or adorned with lace.
Skirts offered include both short and full length styles in a variety of timeless silhouettes. The sleeker sheath or mermaid skirts are perfect for sophisticated affairs, or choose to go big on the romance with dreamy A-line and ball gown skirts in lace or tulle.
Allure’s Mix and Match collection gives you the flexibility of creating your own custom wedding day look or multiple looks with ease. Whether you love a wedding style that is classic, romantic, glamorous, or even something fun and flirty, you have the option of creating an entirely different look by simply switching your skirt or top. Think an elegant slim sheath skirt with a long sleeve top for the ceremony, and then a quick switch to a sweeping ball gown skirt for the reception. Maybe you’d even like a third short wedding dress to dance the night away, or something a bit less formal, more bohemian for a destination “I do”?