A train that’s plain

You are the perfect embellishment

The bride is the best embellishment this simple Marisa gown could ask for. For those who want a slimmer A-line look, this gown offers a silk satin-faced organza skirt decorated with a wide satin hem paired with a low set empire waistline. In back, buttons run down the whole of the train. The best part about a plain gown? You never have to feel bad about pairing it with wickedly sassy jewelry!

I do, however, feel bad that the model in this image looks like she is being backed into a wall by some sort of swarthy swamp monster.

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2 Responses to “A train that’s plain”

  1. jenny says:

    Though the veil is lovely and minimalist, it does look as though some Spanish Moss fell on her from overhanging branches before she was “backed into a wall by some sort of swarthy swamp monster.”

  2. Never teh Bride says:

    Makes perfect sense. There is plenty of Spanish moss hanging about in swamps!