Rosa Clará Couture new collection creates a fresh take on bridal

Rosa Clará Couture new collection creates a fresh take on bridal
Belmont, a refined sleeveless gown in a Rosa Clará Couture collection marked out by its clean lines and exquisite details

Rosa Clará’s signature simple lines and fine details are there in abundance in a refined new collection offering a fresh take on bridal style – and with a look for every type of celebration

Rosa Clará Couture is always a go-to for refined bridal style, but the 2022 collection offers something a little different – including some ultra-elegant shorter gowns, as well as elegant splits to bring a contemporary edge as well as the opportunity to show off bridal heels. All the signature details – glorious lace, lightweight and luxurious crepes and chic and minimalist cut – are there in abundance. The fresh element is that this collection was inspired by the modern woman and the trend for more intimate weddings and there’s a gown to work in everything from a simple register office setting to a glamorous hotel or stately home backdrop.

Rosa Clará Couture new collection creates a fresh take on bridal
Bari is one of a number of gowns with on trend square necklines

While the look of Rosa Clará’s gowns remains clean, floaty and streamlined, there’s some brilliant subtle detail with subtle textured accents on plain crepe dresses. These are dresses that are perfect for the close-up photographs where the craftsmanship and play of textures can shine.

We also love the transformation elements that enable one dress to take you comfortably from service through to after party. With everything from a neat bolero to capes, coats, waistcoats and detachable floaty crepe trains and organza overskirts in the mix, there are plenty of ways to customise your bridal look to match your style and celebration.

Gowns such as Bemol have detachable elements to take you from service to party

Fine fabrics are at the heart of the Rosa Clará design philosophy, and this Couture collection incorporates stretch crepe to give a fluidity and flattering fit to designs. With new patterns in the mix, there are wonderful on-trend elements, including square necklines, side buttons and low backs with crossed straps. We also like the inclusion of long sleeves – great for brides seeking more coverage and for weddings where fine weather is not guaranteed.

Front splits add versatility and show off refined heels

There are also some fine takes on 1920s style, with straight silhouettes and appliqué detailing give these dresses a unique personality that perfectly captures modern femininity. The classic princess line is also there – although Rosa Clará Couture makes these dresses light and frothy, so they are comfortable and flattering to wear.

Shorter gowns are in the mix, including Balada

As ever, with this iconic Barcelona bridal name, it’s all in the details. We love the fine geometric lace and micro-beadwork bodices (each bodice can have up to 50,000 hand-stitched rhinestones). And do check out the wonderful accessories in this collection Rosa Clará’s signature pearl earrings are well worth investigating if you are still looking for special bridal pieces, as are the label’s wonderful wedding-day heels.  

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