Style of the week: EK1013

This is one gorgeous ballgown! The skirt has sparkles underneath the soft tulle and the  sweetheart neckline bustier is made with the finest beading and embroidery. Combine it with a delicate and simple tulle veil to get a sweet and romantic look. Made for the princess in you.

By |November 17th, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Style of the week: CT128

This mermaid  gown from Eddy K’s Couture Collection will take everyone’s breath away when you walk down the aisle.
The front features a sweet illusion neckline, and the material is exquisite embroidery on tulle and hand beading.
And oh that open back! So sexy!
This gown is available in all Ivory or with Light Gold lining underneath the beautiful embroidery, which will make it look even richer.

By |November 10th, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Style of the week: EK1039

The exquisite embroidery on soft tulle makes this ballgown a true stunner. Scattered sequins along the embroidery gives it a touch of sparkle.

The tulle is available in either ivory or light gold.

By |November 3rd, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Style of the week: ADK 77986

The delicate lace on soft tulle, the incredible back, the cap sleeves; everything on this dress is just breathtaking!

A form fitting silhouette will highlight your curves in a very elegant way. The light gold satin lining underneath the lace gives it a nice vintage look.

This dress will definitely be a hit this season!

 

By |October 6th, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Style of the week: CT121

This dress will make you look like a princess!
Couture Style #CT121; a superb ballgown with a sparkling tulle skirt and embroidered bustier.
The jacket with matching embroidery is optional and can be removed.
For a fairytale wedding!

By |September 29th, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Photography, Style, Tips||2 Comments

Style of the week: CT132

A stunning Couture  gown, from the front and the back!

The hand beading and embroidery  flows all the way down, along the soft tulle.

The form fitting silhouette and the open back makes it sexy, yet elegant and classic.

Combine it with minimal accessories, so the focus stays on the gown.

By |September 22nd, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Style of the week: ADK 77972

Take a closer look at our style of the week: ADK 77972.

A corded chantilly lace A-line gown in soft tulle over a sparkling tulle skirt.

The beautiful lace covers the neckline and the back. The natural waistline makes it perfect for any body type. Classic and elegant!

By |September 15th, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, News, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Style of the week: MD155

Take a closer look at our style of the week: Eddy K Milano #MD155.

Embroidered tulle with scattered sequins. The deep V-Neck, open back and and mermaid silhouette  give a sexy but at the same time very elegant look. The dress is available in Ivory with either ivory satin lining or light gold lining. The light gold makes the embroidery stand out even more.

Whether you are tall or petite, small or big busted, this stunning gown is perfect for almost every body type.

 

By |September 8th, 2014|Categories: Blog posts, Design, Style, Tips||0 Comments

Keep it simple or make a statement?

Choosing your perfect wedding dress is no easy task. So many styles,  so many fabrics, so many beautiful gowns. Where to begin?

Are you the kind of bride who knows exactly how her dress will look like since the age of 7, or do you have no idea whatsoever?

Are you looking for a classic, elegant look? Do want to keep it clean and simple? Or do you want to make a fashion statement and wear a gown that nobody will ever forget?

To answer these questions, you have to keep in mind that what’s most important is that you feel comfortable in your dress and that you feel like yourself. If you usually dress simple, you will probably feel uncomfortable and “off” wearing a statement piece.

If your friends are used to seeing you in the most fashionable clothes, they will probably expect you to wear something extravagant at your wedding.

You also need to know how to accessorize. With a simple gown, you can either choose minimalistic accessories, but you could also combine your dress with a statement piece of jewelry, headpiece or add an interesting belt.

If you choose a more elaborated dress, the accessories you choose should not be a distraction from the dress.

Here a a few choices for each look.

If you want to keep it simple:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 Bouquet Style #AK97: A strapless organza gown with a sweetheart neckline. If you find it too simple, you can add a beaded or colored belt to it.
 

Style EK996. An organza drop waist gown, with a sweetheart neckline. You can also add a belt or this little lace bolero jacket.
This champagne satin gown is simple and so elegant, and should be combined with minimal accessories. Also available in white or ivory
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By |September 18th, 2013|Categories: Blog posts, Brides, Design, News, Photography, Style, Tips, Uncategorized, Videos, Wordpress||0 Comments

All eyes will be on your back!

It is one the most important moments of your life, and all eyes will be on you. (Maybe also on your groom, but mostly on you). You have invested so much time in looking just perfect for this special day; your hair, your make-up, your shoes, your bouquet and, most important: your dress!

So all eyes will be on you on your wedding day, but have you thought that for a good part of the ceremony, those eyes will be on your back?

That’s why the back of a wedding is just as important as the front. Here are few EddyK 2014 gowns with stunning and original backs. Whether you choose a classic, sexy or vintage look, for sure, nobody will be able to keep their eyes off you in any of those!

 

 

What do you think of these beautiful gowns? Which one is your favorite?

 

 

By |August 29th, 2013|Categories: Blog posts, Brides, Design, News, Photography, Style, Tips, Uncategorized, Videos, Wordpress||0 Comments