This fashion brand continues to push boundaries this year with new looks for practical modern brides. Principal designer Meichi Phoon has introduced fresh designs to the Infinity Wedding Gown series and gorgeous bespoke gowns that are both exquisite and practical to wear.
An Infinity Wedding Gown transforms seamlessly into multiple looks, perfect for contemporary brides who prefer versatility, elegance, comfort and practicality in one dress.
The bride has the flexibility to create many looks by picking a base gown of her choice to be paired with various toppers, overlays and underlays.
This seamless transformation from one look to another with just one gown allows every bride to shine in her own personality.
The collection also sees an injection of new colours for brides who wish to be different including the Deana, a nude-coloured strapless base gown which changes its look and colour to champagne or blush seamlessly with add-on toppers.
Trending colours in 2019 like sage and coral have also been used for brides who wish to move away from the usual reds and navys for evening wear.
Modern silhouettes also come into play with a bridal jumpsuit that can easily be used well beyond the wedding.
Statement Emcee Bridal creations this year also feature the designer’s signature detailing like charming botanical bead embroidery, as well as patch laces that make each dress unique.
Meichi’s signature cheongsam cut also sees a comeback this year with creative tailoring for that perfect fit.