Help Design the Upcoming Collection for Eugenia Couture

by Lindsey on 07.02.13

in Bridal Style

Any of you brides out there think that they have a designer ‘eye’?  Well the ladies at Eugenia Couture want to hear from you.  Fall market is quickly approaching and what better way to create an interactive designer collection that have readers and brides choose which gown will go into production for the upcoming season! Eugenia Couture is a mother daughter team created by Eugenia and Barbara Vasiliadis. These classically designed gowns are all eco-friendly wedding gowns, produced completely in the United States. All Eugenia Couture gowns created with a ‘zero waste’ design philosophy meaning that every scrap of fabric is used either in that bridal gown or in the next wedding dress- perhaps to create a bit of embellishment or an interesting all over detail or texture.

Want to know how to vote?  Super easy!  The three sketches and descriptions are below. Just place your “vote” in a comment to the blog and we will be sending them to the designer.

Sketch 1  is a heavily crystal beaded bodice with a natural waist and bateau neckline. The full charmeuse skirt features pleating radiating from the waistline.

 

Sketch 2 is a sheer crystal beaded halter bodice over a Chantilly lace strapless sheath. Tulle is draped over the Chantilly to soften the look.


Sketch 3 is an Alencon lace fit-n-flair with a Queen Anne neckline and front keyhole over a shirred chiffon bust. Gathered chiffon peeks through an open panel of lace in the center front skirt.

How can you choose just one?  Everyone over here can’t decide which one we like the most. Have fun and happy dress voting.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Cindy 07.02.13 at 4:32 pm

You’re right…too hard to choose…but I’d go with the first one. It will flatter most body types…the other 2 would have to go onto specific body types which most ladies wouldn’t look so hot on ( just sayin…honesty is tough sometimes, ya know?)
Plus the first one would fit a variety of themes and formalities of wedding…the other 2 choices wouldn’t work well at all with say a shabby chic or barn wedding.

Sally 07.02.13 at 4:43 pm

#3 is not my cup of tea, but I love #s 1 and 2! 2’s probably my fave, but I agree with the previous poster that #1 is probably the most universal.

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