Friday, 1 August 2014

Drape me in silk and lace

Tallulah is lucky enough to have many blushing brides passing through our boudoir on the hunt for their special pieces of bridal lingerie. 

Creating lingerie looks for their wedding morning, day, night and honeymoon always comes with a sense of achievement and lots of fun! 

It's common that brides will have a photographer to capture the morning of their big day whilst they're pampered and having their hair and make-up done. 
At Tallulah we believe that it's a sin to be wearing a 'Terry Towelling' robe for these potentially beautiful moments. If you can't wrap your self in silk and lace on the morning of your wedding day then when can you? 

Draped beautifully in the window of our boudoir is one of my favourite bridal pieces that brings perfection and elegance to those dreamy morning preparations. 
Of course this little treasure can be re-worn time and time again on the honeymoon and beyond... Once it's draped around your shoulders you'll want to get married in it - trust me, it happens! 

Clementine Ivory Robe by Shell Belle Couture |

Clementine Ivory Robe by Shell Belle Couture |

The Clementine robe in dreamy ivory is 100% silk with the most gorge lace sleeve details. It's kimono inspired shape feels sublime against your body, even as a cover up it's slightly sheer material and the way it falls on the female shape is so sexy. 

Clementine has been gracing our window at Tallulah for a while now, paired with a spaghetti strap, full length silk gown in duck egg blue by the wonderful Christine Vancouver. 
These pieces together are sublime and I can't bring myself to take them out of their rightful place at the front of Tallulah.  

Close up details on the dreamy Clementine robe by Shell Belle Couture 

Perfectly sheer | Clementine robe by Shell Belle Couture 

Gorge pairing with Shell Belle Couture's Clementine Robe and Christine Vancouver's silk gown

Beautiful sheer lace detail on the sleeves | Clementine Ivory Robe by Shell Belle Couture

Light looks so much better when shining through ivory silk and lace, don't you agree? 

Happy day dreaming!