The One Shoulder Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress, Brooklyn!

January 28, 2019

The One Shoulder Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress, Brooklyn!

After months of deigning and redesigning - we would now like to introduce you to our favourite dress of 2O19 and explain why we designed her the way we did.

The biggest problem facing us with previous one shouldered dresses, was that our bridesmaids with a good set of boobs, never felt like they where supported with only having one strap. 

So how can we fix this with our new design? 

With Brooklyn, we decided to make the top part of the dress both thicker and taller to harness in dem puppies, and also give more support.

One Shoulder Brooklyn Bridesmaid Dress

 

This dress pattern is covering the majority of our bridesmaids torso, so there is plenty of room for your everyday bra to fit inside without being seen - even although I always express that with our designs you don't have to wear a bra since we sculpt the bust and add padding!

Obviously because we have 'widened' the top pattern, it could look unflattering on some body shapes. SO to combat this we made the waist band slightly higher than where it would normally sit. 

This means that we are emphasizing 80% of ladies smallest part - the bottom of the ribs. This works particularly well for apple or pear shaped ladies as it will pull you in at your smallest area before flowing over your wobblily bits - so no need for spanx! 

And you will all be happy to know that our Brooklyn dress has a zip at the back. So no need to worry about getting your skin caught in a side zip!

 

Brooklyn is now available to buy in store and on our website here:

Brooklyn 8 - 18

Brooklyn Sizes 20 - 28

With special thanks to 

Photography: Alps. Website :https://www.whitecherrie.co.uk/ Instagram: @white_cherrie_photography

Venue: Macdonald Houston House

Models: Holly Mcallister - @hollymcallisterrr, Hollie Harrison - @hollieharrison_, Molly Mazs - @mollymazs

Make Up: @makeupbyhollymcallister , be_beautiful_by_hollie & loriburtmakeup

Dress Designed by: Holly Sneddon & Kayleigh Bidwell