Sunday, March 16, 2014
The Goddess-like hooded cape was a great alternative to the expected veil. One gown had an interesting, almost sporty neckline of lace. THEIA's signature delicate laser cut petals embellished a fairy light gown. A trumpet skirt hem revealed a rich tulle ruffled back train. If the long white gown really isn't your style, an intricately embroidered tunic and satin pants was a great option.
Not into white? There was a group of gorgeous gold dresses for divas who like to shine down the altar or red carpet.
What I love about Don O'Neill's THEIA gowns are that they are flattering and accessible to bodies of all types. Sure, tall thin models are wearing them on the runway, but many of the looks have stretch, hide and accent key areas and also built to accommodate structured undergarments. Celebrities like Gabourey Sidibe recently looked like a queen during the Oscars, Oprah Winfrey also wore THEIA the year before.
Photos from THEIA