Sarah Seven opened her bridal runway show for spring with 12 special-occasion looks from her ready-to-wear collection, which included floral-print separates and matching skirts and cropped-top sets meant to be worn throughout the wedding weekend. Next, she presented a series of wedding gowns from her Gold Label line, for brides who like a clean, minimalistic look with a hint of boho — think lace cropped tops with skirts, sequined column gowns and a velvet-embroidered spaghetti-strap number cut on the bias. The show ended with a dozen romantic looks from her namesake collection in more traditional strapless and off-the-shoulder shapes with fitted bustiers and tulle ball skirts.

By  on April 18, 2015

Sarah Seven opened her bridal runway show for spring with 12 special-occasion looks from her ready-to-wear collection, which included floral-print separates and matching skirts and cropped-top sets meant to be worn throughout the wedding weekend. Next, she presented a series of wedding gowns from her Gold Label line, for brides who like a clean, minimalistic look with a hint of boho — think lace cropped tops with skirts, sequined column gowns and a velvet-embroidered spaghetti-strap number cut on the bias. The show ended with a dozen romantic looks from her namesake collection in more traditional strapless and off-the-shoulder shapes with fitted bustiers and tulle ball skirts.

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