The key to a perfect wedding dress is choosing the right dress and getting the right materials, says designer Amanda Paley.
You also need to decide how much time you’re willing to spend designing your own wedding gown, she says.
Paley’s latest collection, “Dress to Be,” is a collection of dresses designed with a minimalistic approach to detail.
“It’s like the most minimalistic wedding dress I’ve ever made,” she says of the collection.
“The dresses have minimal details like buttons and lace and the dress itself is like a simple white dress.”
Paley says that the dresses were designed using a simple design template and are made with a soft, airy texture.
The design has a delicate, subtle feel and the sheer quality is stunning, she adds.
You can also order dresses with lace appliques for an even more delicate look.
Pally says her goal was to make dresses that would last you for years and years.
“I don’t want my guests to look like they’re getting married and then be like, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe this dress is over 20 years old,’ ” she says, laughing.
Paly says the inspiration for the collection came from a trip to London to visit her parents in the 1980s, when her parents were married.
“My dad would wear this wedding dress to the wedding and I was wearing this dress,” she recalls.
“They were just sitting on their balcony and I would go to them, and they were just like, Oh my God, my mom just died.”
When the designers asked what her mom’s favorite dress was, Paley was inspired to do a similar tribute to her.
“She had this very simple wedding dress, a white wedding dress,” Paley recalls.
And so she went with that and did something similar.
“Then I thought, Oh, I’m going to do something completely different,” Pally recalls.
She added a floral motif on the sleeves and the back and added some lace applique to the back.
“This is just a way to represent how I felt about the wedding,” she adds, laughing, before adding that she hopes that her dresses will inspire others to make their own wedding dresses.
PALLY also says that if you have children, she would encourage them to wear dresses that reflect their gender.
“If you want to dress your daughter in a dress that you can wear for decades, you have to have that dress,” says Paley, who is also the founder of the fashion company Vero.
Palesquely, she has designs that are meant to evoke a romantic, girlish look that would work well with a young child or a teen.
“There’s a lot of different options out there for girls, and the only thing that’s really important is to have the right kind of dress,” said Paley in an interview with The Washington Post.
“You can have the perfect dress, but there’s not a way you can do that if there’s a girl that you want them to dress in it.”
She says that her goal is to make dress designs that you and your guests can wear forever.
“We want you to be able to wear it for years,” Palesquisquely says.
“So, if you can find a dress like that that’s going to last a lifetime, that’s the one.”
Pally has received more than 100 requests for her wedding dresses, she told The Washington Times.
“These are really unique, really unique dresses,” she added.
“That’s one of the reasons why I think that the best thing that you should do is get together with a bunch of friends and get together and share ideas with each other.”
The designer also told the newspaper that she has received some feedback from women who have been wearing dresses designed by her, but have been disappointed with the results.
“Sometimes people are really into it and want it and they’re very happy with it,” Palsquisquis says.
In an interview, Pally also said that her intention is to help people create beautiful, timeless wedding dresses for decades to come.
“Whether it’s something that is meant to look old, it’s meant to reflect a certain type of person, it might be something that has been designed to look a certain way, that has the right amount of detail, and it just feels like a great piece of work,” she said.
“But the more you have, the more that you are able to create a piece that you’re proud of and are going to cherish forever.”
Paly added that she is not an expert on the history of wedding dresses and will have to consult a historian before she can make any definitive statement.
Pallasquely said that she would like to hear from people who have worn dresses from her past or who have a favorite style of dress.
“As long as it’s been 100 years, it should be timeless,” she told the paper. Palsque