Every bride wishes for the perfect wedding day, complete with the perfect dress. Astronomical wedding gown prices can mar that dream, but designer wedding dresses don’t have to break the bank. In fact, there are Allure bridals in Toronto that are as affordable as they are lovely. Designs from Mori Lee in Toronto can similarly be found. Between these seven styles for every style, there is no reason why a bride cannot have the dress of her dreams.
V- Neck Allure Bridals
Costs of wedding dresses in Toronto can be steep, but now when it comes to these three v-neck Allure Bridal designs. Style #887 is a simple A-line with a natural waist and taffeta, complete with a beaded back. It is a hot deal at $1,401. Style # 824 is a more classic look with its satin ball gown design, but it’s off shoulder straps give it a modern twist. It is currently offered at $1,049. Style #1319 is a modern fashionista fit with its empire waist, plunging neckline, open back and complete lace coverage. This sophisticated design, a fit and flare model, is on sale for $1,400.
High Neck Allure Bridal
For the classic bride who enjoys elegance but also modesty, there is style #826. The design is among the fit and flare style of bridal dresses in Toronto, but it is also the popular mermaid design, flaring out at the bottom to mimic the tail of the sea creature. Its fabric is a lace and English net composite with sheer neck and back panels, a gentle sweeping lace pattern grazing the fabric and a single row of pearl buttons clasping the dress down the back. It features short, scalloped sleeves and a thin row of beads at the waist for definition and added texture. The special price for this Allure dress is $1,299.
Mori Lee Styles
Each Mori Lee style for the bride on a budget features the elegance expected from the line, but that is where similarities end. At $1,290, style #725, a fit and flare gown, is the v-shaped picture of sophistication. It features wide straps, elegant lace patterns and a sheer back panel divided by a single strand of pearl beads. Style #712 is a bargain at $590. The strapless sweetheart gown tapers off into a flowing organza skirt, while the bodice itself is bordered with stylish iridescent beads. Style #922 costs between $1000 and $1500 and features a natural waistline and boat neck. The Mori Lee design consists of a wide-strapped, lacy bodice and dreamy tulle skirt that flows to the floor.
The designs offered are beautiful, genuine designer dresses created by some of the most popular dressmakers in the wedding circuit. Price, not quality, is the only thing cut in each style. Brides have enough on their minds without worrying over the cost of the dress they wear on the most important day of their lives. Luckily, each of these dresses combines beauty with budget, something that any bride can appreciate.
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