Intricate beading heavily adorns the soft crepe illusion bodice of the 88090,otherwise known as Jocelyn. You will stun your guests as you sparkle walking down the aisle. The open keyhole back and beaded train completes the look.
We have a sample to try on in store to fit 8 – 14 in ivory/nude.
Justin Alexander started creating wedding dresses in 1946, when Hollywood screen sirens were embracing fashion and showing off the female form. Their design focus is vintage paired with progressive styling. This leads to some gorgeous detailing and some amazing textures.
Expect to pay £1200 – £1950 for a Justin Alexander number. With many sitting around £1500.
Clean Lines, Detailed Backs, Long Train
Plunge, V Neck