Revolution is in the air… and we love it! Besotted by the new 2019 Revolution Collection for Spring 2019 from Ivy & Aster…
Ivy & Aster announced its launch of their latest line IxA as an extension of their main brand Ivy & Aster, which debuted in 2010. Designed in Atlanta, Ivy & Aster is a collection of bridal gowns, accessories and bridesmaid dresses born from happiness, laughter and love. Effortless femininity and an emphasis on sweet simplicity define this fashion-forward label, and we love their ethos too – Ivy & Aster fully supports female-based businesses at every step of production. A much-cherished favourite bridal label of choice for the Indie-boho bride, the latest Revolution Collection combines this carefree and whimsical attitude with fresh new takes on a more structured silhouette…
The line was created with sleek and sexy silhouettes in beautiful soft fabrics. Details such as beaded geometric lace, leather, studded rhinestone trims, and even colours such as rose gold, punctuated the collection making it perfect for a chic bridal look.
Gloriously opulent and decidedly sumptuous, we love this vision of peachy perfection in a rich, flocked design. The concealed pockets add a nod to modernity, as will teaming this gown with oversized costume jewellery for a real statement bridal look.
Accentuating va-va-voom curves is Ivy & Aster’s speciality and their sense of sheer delight in dressing the fabulous female form is captured beautifully here. Mila is sheer celebratory chic-ness with its plunging neckline and intricate panel at the waist.
If Grecian-goddess is your thing (and why wouldn’t it be?), then Sophia, the goddess of wisdom, makes this aptly-named gown the thinking bride’s choice! A thigh-high slash and unusual full-length beaded panel sets off this dress beautifully. Team with a statement pair of metallic sandals for a sizzling-hot look.
We saw Zoe and our hearts stopped just a little bit. And then they started again and we realised we’d just seen a true bridal vision. This author’s favourite gown so far this year, I love the head-to-toe sequin look with train and delicate spaghetti straps to boot. Just don’t wear boots.
See more of this dazzling new collection at ivyandaster.com.