Minimal & Refreshingly Simple New Wedding Dresses By FeelTimes

With a shift toward minimal and refreshingly simple wedding gown collections, modern brides are concentrating on a less-is-more method for their big day. Bringing fresh wedding wear to the modern bride, FeelTimes releases their second minimalist collection that stuns in simplicity and craftsmanship. Their 2022 wedding gown collection is made for the bride who seeks timeless attire.

FeelTimes creates gowns inspired by form and architecture. Each collection uses only three fabrics, using the belief that excess doesn't equal quality. The current collection features a supple crepe, and stretch satin lining, along with lightweight organza that allows the design to hold volume while remaining light and airy. They share a visual with contemporary ladies who want versatility in their big day look and within their lives.

What We Love

FeelTimes creates modern wedding gowns through quality design and couture-level fit. The tops are structured, meaning those strapless designs will remain put without feeling fussy. The waistlines are crisp, to accentuate your shape while enabling you to move throughout your big day.

We also love how FeelTimes' crepe fabric includes a thicker, soft, and smooth feel. Brides, which means a wrinkle-free search for your photos, even just in the fitted styles. Sizing runs from 0 – 26, and also the team does thorough testing with fit models to make sure their fit is certainly not short of exceptional.

We can't help but feel inspired by Panacea and her silk organza puff sleeves. This design is a structured-meets-whimsical fantasy. Other noteworthy looks include Aurora's perfectly full skirt and illusion cut-outs, and Gossamer's timeless square neckline.

Through simplicity, bridesmaid dresses will find their unique look, whether which means perfectly curated florals, jewelry that amplifies your personality, or pairing one of these simple clean looks having a stunning natural ceremony backdrop.

Essential Info

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