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I want a Mexican / Spanish inspired wedding dress!

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Thanks everyone!! I really appreciate all these suggestions. I have yet to buy a bridal magazine and I've been engaged since JUNE!! I have been postponing this piece b/c I want to lock in a date but now I'm getting really excited w/ all these tips!!

 

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hahahahaha! Morgan, you're too funny!

The Monique Lhuillier Claire was the dress that inspired me to want lace. Unfortunately I think it's older & I couldn't find it anywhere.

Used Monique Lhuillier Wedding Dress Claire, Size 4

 

Anyway, I ended up with my much-more-affordable version from DB & I love it. Of course, now seeing that gorgeous flamenco-inspired number above I may have to reconsider. :)

 

You know, I think the bridal mags are overrated. I bought one, like 3 months after we got engaged, and I didn't like 1 dress in it. I did much better searching the internet to get ideas. Are you in the city? I went to RK bridal & they were really helpful.

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This is the David's Bridal copy of that dress. Also have you seen Erudice and Columba by Pronovias? I dont know your budget exactly but if it doesnt extend so far off im sure some of the ladies in the forum have posted about their China made lace replicas and im sure you can find one of the sites that can make the dress and have it fit your budget. I bought my AHR dress from Landy Bridal and had a great experience with them.

Not sure about this site as i have not bought anything from them but maybe look at the design and see if its sorta what you want Design#1.
I LOVE both of these dresses. I haven't tried on the DB one yet, but I've had my eye on it since the first time I saw it on the website.

I wonder about that littlecoral.com website. I searched reviews on google and it seems to be ok, but I don't know yet. I saw a couple dresses I really liked and they are super cheap!

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Try the San Patrick - Edimburgo dress. Everytime someone sees a picture of me in it, they say how it looks likes a Spanish dancer dress, or it's very Mexican!



This dress is gorgeous!!! I wish I would have seen this before I went shopping!

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I would check out Rosa Clara. She is a designer that used to work for Pro-Novias and is amazing. I saw her dresses from her Aire collection in NYC during a trunk show. Lots of lace and very Spanish design elements. Check out her Aire collection at Aire Collection. Under "Our Collections", go to Aire Barcelona and look for the design named "Burgos". I think it's super flamenco-inspired. Of course, she's got sooooo many beautiful dresses!

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