Original and unconventional, the Scarlett gown owes its particularity to its lace, a geometric guipure lace with a floral design that recalls cherry trees, and to the low-rise cut. The waistline is highlighted by a very thin belt, while the half circle georgette skirt gives it lightness and fluidity.
The lace is enhanced even more by the use of a blush lining, which creates contrast and highlights the very particular design of the lace.
The dress is finally completed by a sophisticated plunging neckline on the back closed by a row of buttons.
Perfect for a bride with a boho soul, we imagine it combined with an updo hairstyle to enhance the neckline on the back, and with a messy wildflowers bouquet.