Limor Rosen, a bridal couture designer based in Israel, was not known to me until I began my bridal research; since finding her, I find myself revisiting the website for more. In this collection, Birds Of Paradise, it’s not only the design that stands out to me, but also the presentation of it. Shot on location in Mexico, Birds Of Paradise is a captivating lookbook.
The first chosen gown is Sian; with beaded coral and branch applique’s against a V neck bodice, paired with silk chiffon ruched skirt with coral appliques at the waist, this look has a wonderful silhouette and frames the body nicely. The next gown, Mila, is a more dainty look, with floral applique lace with a deep neckline and a sequin racer back top. Matched with layers of ruched silk chiffon skirt, detailed with lace ribbon segments, this look has a very feminine vibe to it. Following that, we have the Adrian gown, intricate ivory branch embroidered tulle over nude and blush lining, fit to flare dress with a gorgeous train to follow; The modern and stylish fit is a inspiration for me.
The next gown, Harper, an off the shoulder top made of a fusion of beaded tulle and embroidered lace paired with a full beaded tulle skirt with a bold front slit, a look I have been working toward, the shabby but refined silhouette is a inspiration to me. The following gown, Skyler, is an interesting take on an otherwise traditional gown, the dainty floral applique lace with a deep neckline and a sequin racer back top make for a statement; matched with a delicate beaded tulle skirt and floral applique at the waist, this dress is a gorgeous addition. The next gown, Holly, struck me for having such an elegant silhouette, a beautiful floral lace corset paired with a mermaid silhouette lace skirt over blush lining.