There are Tuesdays, and then there are Tuesdays spent soaking in the newest Look Book collection from Limor Rosen Bridal Couture… and that’s a Tuesday we can get on board with.  Think intricate details, carefully selected fabrics and a craftsmanship that is unparalleled.  It’s a collection of gowns that are as feminine as they are graceful, all with a sweet side of romance. Scroll below for a look.

Crafted in their flagship studio in Tel Aviv, the Limor Rosen Bridal Couture Collection is as creative as it is stunning.  I’m talking breathtaking beading and embellishments, feminine lace and flowing silhouettes that are straight from a fairy tale.  Which makes total sense, since each gown is created by a (genius) designer who has the amazing ability to turn clothing into literal works of art. From the beaded pearl crop top of the Bianca to the stunning high neck of the Olivia to the elegant blush-hued Charlotte, the Limor Rosen Bridal Couture Collection has a gown for everyone.


Whether you’re looking for that perfect ballgown for your cathedral wedding or a sassy crop top that will leave all of your guests talking, the newest Limor Rosen Bridal Couture Collection most definitely has the dress of your dreams.  Head to the Look Book NOW to start perusing the pretty and visit Limor Rosen Bridal Couture here for a complete list of US retailers for a bridal store near you.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Photoshoot at The Westin St. Francis in San Francisco for Ceremony Magazine

 Bridal Fashion editorial  November 2015


“5 Bay Area bridal salons that make shopping special” by Maggie Winterfeldt


Updated 10:47 am, Friday, May 30, 2014

“Nouvelle Vogue in San Mateo is for the bride who wants to shop beyond the mainstream.”

“A glass of Champagne used to be enough to make the bridal gown shopping experience special. Today, Bay Area brides expect more than bubbly at the boutique. From dress selection to sales approach, modern brides want a shopping experience as unique as they are. We’ve evaluated the Bay Area bridal market and found the best boutiques for every style, budget and shopping predilection. ”

Nouvelle Vogue

Nouvelle Vogue established itself as the place to discover the next big European designer when it introduced Californians to Jenny Packham years ago. She’s since become a major name in bridal. Today, sophisticated brides who want to shop beyond the mainstream flock to the intimate boutique for its international selection of feminine frocks by Rosa Clara, Sarah Houston and Cymbeline of Paris, among others. Prices: $3,500 to $8,500, with most between $3,800 and $5,500.

241 S. San Mateo Drive, San Mateo, (650) 347-3444.

Maggie Winterfeldt is a San Francisco freelance writer and blogs at the Editorialist.

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