Pure Magnolia’s 2015 wedding dresses are stitched with love. It’s a love that embraces the diversity of body types and the beauty of the natural environment.
“The diversity in fabrics and styles helps make it easy for any bride to find their favorite. From sweet bohemian to classic mermaid there is an option for everyone,” says designer Patty Nayel.
Handmade in Vancouver, the Pure Magnolia 2015 dress collection is focused on the trend towards slim silhouettes. To embrace every bride from size 0-26, those silhouettes are matched with sweet heart, boatneck, and illusion necklines and styles that are strapless or have spaghetti straps, cap sleeves, and bra-friendly straps.
“Our real brides like to look fashionable but it’s more important for them to look naturally beautiful,” says Patty.
Their natural beauty is expressed in the style and the fabrics chosen. Most dresses are lined in 100% organic cotton so no matter if the bride is getting married on a beach, in a church, or in the snow, she’ll be comfortable. The beauty of those surroundings also impacts Pure Magnolia’s design sensibility.
“This season we saw an increase in the price of silk because it was particularly stormy in the areas where silk yarn is produced. The bad weather has actually created a world wide silk shortage,” explains Patty. “It reinforces that climate change affects us all. So while our brides are marrying the loves of the lives, we need to share that love with the environment too.”
Pure Magnolia gowns are available in 0-14 with select styles available up to size 26. Prices range from $650-$2450 and the collection is available at the Pure Magnolia Showroom (Vancouver, BC), the White Peony (Victoria, BC), NWL Regina (Regina, SK), Luxe Bridal Boutique (Ottawa, ON), Wed Altered (Cleveland, OH), and online at Ruby + Chic, the Green Bride Guide, and Pure Magnolia Couture on Etsy.
For more information please visit www.puremagnolia.ca.