kookla wedding dresses

What bride does­n’t strive to look per­fect on her big day? How­ev­er, it is very dif­fi­cult to achieve the ide­al in every­thing, espe­cial­ly con­sid­er­ing that every­one has their own lim­its. Today, styl­ists have found the best solu­tion to this prob­lem. Pro­fes­sion­als sug­gest that the most demand­ing fash­ion­istas, when choos­ing a wed­ding dress, turn to an image in the style of a doll. Such a solu­tion always allows you to empha­size all the best qual­i­ties, hide flaws, and also give the appear­ance of incred­i­ble beau­ty. After all, dolls are always per­fect.

But what wed­ding dress to choose if you need to turn your­self into a doll? Today, one of the glob­al brands that one hun­dred per­cent meet the high­est demands of even the most capri­cious fash­ion­istas is the Kook­la brand. Kook­la wed­ding dress­es are a dream come true. In such out­fits, design­ers empha­size the com­bi­na­tion of play­ful­ness, child­ish naivety and fun with sophis­ti­ca­tion and beau­ty. With the help of a wed­ding dress of a pop­u­lar brand, any girl can trans­form into a princess, a mer­maid, a fairy. Basi­cal­ly, fash­ion design­ers use the clas­sic basics in the cut of each mod­el. This solu­tion allows the out­fit to always remain fash­ion­able and pop­u­lar. But in order to also empha­size orig­i­nal­i­ty, design­ers use addi­tions already in a spe­cif­ic top­ic. The image of Bar­bie is empha­sized by pink decor, flo­ral dec­o­ra­tions. Lovers of the trends of past years can dec­o­rate their out­fit with retro, renais­sance and oth­er ele­ments. Also, Kook­la dress­es dif­fer in the mate­ri­als used. Design­ers pre­fer main­ly satin and silk, dec­o­rat­ed with lace and tulle. This solu­tion is incred­i­bly prac­ti­cal, and has been fixed for wed­ding para­pher­na­lia for a long time.

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Brand Kookla

The famous design­er Tatyana Kpalun became the founder of the famous Kook­la brand. The deci­sion to use tra­di­tion­al clas­sic sil­hou­ettes with a fluffy skirt brought great pop­u­lar­i­ty to the brand of wed­ding dress­es. Simul­ta­ne­ous­ly with this approach, the name of the brand also came, because the dress­es tru­ly resem­ble pup­pet dress­es.

Kook­la wed­ding dress col­lec­tions use only high qual­i­ty Ital­ian fab­rics and French lace. The main idea of ​​the brand is based on tra­di­tion­al white out­fits, but pas­tel shades of cream, pink and sand are also used. The Kook­la brand stands for lux­u­ry and ele­gance, close­ly inter­twined with high qual­i­ty.