Wedding dress brands

Italian wedding dresses

Choos­ing a dress for the bride — there is noth­ing more impor­tant than this process. The choice of an Ital­ian dress is a rit­u­al, the result of which will be the trans­for­ma­tion of an ordi­nary girl into a beau­ti­ful god­dess. She will not be equal in beau­ty all over the world. What is Italy ready to offer us?

Wedding dress from Lanest with lace


Chia­rade is the brand to start with in the Ital­ian bridal fash­ion indus­try. Each dress con­tains the his­to­ry of three gen­er­a­tions, and not just a fem­i­nine image and all the lux­u­ry that Ital­ian mas­ters are capa­ble of.

Since its incep­tion, the brand has not left its lead­er­ship posi­tion, con­stant­ly prov­ing its abil­i­ty to cre­ate fab­ric mas­ter­pieces.

Chia­rade’s dress­es fea­ture the finest fab­rics and laces, sourced from var­i­ous coun­tries. If there is embroi­dery, then it is cre­at­ed by the hands of skilled craftswomen, and not by soul­less machines. The dec­o­ra­tion is dom­i­nat­ed by crys­tals from Swarovs­ki him­self.

Wedding dress from Chariad with lace

Nobody dares to call Chia­rade just a fash­ion label or a well-known brand, because it is an Ital­ian fash­ion house that has tak­en the lib­er­ty of inter­twin­ing inno­v­a­tive solu­tions with cen­turies-old tra­di­tions, and mod­ern trends with the expe­ri­ence of great mas­ters.

Franc Sarabia

Franc Sara­bia is asso­ci­at­ed with smooth silk, so beau­ti­ful that it does­n’t even need fin­ish­ing, and the finest lace that can be found in the world. A lot of dress­es are cre­at­ed with bare shoul­ders and back, a deep neck­line and very, well, just very long trains.

Wedding dress by Franc Sarabia with a slit

The decor used is usu­al­ly as expres­sive and bright as the dress­es them­selves — large flo­ral ele­ments, minia­ture pearl but­tons, col­lect­ed in long rows. The dress­es often have a fit­ted bodice, and the waist is framed by an empire line.

In all mod­els, with­out excep­tion, the basis is made up of bold lines, which con­tain sen­su­al­i­ty. No one has been so suc­cess­ful in cre­at­ing an A‑silhouette — sen­su­al, sub­tle, beau­ti­ful.

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Wedding dress from Franc Sarabia straight

All mod­els from Franc Sara­bia shine with impec­ca­bil­i­ty, in which for the most part long dress­es in snow-white or milky shades pre­dom­i­nate. Such sim­ple white out­fits with con­trast­ing ele­ments in the form of belts or rib­bons become inter­est­ing and mys­te­ri­ous. The pres­ence of Chan­til­ly lace brings solem­ni­ty with it, mak­ing the bride roman­tic and even a lit­tle erot­ic. And all this, mind you, does not con­tra­dict clas­si­cal tra­di­tions.

Alessandro couture

Alessan­dro cou­ture is the cre­ation of design­er Alessan­dro Angelozzi. He has an advan­tage over oth­er design­ers — he under­stands well what women want and what attracts men. There­fore, the bride in dress­es from this design­er always looks bold, pas­sion­ate and sen­su­al.

Wedding dress by alessandro angelozzi with veil

Fash­ion design­er Alessan­dro Angelozzi has been pre­sent­ing his cre­ations to the world for 15 years. His col­lec­tions are released reg­u­lar­ly, and their chic is con­stant­ly increas­ing. A fea­ture of the brand was a clear com­bi­na­tion of incom­pat­i­ble things that con­tra­dict each oth­er — sex­u­al­i­ty and clas­sic sil­hou­ettes.

Nicole Fashion Group

Lux­u­ri­ous wed­ding dress­es made of expen­sive Ital­ian fab­rics from Nicole Fash­ion Group annu­al­ly win the hearts of brides in all cor­ners of the world. This brand is head­ed by Car­lo Cav­al­lo and Alessan­dra Rin­au­do — tal­ent­ed fash­ion design­ers. Lux­u­ri­ous and ele­gant col­lec­tions cre­at­ed by them are intend­ed for roman­tic and styl­ish girls.

Atelier Aimee

For more than 50 years, the fash­ion house Ate­lier Aimee, which means “beloved” in French, although it refers to Italy, has been pleas­ing with its cre­ations. Dur­ing this time, it has become a tra­di­tion for Brad to cre­ate three col­lec­tions every year at once.

Although the prin­ci­ples of design and the orga­ni­za­tion of the pro­duc­tion process are com­mon and invi­o­lable, yet each col­lec­tion is char­ac­ter­ized by com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent direc­tions and a unique style.

Wedding dress by Atelier Aimee with lace top

The secret of the brand’s pop­u­lar­i­ty lies in the care­ful study of mod­els, their mod­el­ing and tai­lor­ing on mod­ern equip­ment. Out­fits, along with acces­sories, are made in our own fac­to­ry by qual­i­fied tai­lors and cut­ters who put their soul into every ele­ment, every detail.

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Morbar brand

The Mor­bar brand was cre­at­ed in Flo­rence by Alberti­na Moradei. The cre­ation of dress­es is based on com­plex mod­el­ing and atten­tion to all details, even the small­est ones.

Wedding dress from Morbar color

The fash­ion house Mor­bar is based on the work of three gen­er­a­tions. The line of wed­ding clothes ALLEGRA released under this brand is sym­bol­ic, as it is designed for brides from the third mil­len­ni­um. Free lines pre­vail in such out­fits along the entire length of the mod­els, cre­at­ed from nat­ur­al and high-qual­i­ty, and maybe even pre­cious fab­rics.

Ugo Zaldi

Hugo Zal­di is anoth­er flam­boy­ant brand in Ital­ian fash­ion that was cre­at­ed by chance. The essence of this brand lies in the avail­abil­i­ty of mod­els. Every girl has the right to look the way she would like, despite the finan­cial pos­si­bil­i­ties. It is too cru­el to lim­it a woman to finan­cial lim­its — this is the opin­ion of the chief design­er of the brand.

The brand was found­ed 15 years ago, and a few years lat­er the French work­shop began to func­tion. Anoth­er three years have passed and there are already three hun­dred offi­cial places for the sale of afford­able, mag­nif­i­cent and divine­ly lux­u­ri­ous Ital­ian dress­es that are the embod­i­ment of girl­ish dreams.


Striv­ing for per­fec­tion, the founders of the Lanes­ta brand opt­ed for a com­bi­na­tion of incon­gru­ous qual­i­ties and styles in wed­ding dress­es. Their mod­els are clas­sic and at the same time mod­ern, sophis­ti­cat­ed and sexy, gen­tle and tem­pera­men­tal.

A-line wedding dress from Lanesta

Design­ers are con­stant­ly look­ing for inter­est­ing and unique solu­tions, they use new tech­nolo­gies and top qual­i­ty mate­ri­als for tai­lor­ing dress­es.

Each out­fit is a com­mon vision and idea of ​​the entire design team, the har­mo­ny of con­tra­dic­tions, a real work of art.

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Wedding dress from Lanesta

Amelia Sposa

Amelia Sposa, like a mag­net, attracts the eyes of enchant­ed girls and aston­ished men:

Wedding dress by Amelia Sposa
  1. If the brand’s design­ers cre­ate a mer­maid, then it will def­i­nite­ly be the most seduc­tive.
  2. The trains of such dress­es can be flow­ing (tulle), play­ful (lace) or allur­ing (organ­za).
  3. Often, mod­els have open backs, which is always a good and rel­e­vant option. The brand’s arse­nal also includes puffy styles, tak­en from the clas­sics, but endowed with an unusu­al shape — large volu­mi­nous ros­es that occu­py the entire area of ​​​​the skirt, or bold ver­sions in the Vera Wang style.
  4. Fin­ish­ing is care­ful­ly select­ed for each dress.

Max Mara

Max Mara skill­ful­ly com­bines lacon­ic styles with inter­est­ing and some­times even unusu­al ele­ments to pro­vide its admir­ers with a kind of wed­ding cock­tail.

A-line wedding dress by Max Mara

Each bride will find tra­di­tion­al dress­es with unusu­al ele­ments, top­i­cal dress­es with knee length, peplum mod­els and much more. Design­ers use corsets, bead­ed embroi­dery and threads of moth­er-of-pearl shades.

A con­fi­dent “no” was said to huge pet­ti­coats and volu­mi­nous tulle. There is no unam­bi­gu­i­ty in the choice of col­or — white col­ors are used along with pur­ple and oth­er, more unusu­al and uncon­ven­tion­al shades.

Antonio Riva

Anto­nio Riva also decid­ed to make the com­bi­na­tion of tra­di­tion­al and inno­v­a­tive lines the secret of his suc­cess. Dress­es of this brand are aimed at empha­siz­ing the fig­ure, or rather its mer­its.

The process of cre­at­ing out­fits is based on three pil­lars:

  • exclu­sive­ly nat­ur­al fab­rics;
  • pre­dom­i­nant­ly hand­made;
  • absolute­ly indi­vid­ual approach.
Wedding dresses by Antonio Riva

This allows the brand to present only unique dress­es in exquis­ite vari­a­tions. Roy­als and mem­bers of the elite of soci­ety choose out­fits from Anto­nio Riva for impor­tant events — and this indi­cates a lot.

Ital­ian cre­ations have always been val­ued in the world and con­sid­ered an exam­ple to fol­low. This rule also applies to wed­ding fash­ion.