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Wedding dresses from Rosa Clara
A dress for the bride by no means can be called just a solemn attire. To make it eas­i­er to choose a mod­el, you should first decide on a design­er whose col­lec­tions most close­ly match the nature of the bride and reflect her inner world. The Rosa Clara com­pa­ny, or rather its cre­ations, enjoys good suc­cess.
Wedding dress with lace top from Rosa Clara


When a very small bou­tique entire­ly ded­i­cat­ed to bridal fash­ion opened in the beau­ti­ful city of Barcelona in 1994, no one could have imag­ined how big it would grow. Now it is a whole com­pa­ny that coop­er­ates with the most famous design­ers. For exam­ple, the whole of 1995 was almost com­plete­ly devot­ed to work­ing with a design­er from Spain, Jesús del Pozo.
After this suc­cess­ful col­lab­o­ra­tion from 1996 to 2010, Rosa Clara began to devel­op new mod­els togeth­er with Chris­t­ian Lacroix and Karl Lager­feld, while not leav­ing oth­er mas­ters of the world of wed­ding fash­ion with­out atten­tion.
Lace wedding dress from Rose Clara 2015
Rosa Clara owes her suc­cess to her strong desire to bring her unique vision of wed­ding and evening wear to the fash­ion world. She admits that she was only half a design­er, the oth­er half was entre­pre­neur­ship. Busi­ness acu­men helped in many ways to con­quer the world’s podi­ums.
Rosa Clara

Common features of dresses from Rosa Clara

It is becom­ing pop­u­lar among design­ers, brands, brands and entire fash­ion hous­es to make their out­fits rec­og­niz­able among hun­dreds of oth­er equal­ly beau­ti­ful mod­els. Nat­u­ral­ly, the col­lec­tions from Rosa Clara are also unit­ed by com­mon ele­ments:
    • even very dif­fer­ent dress­es are unit­ed by a sin­gle style;
    • Rosa Clara’s pas­sion is lace, and very thin and del­i­cate, which lit­er­al­ly merges with the skin of the bride;
    • although there is a vari­ety in the mod­els, but still long and puffy skirts are pre­sent­ed in the major­i­ty. Not every design­er turns out such mod­els as ele­gant, and not pompous and pompous;
    • you will not be able to find an unsuc­cess­ful dress in the col­lec­tions of Rosa Clara, with exces­sive decor, inap­pro­pri­ate ele­ments, with­out a sea­soned style. In each mod­el, restraint, opti­mal rig­or, and indeed, every­thing that should form the basis for cre­at­ing a dress, is felt.
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combination options for a bride with a diadem. How to style curls for a wedding with a short veil?

Rosa Clara 2013

The basis for cre­ative work in 2013 for Rosa Clara was white col­or and translu­cent fab­rics. Such weight­less ele­ments found a place on the skirts and shoul­ders of brides.
Wedding dress from Rosa Clara 2013 with lace corset
Lush mod­els of pale pink and blue col­ors looked spec­tac­u­lar against the back­ground of airy out­fits.
You can’t blame the lack of aris­toc­ra­cy, and for many experts, the mod­els from Rosa Clara even evoked dis­tant asso­ci­a­tions with a tutu.
Wedding dress from Rosa Clara 2013 midi
A lot of images are com­ple­ment­ed by lace gloves that adorn mod­est frills. Often there are flow­ers and rhine­stones as dec­o­ra­tion, and some­times tex­tured fab­ric and an open back become the main dec­o­ra­tion of the out­fit.
And the biggest field for exper­i­ments was a‑shaped skirts with a train.
But this col­lec­tion is also notable for short wed­ding dress­es in the style of min­i­mal­ism.
Wedding dress from Rosa Clara 2013 mini

Rosa Clara 2014

Col­lec­tions from the com­pa­ny Rosa Clara are not for­got­ten, do not fade into the back­ground and do not lose their rel­e­vance. Fans of straight sil­hou­ettes and the Empire style are still turn­ing their gaze towards the 2014 col­lec­tion.
Lush one-shoulder wedding dress from Rosa Clara 2014
Two con­cepts were embod­ied in the cre­ation of mod­els: sophis­ti­ca­tion and sim­plic­i­ty. It is worth not­ing that out­fits with pock­ets have become a trend in this col­lec­tion.
Curi­ous and com­plete­ly new ele­ments are freely flow­ing fab­rics, with­out which one would not even talk about light­ness. Embroi­dery has tak­en a spe­cial place in the col­lec­tion. These ele­ments are made by hand and bring a touch of exclu­siv­i­ty.

Rosa Clara 2015

It’s no secret that the ideas for many suc­cess­ful col­lec­tions come from past fash­ion trends. So the 2015 col­lec­tion was most­ly based on what was worn in the 50s. Wedding dress 2015 from Rosa Clara with american armhole
The com­pa­ny invit­ed the brides to dress in ele­gant and very fit­ted dress­es, throw­ing aside fluffy skirts. Although the clas­sic fit well into such inter­est­ing dress­es, even despite the use of mika­do and satin.
In the 2015 col­lec­tion, spe­cial atten­tion is paid to the open back. If the cel­e­bra­tion takes place in the sum­mer, the bride is com­fort­able in such an out­fit, not hot, and the frank­ness of the out­fit does not go beyond the bounds of decen­cy.
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copper wedding
Even for an offi­cial cer­e­mo­ny, you can choose a dress with a cutout on the back, which will be more closed and strict in front. And even in the clas­sics it was pos­si­ble to weave a neck­line on the back, dec­o­rat­ed with lace ele­ments. The pres­ence of a V‑neck, which car­ries ele­gance, only enhances the impres­sion of the image.

Rosa Clara 2016

There is no com­peti­tor to lace among all fab­rics when it comes to roman­ti­cism. This open­work, airy and sim­ply mag­i­cal fab­ric trans­forms the base and cre­ates the right mood. The new col­lec­tion has sev­er­al such inter­est­ing mod­els.
Wedding dress 2016 with a slit
The col­lec­tion is filled with courage, but nev­er­the­less it does not con­tra­dict the prin­ci­ples of cre­at­ing clas­sics. Whether it’s an orig­i­nal skirt or unex­pect­ed­ly orig­i­nal straps. If the dress is made of satin, then the embroi­dery makes it inter­est­ing.
An open corset looks very good with dou­ble straps that fall over the fore­arm area.
Wedding dress with double straps
If you con­sid­er your­self a roman­tic mod­est nature, then a closed dress with a mul­ti-lay­ered skirt or a straight line will be appro­pri­ate. Every bride has a dif­fi­cult choice to make, because every dress is of inter­est, and some even admi­ra­tion.
A suc­cess­ful solu­tion, which only added to the pop­u­lar­i­ty of the col­lec­tion, was embroi­dery using large beads. It focus­es on a fig­ured neck­line that opens up the back.
Wedding dress 2016 with open back In some mod­els, this dec­o­ra­tive ele­ment is made to match the dress, but there are also mod­els in which the embroi­dery has a gold­en hue.
In the 2016 sea­son, the Rosa Clara design­ers used translu­cent inserts that do not give posi­tions, giv­ing them a new life. The com­bi­na­tion of translu­cent fab­ric and deep cuts, and even togeth­er with an unusu­al cut, is a com­plete suc­cess.

SOFT by Rosa

The SOFT by Rosa Clara line of wed­ding dress­es is char­ac­ter­ized by lay­er­ing and lace trim. The fab­ric is so thin that it empha­sizes the ten­der­ness and ele­gance of the bride in the best way.
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A dozen bridal fashion trends
Per­fec­tion is vis­i­ble in every detail of the out­fit, which has become the main rule for the famous brand Rosa Clara.

Two by Rosa Clara

Refined natures will find the per­fect dress for them­selves in the Two by Rosa Clara col­lec­tion. Only nat­u­ral­ness and lux­u­ry, indi­vid­u­al­i­ty and sophis­ti­ca­tion along with sophis­ti­ca­tion — that’s what the mod­els of this one-of-a-kind col­lec­tion are woven from.
Mermaid wedding dress from Two by Rosa Clara
By the way, she is sur­pris­ing­ly acces­si­ble to a wide range of brides. But that does­n’t make the Two by Rosa Clara mod­els less mag­i­cal and exclu­sive. If the bride is dressed in a dress from Rosa Clara, then it will be impos­si­ble to stop admir­ing her.
The design­ers who work for Rosa Clara always man­age to achieve the per­fect com­bi­na­tion of clas­sic ele­gance and fash­ion trends. To be con­vinced of the verac­i­ty of this state­ment, it is enough to care­ful­ly study the Two by Rosa Clara dress­es, released in 2015.
Princess style wedding dress from Two by Rosa Clara 2015
The invari­ably fem­i­nine A‑line, which was bor­rowed in the 50s of the last cen­tu­ry, was tak­en as the basis. But it is the rel­e­vant and skill­ful­ly used details that have made it once again pop­u­lar and attrac­tive to mod­ern brides.
Wedding dress in the style of the 50s
There are many inno­va­tions, they are dif­fer­ent and very bold: start­ing with cuts that are not only frank, but also unusu­al, and end­ing with hid­den pock­ets, unusu­al­ly large bows and lace. A very right deci­sion would be to choose a Two by Rosa Clara 2015 and 2016 dress for your wed­ding.
Well, that’s where else you can find dress­es as beau­ti­ful as Rosa Clara releas­es. There are no oth­er fab­rics, except for soft and nat­ur­al, in any cre­ation from this com­pa­ny. Noble silk and mys­te­ri­ous mika­do, inter­est­ing ottoman, exquis­ite bro­cade, dilut­ed with gold and sil­ver notes. About the direct rela­tion to the world of high fash­ion, say the rich details that fill the dress­es.