Our Fave Spanish Bridal Label has Finally Landed in Queensland – Here’s What’s Trending!

World-renowned bridal label, Rosa Clará has just arrived on our doorstop, at its new home – White Lily Couture, with the retailer now exclusively stocking both the Couture and Soft collections. The label offers the perfect balance between timeless aesthetics and an edgy design style. Rosa Clará prides themselves on the high quality nature of their gowns and their fabrics. The range features beading, lace, crepes and chiffons in equal measure. Thereby providing a little something for women of all tastes.

Here we’ve unveiled the top bridal trends for 2019 through the fresh-release Rosa Clará range.

Minimalist Chic
One for the super-mod bride – the minimalist wedding gown trend continues to reign supreme following Meghan Markle’s less-is-more approach to both of her wedding dresses earlier this year. As well as being super chic, this look has the added benefit of being easy to pair with almost any wedding theme and colour scheme (anything to help with that dreaded task of finding bridesmaids dresses that work for everyone!).

We are loving the billowy-sleeved beauty of Madona from this collection. The deep V and centre split offer serious sophistication. Nesga is also a favourite with it’s Pretty Woman style silhouette and luxurious crepe fabric.

Bold Beading

All-over beading was a sure standout for the Rosa Clará 2019 collection drop. We are beginning to see more geometric patterns in wedding dresses and this beading definitely plays into this style. The intricacy of the beading gives a subtle art deco vibe, paired with modern fitted silhouettes. Key designs from the collection include Kanda with its swirling glass beads and delicate spaghetti straps, Kassel with its geo-luxe patterning and Vega with its finely-featured bodice.

Fine Lace Features

Traditional lace has made a strong comeback in the 2019 bridal collections across the globe (but let’s be real here – will Chantilly lace ever be out of style?!). This delicately designed lacework allows a bit of natural skin to shine through, thus avoiding any hint of dowdiness associated with its bygone era counterparts.

We are so in love with the scalloped back detailing coming through from this Rosa Clará collection. In particular, the Penelope gown perfectly balances fine lace with modern design elements. The Niher gown, however, was a true show-stopper due to the epic volume of tulle and breathtaking three-metre train (rather reminiscent of Chiara Ferragni’s custom Dior gown worn in Italy earlier this month).

To view the full collection, be sure to visit White Lily Couture.