Donna Morgan Wedding Gowns: Glow Your Own Way
Every femme bride wants to be a ravishing beauty on her wedding day, especially if it’s a same-sex wedding when there might be two brides and two gowns. To truly radiate (and complement each other, of course), why not throw tradition to the wind and lose the white wedding dress? It’s daring, we know. But we think you’re ready to take the plunge. Drool over these drop-dead gorgeous gowns from Donna Morgan and tell us you’re not tempted to step outside of the herd and glow your own way.
DONNA MORGAN WEDDING GOWNS WE LOVE
Having a blow-out celebration? Go big in all-over beading and you’ll be the literal glitz and glamour you were hoping to include. A fun alternative to “normal” wedding dress fabrics (lace, silk, crystals), sequins give you the bling to stand out, but remain classy enough for even a mature bride to wear.
Tiffany, a high halter neckline and blouson bodice make this modern look relaxed enough for a Boho bride who wants to glam it up for this special celebration. Bonus? If you’re a post-op trans woman, your breast surgery scars will be discreetly hidden.
Gigi, a flattering bias cut will show off your best assets while a high crewneck keeps this old-school red-carpet-ready dress modest. Available in white for those brides who still want to nod to the traditional.
For the women not afraid of fashion, we offer two-pieces in a variety of cuts to suit every style. And don’t forget the added benefit of continuous outfits. Separates allow you to re-wear your wedding day ensemble by swapping in different tops and bottoms. How amazing would it be to throw on your wedding day crop top for an anniversary day out together? Talk about perfecting the art of sentimental value.
Courthouse wedding? Outdoor venue? For those brides with a more casual atmosphere planned, Donna Morgan’s cropped two-piece is essential for getting through your day without any hassle or fashion faux pas.
Walk down the aisle in a swinging below-the-knee skirt like the Beatrix. It won’t trip you up! And you can dance the night away in a thick shoulder crop top that will definitely stay in place so you can get your groove on with your new spouse.
Two Times the Romance
You’ve met your fairytale princess or butch prince and now you can finally dress the part. The Adeline strapless lace crop shows just enough skin while a flowing floor length skirt will let you float down the aisle to your love. Available in a range of colors from light to dark in order to suit your personality best.
Lace is full of Grace
While lace is certainly a traditional bridal fabric, Donna Morgan’s lace styles are anything but. Straying far from cake-topper ball gowns, sleek all-over lace with simple silhouettes reign supreme for brides looking for comfort and ease.
It doesn’t get much simpler than the Gia dress. This body-skimming long line silhouette hugs in all the right places and offers complete comfort. No itchy fabrics or too-tight waists. With tousled waves and minimal make-up, this all-lace number is the ideal outfit for any Boho babe.
The Madeline is full of sweetness and easygoing, just like you. A not-too-low V-neck is modest, while scalloped illusion kimono sleeves offer a glimpse of skin without baring all. An empire waist is flattering and the A-line skirt leaves you free to enjoy more than one piece of cake through the night.
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