With winter wedding season in full swing, we at Rebecca's thought it was time to be, in the words of Megan Trainor "all about that bass" and spend some time showcasing some of the gorgeous trains we feature in our store.
When the weather turns colder, bride's turn to the indoor venues. What better way to make your dress special than the drama of a cathedral or chapel length train trailing behind you? With so many different textures, fabrics and lengths how does one even begin to choose?! Stick with me, there will be pictures to make this easier!
For the classic bride, one of the best ways to "wow" your guests is to leave them staring at cathedral length lace train as you float down the aisle.
For the extra-long church aisle, or the elegant ballroom, this lace train makes a bold statement all the while remaining classic and timeless.
Martina Liana 2015 "Pre-Release" Gown
For the modern bride who wants to showcase her chic sense of style,
think about a chapel length train with a pop of color. The embroidered, rose-gold lace really gives this train an unique yet classy edge.
Maggie Sottero "Mariella"
Soft & Feminine
For boldness without the bulk, think about a sheath gown with the incredible detail of a concentrated lace train. A train that makes a statement without adding the weight of a fuller skirt keeps the looks soft and versatile enough to wear in any season or venue.
Essense of Australia
Fun & Flirty
For the bride who wants to put her playful personality on display,
think about utilizing a lightweight chiffon ruffle skirt to bring elegance down the aisle and attitude on the dance floor.
Dramatic & Bold
For the bride who wants to play up the drama on her big day, turn to the ballgown with the fully ruffled train. Wearing a skirt with fullness adds an incredible width to a train that creates a dramatic effect to showcase your personal style.
Now that you've seen whats out there,
come see us at Rebecca's to find the train that reflects your unique style and personality!