THEIA Bridal Fall 2019

Two things that can be said for THEIA bridal, the brand always comes up with something new and innovative, and the brand never disappoints. THEIA’s fall 2019 is no exception.

For fall 2019, THEIA, creative director Don O’Neill decided to let brides be true to themselves by giving them lots of options. Truth being the theme of the fall 2019 bridal collection, O’Neill solidly places this collection in the realm of the harmony that exists between the courage and bravery of empowered women and fragile beauty that can be susceptible to the winds of change.

Now, the options in the collection are quite broad. From sequined joggers to a lace boat neck gown with long, statement sleeves to sparkling, fitted ball gowns, THEIA has something very every type of bride. From the guipure embroidery, majestic crepes, or luscious liquid satins, to dreamy tulles or classic faille ball skirts, the choices are almost endless.

And unlike many bridal runway shows, THEIA for the past couple of seasons has included a curvy/plus size model. With this inclusion of a curvy/plus size model, THEIA gave that model lots of bridal gown options—a beaded shift gown, a ball gown, and a scoop neck beaded gown.

Also, by attempting to dress a variety of brides, O’Neill is expanding the brand’s demographic. The one demographic that the brand has shied away from is the edgy bride. In past collections, O’Neill pulled out all the stops to capture that bride that was looking to make a statement on her very special day by wearing something very different. THEIA has moved away from that demographic. And while that is a loss of sorts, the brand is making that up with its embrace of diversity in all its forms.

Images courtesy of THEIA

Standout looks in the fall 2019 collection includes THEIA’s guipure lace boat neck gown with floor-length sleeves, cowl-back gown hand-embroidered with polychrome sequins, oversized 4 ply silk crepe “Love” top with drawstring, sequin striped track pants, and spaghetti strap slip gown, hand-embroidered with polychrome sequins and hand-embroidered “Love” veil.—William S. Gooch

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