Aunchalee 2015: Our New Collection has Arrived!

The new Aunchalee 2015 Collection is finally here!!

It’s been a really crazy few months where we’ve been busily working away on our new designs. Now we are ready and raring to reveal what we’ve been up to.

With this collection our focus has shifted so that it’s all about our fantastic fabrics – luxurious lace, opulent organza and magnificent mikado. We’ve cut out the fuss and left smooth clean cut lines with tons of texture.

So, without further ado, let us lead you on our journey from sketch to store.

 

Classically Cool 

First stop we have our timeless pieces. AD323 is a classic princess style dress that has a fitted taffeta bodice to accentuate your tiny waist with and a fabulous tulle skirt. If there are any kids in your family be warned… they will get lost under those layers! This is the style that you have seen for generations past and will continue to see for generations to come. Let’s just say you’ll be able to look back at your photos and be safe knowing that your dress is still in style.

WEDDING DRESS COLLECTION 2015 BY AUNCHALEE

WEDDING DRESS COLLECTION 2015 BY AUNCHALEE

AD01 is a mermaid styled chantilly lace dress. The low back gives it a slightly more modern take on a classic dress but the back is covered with a layer of the delicate lace making sure that it is not too revealing. The elegant covered buttons finish off the back detail which gives the dress a sense of refinement. To have a little fun with the dress add the detachable train for more of a spectacle! The skirt is made up of tulle with horsehair edging that keeps the shape of the train. Think, flamboyant ceremony with the train and then whip it off for some grooving late into the evening.

 

Pretty in Print

If you want a dress that is subtly romantic with a contemporary twist then consider AD23. The low V-shape at both the front and the back of the dress shows that a little extra skin can still look incredibly elegant when not overdone (or underdone should we say!); especially when paired with this graceful silk organza skirt.

STYLE AD23

STYLE AD23

What makes this dress particularly unique is the beautiful floral print on the silk organza. The print is relatively faint as not to be too garish. However if you would like the print to be more of a feature of the dress then changing the colour of the under layer could provide a great highlighting contrast to the print on the skirt. The picture shows the fantastic shape and softness of the fabric but this is definitely a dress to be viewed in person to realise its true beauty.

 

Asymmetrical Apparel

We’ve recently noticed many brides have favoured an irregular neckline as part of their strapless dress and so of course we’ve taken note and would like to present two simple avant-garde styles that will be perfect for any modern day fashionista.

Both dresses are made of a stunning mikado fabric which can be easily manipulated to have that high fashion neckline; but is structured enough to keep its shape so that you need not worry about it being a flop as you walk down the aisle. You’ll notice that regardless of your own shape we have a dress with an asymmetrical neckline to suit you. AD05 has a fitted mermaid style skirt with a small puddle train which has a classy red-carpet feel to it that will be great for any bride who wants to add emphasis to her slender shape. Otherwise you can opt for AD06 which has a slightly grander feel with a full A-line skirt. The back has a very cute ruffle bow feature which softens the sharper edge of the front of the dress. This skirt can do wonders for a fuller figure trying to flatter larger than life hips or, on the other hand, can even give extra shape to those that completely lack a derriere.

LEFT TO RIGHT : AD05, AD06, AD03

LEFT TO RIGHT : AD05, AD06, AD03

For a more toned down style that still has a bit of asymmetry try AD03. The bodice is less bold with a flattering ruched detail that draws your eye into your small waistline and carries on into a soft A-line skirt with a delicate bit of draping down one side. This dress is a more classic style with a simple but modern twist.

 

Glamour Goddess

If mikado is definitely your fabric but you’re all about symmetry when it comes to your dress then take a look at AD13. There’s plenty of structure still but this time with a very fluid look with the cascading ruffles that flow down the back. The cut is very sleek but the box pleats in the skirt gives it copious amounts of volume which will without doubt give you a dramatic entrance as you start your walk down the aisle.

AD13

AD13

The dress is in a classic pink, not too bright, not too girly. Just incredibly chic. Don’t worry if pink just isn’t you colour; we’ll make an ivory one just for you.

 

Hey Shorty!

Let’s finish up on these funky alternatives to a long wedding dress. So many brides are now choosing to ditch tradition and are becoming more romantically rebellious in the dress department. Long gone are the days where covering up within an inch of your life was necessary on your wedding day. Remember girls, this is a hot country, and sometimes (like this crazy hot summer we’re currently going through) it is just too much to be dressed from head to toe.

AD11 is a fantastic cooler choice for those summer days. There’s great movement with the full organza skirt and the Chantilly lace provides a high neckline so you’re not too exposed. Turn around and you have a slightly risqué keyhole back detail with a striking lace scallop edge; giving you the perfect framework for any body art you may have on your back. Sure, many brides try hiding their tattoos on their wedding day, but surely you should be showing off the ink that makes up part of your character. If you’re not afraid to flaunt it then this could very well be the dress for you.

LEFT TO RIGHT : AD11, AD11 BACK, AD329

LEFT TO RIGHT : AD11, AD11 BACK, AD329

If you prefer to be a little more covered up but don’t mind a little off the shoulder action then AD329 may be a better choice for you. The dress has long lace sleeves that extend into a lace pencil skirt that has a soft tulle A-line over layer. You can see the pretty lace detail peeking through the tulle skirt which gives it a more understated look without losing too much detail.

Alternatively if you still want a long dress for your wedding but can’t stand to look away from these, just use one for your engagement party dress instead. That way you get the best of both worlds.

 

Book your appointment at Aunchalee Boutique now!

So enough with just looking at the pictures. It’s time you tried the dresses on for yourself to get a true feel for what we’ve been working on.

Misha will be happy to help you find the perfect dress and answer any questions you may have.

Please do not hesitate to contact us to start your very own journey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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