A siren song, an ode to the rule-breakers, the heroes of the ‘70s, and their many iconic muses… To those who dance in the moonlight, who chase after what they want, who follow the spirit of the wind. Rue De Seine’s latest collection, Moonlight Magic, captures the essence of bohemian-inspired luxe. Designed with the free-spirited bride in mind, the collection is brimming with glittering flare and details reminiscent of the early disco-era.
We’re dishing up the *EXCLUSIVE* first look at Rue De Seine’s latest, and we’ve got to say — it’s quite the sight! Meant to be viewed with Ziggy Stardust tunes playing in the background and an overall good vibe, we are absolutely enchanted… And we can’t wait to see the weddings that come about from brides inspired by their very own dress!
Let’s stroll along the coastline and take a look at this moonlight magic…
Rue De Seine shares In this collection, our in-house designed laces, exciting beaded fabrics and contemporary silhouettes have drawn inspiration from disco and glitter rock.
From fringe to lace, and those striking silhouettes — we can’t seem to pick a favorite design element!
Oh my stars…
Can you imagine saying your vows in this gown? Perhaps on the beach or atop a cliff, looking off to incredible views of the sunset…
A daring deep-V and sleeves for DAYS (seriously!). This is the Ferra Night gown.
Seen above is the gracefully + effortlessly cool Marrakesh Melody. We can’t get over those long sleeves + the velvet appliqué!
Sheer fabric in all the right places with embroidery makes for one sensual gown, don’t you think?
HOLY SMOKES! The shimmering detail on this Moonlight Valentina gown is just too good.
Introducing Poppy Stardust, the corded lace bustier gown…
Can you imagine the way this dress catches the lights? Whether that be the sun setting, the moon rising, or those illuminating the dance floor — talk about dreamy!
Simply put: WOAH. Right?
So this begs the question, which Rue De Seine gown was your favorite? We don’t blame you if you can’t narrow it down to just one! We’d love to hear which design elements you’re fancying in the comments below!