Oh, how we adore all things Lovers Society (insert heart eyes)! SO much so that we launched our own dress collection with them, of course, but we’re prone to believe that literally everything they touch turns to wedding day gold. Lovers Society’s latest collection features the most perfectly bohemian gowns. So, it’s no wonder that Eva Catherine snatched a few up then headed directly to the desert! Like peanut butter is to jelly, like boho is to pampas grass, we think these gowns were made for a setting such as Joshua Tree.
Eva (also known as the indie gypsy) styled each gown with her own bohemian flair. From the gowns to the accessories to the desert setting, we guarantee you’ll find something to love. Let’s have a look at the gowns!
First of all, this gown is called Harley and you can’t really get any more bad A than that. That off-the-shoulder neckline is actually attached to illusion lace, creating a fit that requires zero tugging, pulling, or double-checking! Contoured side panels hug in your curves just right for a slimming and elongating effect and that bold floral lace is just downright pretty.
Okay, we LOVE the hat and veil combo! Eva also accentuated the look with a sheer choker, plenty of bangles, and some killer white boots.
The Freja gown has two goals: first, to utilize some well-placed vine trim to accentuate your curves and second, to then work with those curves for a sexy-chic bridal look that will leave ’em floored. We love the low back on this one. It draws the eye down to a flared train just below your hips for the dreamiest silhouette!
We are totally getting funky southwestern vibes from the Kobi gown! That full circle skirt sets its eye on the romantic bride. And it’s way flirty + feminine with sheer panels at the neckline and the sides. LOVE this dress!
Eva’s combo of the belt, boots, and a peachy-pink veil elevate the playful factor and bring plenty of edginess to the gown.
Love everything about this! Here’s to the desert dreamers!
photography, model + art direction: Eva Catherine // location: Joshua Tree, California USA