For the modern bride-to-be, we have a feeling you’re going to fall absolutely head over heels for the latest from Karen Willis Holmes! This 2019 Wild Hearts Collection, dubbed ‘Glasshaus,’ is every part sexy and chic as it is unique and contemporary. We’re talking classic silhouettes that incorporate soft lace, delicate tulle that drapes like a dream, and the prettiest handcrafted details.
Glasshaus is made with the modern bride in mind: the gal who is relaxed, yet has an adventurous spirit and celebrates her individuality…in other words, the GWS gal! Let’s take a peek at what Karen Willis Holmes has been up to in Australia. Without further ado, let us introduce the gorgeous Glasshaus collection, photographed by Elk and Willow!
A classic silhouette, but reimagined—how sultry is the Kendall with the daring cutouts?
Subtle + sexy; the Clarissa features a darling keyhole on the neckline and it dips in and cinches at the waist. GORG!!
Simple, sexy, and ultra-cool—for those that want to rock understated elegance at its finest, the Caroline may be for you!
Elodie is sweet yet sensual with the all-over lace and sultry slit.
The Arianna is giving us a bit of the cold-shoulder look and we are HERE FOR IT. Plus, the elegant flare on the bottom? YES, please!!
We can’t get enough of the streamlined lace silhouette of the Justine and how playful the added skirt is!
Violet is a form-fitting dream with the sleek ribbing and flirty mermaid-inspired flare.
Lace and tulle are just MADE to go together, don’t you think? The Jemma gown is the epitome of chic!
Those sleeves!! For those that want to make a serious statement, the Vivienne is for you.
Modern, cool, and sultry—yet seriously sophisticated. All the things we love bundled into one GORGEOUS collection! What’s your favorite style from Glasshaus? Let us know with a little love note below!
photography: Elk and Willow // videography: Burgess Video // gowns: Karen Willis Holmes // hair + makeup: Nicole Kene // model: Emily Elizabeth May from Viviens // location: Glasshaus // jewelry: Amelie George & Lott Studio
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