This design is loved by the sisters because it only costs one dress but can try different styles.
Designer Trish Peng recently launched a collection of wedding dresses called “2020 Reflections”.
A special feature is that the skirts are very flexible and easy to coordinate with accessories. Some items can be turned upside down so the bride can try many different styles.
The design will have a lace fabric surface with floating layers of chiffon, upside down is a simple but delicate satin layer.
|The breast cup skirt is called Rosie. If the upper body creates a charm, the flared skirt helps the bride to look like a princess. Photo: The Sun.|
The two materials represent two different styles. On the one side are the girls who love sophistication, maturity and vice versa will be for those who want to try with seductive but feminine style.
In addition, Trish has created more detachable items. Currently, the design is rated as “1-0-2”.
The designer shared: “The skirt is the perfect choice for those who are still confused between the two materials. You can turn upside down to try both styles on the wedding day.”
Currently, the impressive design series has many prices, ranging from 2,000-7,000 USD.
|The design called Caelyn is suitable for brides who prefer a mature, elegant style. Photo: Trish Peng.|
Trish Peng (born in 1991) is a famous designer born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand. Her wedding dresses often come in an elegant and feminine style. In particular, many collections are appreciated for flexibility and creativity.