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Lela Rose Wedding Dress Collection

Updated: Sep 5, 2023

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Do you know Lela Rose? The American stylist knows how to produce a classy wedding dress, which she knows how to mix traditional with modernity. What about? Check out the designer's story here, learn more about the brand and check out the 2019 collection, which is simply amazing.

Lela Rose's Story

Lela Rose was born in Texas (USA), where she grew up. She attended the University of Colorado, where she graduated in 1991. In college, Lela Rose owned her own business selling vintage vests and scarves, that's when she decided to enter the world of fashion. Soon, she moved to New York and attended the Parsons School of Design, where she graduated in 1993.

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He then worked with designers Christian Francis Roth and Richard Tyler. In 1996, she decided to launch her own collection, whose fur was women's clothing with lots of embellishments.

In 2001, she gained attention by designing the costumes worn by Jenna and Barbara Bush for her father's presidential inauguration. Until that time, she had mainly worked with private clients. After that, she began expanding her business with retail companies such as Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.

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In the fall of 2006, Rose debuted her first bridal collection. Following the success of the bridal collection, Rose partnered with The Dessy Group for an exclusive bridesmaid line.

Famous who used Lela Rose

Some of her well-known clients include Jessica Alba, Molly Sims, Mindy Kaling, Ashley Judd, Mariska Hargitay, Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Selma Blair and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

about the brand

The proposal of the Lela Rose brand is to make the dress show your personality and the style of the wearer and not the other way around. “Our brides definitely want a dress, but they don't want to feel like the dress they're wearing. That's why they never look like the traditional one,” says Rose.

That's why Rose usually works in two areas: classic dresses with sculptural flowers and softer, more feminine dresses with floral appliqués, a hint of sparkle or an interesting cleavage.

“I think something we're known for is that we don't just offer strapless dresses,” she said. "Our most popular dresses are the ones that aren't strapless."


The inspiration behind this latest collection by Lela Rose was based on the idea of “bringing southern charm to the modern era”. The line featured feminine details and clean lines (the designer's trademarks), with extravagant touches such as floral appliqués, embroidery, chokers, lace and a vintage touch.

Dresses that are perfect for the bride whose style is both feminine and modern. Her favorite from the collection is a strapless dress tied with an origami bow on the front.

The collection brings together various models, such as a dress with bow, floral application, with strap, strapless, with swing, pants… a collection of 10 dresses to suit a range of modern brides.

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