One of our favorite exclusive wedding dress designers, Kenneth Winston, sent us some new wedding dresses this week! If anything could bring a smile to our faces during this time, it’s new sparkly gowns to showcase to our future brides! What do we mean by “exclusive dress designer” – great question! We have carried the amazing Kenneth Winston collection for many years, and we are proud to be the ONLY retailer in Colorado with his designs! That means, you won’t find these dresses at any other boutique within state lines, and we think that’s pretty special. Your dress should be one-of-a-kind, just like you, and seeing every Colorado bride with the same dress may dull that sparkle a little bit.
Kenneth Winston is a family-owned company based out of Long Beach, CA and fun fact, Kenneth & Winston are actually brothers! We love how they take care of their customers, and they truly care about every single bride that wears one of their gowns. Their attention to detail, from purchase to walking down the aisle, is a very involved and personable process.
The first gown is style 1768; a modified a-line style, with a fitted silhouette underneath. This is what we call a “duel silhouette” shape, very rare, but very cool! Not a lot of designers think out of the box like this (another reason we love KW!) and we think the organic elements in the lace, the sequined layer underneath, and the unique embellishments on the bodice make this gown a perfect match for our Colorado brides! Mountain wedding or industrial setting, the color of this wedding dress pops the detail for any type of lighting.
The second gown is style 1836; a stretch fit & flare silhouette that’s going to hug your body *almost* as tight as your fiancé(é) will! We’re a little biased to this dress because of the color – it’s a light blue-ish gray! Of course, it’s available in ivory, champagne or white – but we love the soft pop of “something blue”. The deep back is detailed with 1″ straps that plunge into a V neckline in the front. It’s structured enough that it doesn’t need illusion mesh to keep it flush with your chest! Let’s talk about the lace pattern, it’s SO unique! KW makes all of their lace patterns in house, so this design definitely has a hint of bohemian elegance to it! Classic Kenneth Winston dresses always have a train, and they did not disappoint! This train is just under cathedral length, without the added weight!
The quality and structure of their gowns are unmatched, they’re famous for dramatic trains + embellished details – all at impeccably affordable prices! In this 2020 collection, you will notice new colors of dove gray, lavender-champagne, sequined tulle layers, stretch fabrics, and back details! Check out some of our BRAND NEW 2020 dresses below, the price point for Kenneth Winston’s collection ranges between $1,400 – $2,800.