Leah Da Gloria Bridal 2020

Leah Da Gloria Presents Two Luxurious 2020 Bridal Collections

Two Leah Da Gloria Bridal 2020 collections made their debut during this New York Bridal Fashion Week market season: the Leah Da Gloria Couture collection, and the ready-to-wear range Boheme by Leah Da Gloria. The Australian wedding dress designer truly has something for every bride, with an offering that ranges from sleek jumpsuits to traditional beaded mermaid-inspired gowns.

“The Leah Da Gloria couture collection is the premium line for the bride who understands pure luxury and refinement,” the brand explained in a press release. “A collection of heirloom pieces that spare no expense in adornment whilst still maintaining restraint. Each piece is meticulously hand crafted and unique. The 2020 collection brings hints of old world glamour, rich beading and bold cuts, for the bold bride who wants to make her wedding day her own personal red carpet moment.”

Leah Da Gloria Bridal 2020

On the still-glamorous but more affordable end, “Boheme by Leah Da Gloria is a collection of pieces that evoke the magical feeling of couture, streamlined into ready to wear gowns and separates that embody the Leah Da Gloria aesthetic,” according to the brand. The pieces don’t sacrifice at all on the elaborate fine detailing – or the drama factor.

“The refinement of our production process has enabled the creation of a collection that offers succinct luxury and quality with a unique array of styles for the modern bride who understands quality,” the brand shared. “BOHÉME 2020 was inspired by modern tailoring and a move to minimalism, a palette cleanse of fresh pieces that take a breath from the heavy lace of recent bridal seasons.”

Leah Da Gloria Bridal 2020

Click through the gallery below to view lookbook styles from the Leah Da Gloria Bridal 2020 collection presented during New York Bridal Fashion Week.

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All images provided courtesy of the Leah Da Gloria Bridal brand 

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