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April 2022

Nadia Manjarrez Studio Bridal Spring 2023 Collection

Up and coming bridal designer Nadia Manjarrez releases her latest bridal collection for Spring 2023 for brides who wish to embrace both tradition and modernity at their wedding.

Inspired by her own wedding planning experience, rising Mexican designer Nadia Manjarrez created a collection of bridal gowns that celebrated beauty, modernity and Mexican bridal traditions. Designed for brides who want the sentiment of heritage while maintaining some form of modernity in their bridal wear, Nadia Manjarrez Studio’s Spring 2023 collection features 12 stylish dresses with detachable details such as sleeves, capes and trains, handcrafted in-house at the atelier.

Adria GownMaite GownMaite Gown with sleeves and Lupita train

Nadia Manjarrez Studio believes that a wedding gown should have multiple purposes, which is why their dresses include detachable pieces that brides can add on or remove to create a different look without changing into a new dress for their solemnisation or wedding reception, a signature that the brand is well-known for.

Mariana GownSol GownSol Gown and Cape

The Mariana gown, a Sunflower embroidered tulle gown with cutout bustier and floral appliqués is great for brides who are after a fuss-free transition and second-dress look without changing in and out of dresses. By adding on the Mariana cape with wing sleeves and invisible straps, brides can easily get ready for a dramatic entrance during their wedding reception with little down time. For more drama, brides can opt for the Sol gown and cape, a crochet lace asymmetrical gown with structure lines and pleated tulle full skirt, and multi-tiered pleated tulle cape.

Kikey Cocktail GownKikey GownKikey Gown and CapeKarime Cocktail GownKarime Jumpsuit

For instant transitions from cocktail hour to the wedding reception, the Kikey gown is the perfect choice. Featuring a hand appliqué 3D floral embroidery dress with flare skirt, halter neck and removable under skirt, the Kikey gown can be converted into a sweet and fun cocktail dress by removing the under skirt, and reattaching it for the reception. The Kikey cape, a giant 3D floral embroidered tulle cape, can be worn for added drama. Brides who desire for something more modern and minimalist, the Karime gown is the one for you. Made of matte crepe, wear the Karime as a jumpsuit with high side slits and a bustier top, or wear it as a dress with a draped skirt with an asymmetrical low waist.

Luna GownLuna GownJackie GownJackie Gown with train

A ballgown made out of double satin italian crepe with beaded flower appliques at bustier and skirt yoke, and long-lace trains, the Luna gown sports a giant bow at the back, adding a touch of drama to an otherwise minimalist gown. The Jackie gown, made out of recycled taffeta with embroidered bouquet motifs and a hand draped low waist bustier and built-in bra and petticoat, featuring removable puffy sleeves, stands out amongst all the other white dresses.

Lara GownLara CocktailNadia Gown

Versatile and functional, romantic and modern, with nuances of the Mexican bridal tradition cleverly weaved in, Nadia Manjarrez’s bridal creations are designed for the contemporary bride who is looking for a wedding dress that pays homage to her Mexican roots, and offers her multiple looks without the need for a second or third dress.

Credits: Images courtesy of Nadia Manjarrez

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Nadia Manjarrez Studio Bridal Spring 2023 Collection