The "social" version of Tamora is created without a train for a floor-length skirt, not as photographed in the images shown. Customizations are not accepted for social gowns.
When I design a wedding gown, I think about how it will curve around the neck, frame the shoulders, and move across the hips. Tamora may be a simple design, but it’s also one of my most articulate. Each line and every curve matter that much more.
Tamora’s heavy crepe fabric secures the body, providing just enough support while at the same time allowing an amazing amount of movement. Not airy and flowy like the wind, but powerful and iconic like the sea.
The crepe fabric has a matte and subtle textured finish that provides perfect simplicity, elegance, and a touch of sexiness sure to make any bride feel her finest on her wedding day.
My favorite element of this gown, the delicately draped cowl on the plunging back neckline adds graceful drama to the ceremony. The open back is tasteful and not too low, and the draped cowl is detachable for those looking for a little versatility in their gown.
Don’t fret! The fit of this gown makes all body types look statuesque.