You asked, and we delivered - our long awaited satin dresses here! Whether you’re looking to mix and match fabrics, or dress your whole bridal party in satin, we’ve got you covered!
Meet our three new satin styles (and scroll for a sneak peek of what’s to come)!
Your favorite slip dress, now in satin.
Skye has easily become a crew fave in our velvet collection, so much that we had to make a satin version! The best part? It’s so versatile, you can wear it over and over again at any holiday party or black tie function! Featuring the ever so loved cowl neck and side slits, Skye, is the perfect dress for any bridesmaids!
Pictured in the middle: Skye in Terracotta Rust, Cinnamon Rose, and Desert Rose satin
If you love a dress with sleeves, Gwen is your go-to! Gwen’s knot detail adds the perfect touch to any elegant wedding, and it’s flutter sleeves flatter towards boho weddings. Gwen is also an amazing option for the Mother of the Bride!
Gwen satin dress in Navy and Classic Emerald satin.
Fit tip: Your waist measurement is most important here! While our satin does not have any stretch to it, Gwen’s skirt is more forgiving in the hips (as compared to Skye!)
Hello, back details! You can say we’re kind of obsessed with these back cutouts. Our Dylan gown has become a staple to our velvet collection so, of course, we had to have a satin version! With a deep v-neck and built in cups (for extra support!), Dylan is a timeless staple.
Dylan in Cabernet Satin
Along with our launch of satin dresses, we’ve designed matching accessories so the whole bridal party can match!
Don’t worry, there's more to come! The full satin collection (15 styles include dresses and separates) launches January 21, 2021! We’re adding a few familiar styles along with brand new designs!
Styles coming soon: Bardot, pictured in Classic Emerald, Dawson, pictured in Cabernet, Skye Midi, pictured in Terracotta Rust
How to care for your satin bridesmaid dress:
We always recommend streaming your satin dress to get out any wrinkles. Do not iron. Ironing our satin can lead to destroying the fibers. Dry cleaning is the preferred method to keep your new dress cleaned, however, we can wash them on a delicate cycle! When waiting for the big day, we recommend keeping your dress hung, and in a garment bag, to prevent any lint or pet hair from attaching to your dress.