Wedding Dress Designer: Rosa Clara

The Ocaso, from the Rosa Clará 2011 collection.

Designer: Rosa Clará

Price: Rosa Clará is the more expensive/couture line, with dresses from $3,000-$10,000 . Two by Rosa Clará is more affordable, with dresses around $1,500-2,500 and up.

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Rosa Clará first launched in 1994 in Spain, with a focus not only on their own collections, but on getting talented designers like Jesús del Pozo, Lorenzo Caprile, Domo Adami and Christian Lacroix on board to design exclusive wedding dresses for them. They also have a line of accessories, but they’re almost impossible to find! I’m currently working on that for one bride-to-be who wrote into the site, so I’ll let you know when I find out!

The Rosa Clará gowns are a great mix of Spanish flair and subdued elegance. I like when she goes a little out of the box, like the Ebano and Christian Lacroix dresses do, below. I have a thing for ANY kind of sleeve on a wedding dress. I want to see their comeback! (Or is it sleeveback?)

Check out the Best Bridal Boutiques guide to see if a store in your area carries the line.

Oslo, from the Two by Rosa Clará 2011 collection.

Ebano, from the Rosa Clará 2011 collection

Um, I love these gowns that Christian LaCroix did for them…

Teson, from the Christian Lacroix Mariée 2011 Collection for Rosa Clará
Tango, from the Christian Lacroix Mariée 2011 Collection for Rosa Clará

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