The luxury wedding dress brand was created thirty years ago when its founder, Vatana Watters, created a couple of dresses for her friends and family. Everyone, however, was enthusiastic about her work and the demand started to be so great that Vatana decided to devote herself to making dresses.
In the 1980s, she became the director of Watters, one of today's largest wedding businesses. Vatana remains the head and heart of the company. She still helps the design team leader, with whom she created the exclusive collection SS 19.
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Be the bride that stands out in a crowd
The Watters SS 19 collection is different from the others. The luxury wedding gowns are beautiful, stylish, unconventional and occasionally quite distinctive. For lovers of classic there are classic white dresses made of smooth material or decorated with lace. The cut usually embraces curves, highlights the waist through a large skirt or is in the popular mermaid style.
We like the non-traditional dress in a luxurious nude colour decorated with adorable hearts the most. To someone it may seem like a kitsch, but for the modern bride who wants to captivate and shock, it is the ideal choice. And if you don't take the dress to the altar, you can wear it in the evening!
A dress with a unique accessory that is impossible to overlook
The Watters show at the luxurious wedding fashion week was really spectacular. We like the combination of beautiful wedding dresses with some distinctive detail, such as a big ornate headband, a straw hat, coloured purses or other details. The show immediately gained a new dimension. Everyone expected romantic flowers in hair and hands, but love could be seen all around us during this show, thanks to hearts, inscriptions and the colour red.
Whether you want to stand out in an eye-catching dress, be delicate as a fairy, or a classic bride on your big day, you will definitely find a luxurious dress that meets your expectations in the SS 19 collection.
A bride in wrapped in something completely different? That's what I think Watters is.
Crazy headbands, inscriptions, red elements and even sequins. To be honest, one must be brave to go there, but as they say, "If you're going, go all the way".
A nude dress with stitched, sequin hearts would, in my opinion, be fabulous for an evening afterparty with a DJ and a larger dose of champagne. It screams "Love is in the air" at first sight and even the most tearful bridesmaid that no one wants has hope for a better tomorrow. :)
And the rest? A snow-white classic, which will not offend even the most conservative distant aunt. I also like a corset dress decorated with lace and a glittering ribbon around the waist. However, the straw hat is a little too much. And it doesn't go well with the fresh white colour style-wise...