A gauzy embellished tulle and blush silk wedding gown named after the Greek goddess of the Dawn. Eos is always described in Greek literature as having rosy fingers, or rosy forearms, as she opens the gates of heaven for the sun to rise. This couture bridal gown is flushed with the most delicate hint of shell pink, like the pale Mediterranean skies just before the sun appears over the horizon.
This beautiful couture gown is constructed in layers of palest shell-pink silk organza with an over-layer of tulle embellished with embroidered trailing vines in shades of ivory and soft silver, which are highlighted with scattered crystal beads and sequins.
The embroidered floral detail trails around the hem of the full ballgown style skirt and extends into a small train of delicate leaves
The botanical detail frames the illusion tulle plunge neckline, and sparkling iridescent sequin flowers further enhance the line. The bodice fits through the torso to the upper hip, accentuating the waist. Full skirts flare in layers of embroidered tulle and silk organza.
The sinuous curve of the back of the gown closes with little silk covered buttons and rouleau loops, a couture touch adding another layer of pretty detail to the back view.
This version of the blush silk wedding gown Eos is shown in a delicate warm tone, just like one of Pantone’s colours of 2017, pale dogwood. It is also available in classic pale ivory.
Eos…..a wedding gown fit for a grecian goddess
If you’d like to see another example of a ballgown style silk organza gown, but in a rich evening shade of bronze gold, then please do have a look at our Krysanthe gown.