Hey brides-to-be, wondering what to wear on your big day?
The 2019 collection by Kenyan designer, Ogake Bridal has got some looks you might want to try out. The bridal collection features the traditional white ballgowns to blue and blush dresses, a jumpsuit and short dress. If you love bridal dresses with a detachable train or a 2in 1 piece, that you’ve got so options to check out.
Depending on your style and personal preference, there’s definitely something that will catch your attention and bring you a step closer to your dream dress. See all the dresses below and a brief description of each dress by the designer.
A two-piece A-line gown with a dramatic cutout back, and embellished bodice. The removable cape with pearl detailing completes the look.
The traditional tulle ballgown is updated with an asymmetrical neckline. The brocade bodice and layered peplum waist are embellished with crystals.
This Shimmery sheath dress with silver embellishment enhances the decolletage with its off shoulder cut. A draped organza train sweeps to the side.
A Form-fitting modern dress with a nude bodice, and layered, pleated tulle skirt.
Channeling the Roaring Twenties, this look is short and flirty, with sheer lace side panels, and a feather hem. The high neck and long sleeves create an illusion of bridal modesty, but also keep the look tasteful.
This jumpsuit screams everything modern from the plunging V-neckline, to the tapered leg and low cut back. The Chantilly lace feel and detachable tulle train give it a bridal twist.
This two-piece dress features a dramatic, structured, detachable overskirt and a slinky inner lace gown in a soft blush floral lace.
A two-piece dress in soft gold brocade, with the main dress in buttery cream raw silk. Hand-beaded embellishments in crystal, pearl, and beads drip over the bust and waist.
A contemporary take on a traditional ballgown shape, with a plunging neckline, and low cut back. Blue hues are all the rage, and this dress features smokey blue-grey organza, and vivid blue florals cascading from the bodice onto the skirt.