Wedding Dresses For the Lucky One in Toronto Area

In continuing with our theme on the best and most intriguing bridal shops for you to check out in different cities, today we head over to Toronto to see who and what is on offer. Canada in general possesses truly breathe taking nature and it is a heavenly location for a wedding. The three stores we are going to talk about today is Ferre Sposa, Lea-Ann Belter and Klienfield in Hudson’s Bay.

Ferre Sposa

For the traditionalists, Ferre Sposa satisfies your desire for a princess ball gown. Imagine beaded corsets, floral embroidery and satin bodices. If you want to check out their gallery online then head over to their Instagram page. Their entire collection is exclusively available on that platform. If you are after something that’s a classic yet sexy you can check out their sleeker sheath dress options too. A major advantage this brand has over the others is a combination of instore experiences and pricing. You can get a gown from anywhere between $900 and $1600 which is definitely amazing. Looking like a true princess has never been more accessible.

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Lea-Ann Belter

A truly Canadian brand with stores all over Canada with its flagship located in Toronto. They have also expanded to almost every state in the United States too. An in store experience is a must! They have two collection lines on offer Lea-Ann Belter’s Midsummer Night’s Dream collection and the Astrid & Mercedes collection inspired by Lea-Ann’s family. The collection takes its roots from the designs of Edgar Degas, Claude Monet and Alfred Sisley. We recommend you check out the Margaux, Minuit dresses that possess a contemporary impressionist feel with French inspired textile elements. If you are a romantic then check out the Belle Époque line which was inspired a time in Paris where ladies where in amazing haute couture gowns. These gowns are layered with fine laces, rich silks and an ethereal tulle. Every dress is guaranteed to be a timeless classic.



Klienfield in Hudson’s Bay

This was chosen as a great alternative to the other shop’s niche offerings. You can get pretty much everything you need here. Wedding gowns, shoes, bridesmaid dresses, clothes for the groomsmen etc. It truly is your one stop shop for all things wedding in Toronto. Featuring designs from Anne Barge, Carolina Herrera, Lazaro, Maggie Sottero and more, you have the chance to choose based on style or designer on their website. Lazaro’s lace trumpet Gown was something that caught our eye as an elegant option. A venise lace trumpet gown with a touch of romance and a appliqued bodice. A stunning V neckline and cut out side panels make for a pristine finish. We recommend you schedule an appointment before heading anywhere as they have sizes available only in multiples of 2 from 2 to about size 28. If you are a half size it would be better to get it tailor made. It would give you a good chance to make a day of it with your bridesmaids and check out dresses from them too.



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  1. marvel says:

    Greetings! Quite helpful guidance on this post! It’s the small changes that make the biggest changes.
    Thanks a lot for sharing!

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