Looking for a unique, textured, and luxurious gown for your wedding? You can find Netta BenShabu wedding dresses in San Diego at The White Flower. Netta is one of the designers I added to the boutique after purchasing it last year.
I adore Netta’s designs primarily due to her beadwork. She created gorgeous floral beaded embellishments for her gowns that are breathtaking. Plus, her gowns are extremely memorable. Wearing a Netta Benshabu wedding dress would ensure no guest would ever forget what your dress looked like. Truly stunning!
Netta Benshabu Fitted Gowns (aka Fit to Flare)
Fitted, or fit to flare, wedding dresses are fitted throughout the bodice until the knees or slightly above. These dresses tightly hug the backside, so no curves are hidden. The first gown here is Giuliana. She’s a gorgeous strapless lace gown with subtle floral details.
Kirra is one of Netta’s more simple gowns. Only the sweetheart bodice has sparkle, while the skirt is all chiffon.
Nicole by Netta is a sweet lace gown with a pretty tulle lining around the train.
My favorite Netta Benshabu gown, at present, is Chai. Chai has an asymmetrical tule and beaded neckline that is complemented by intricate beadwork throughout the gown. It also has beautiful pearl buttons on the back of the bodice.
Netta Benshabu A-line Gowns
A-line gowns are fitted in the bodice and flare out slightly below the waist (making an A shape). Compared to ballgowns that flare out farther from the body and have a larger “ball” shape, A-lines are more subtle and less “princessy.” Below is Frankie by Netta Benshabu. It has fun off the shoulder sleeves with a “fringe” look.
From another editorial at Julep Venue, I shot Netta’s Evelyn (below left and right) and Cara gowns. Evelyn has a subtle pink hue in it’s lining and is very whimsical and playful. Cara is completely neutral in its ivory tone and is more subdued and minimal.
Try on Netta Benshabu Gowns
To try on Netta Benshabu wedding dresses in San Diego, book an appointment at The White Flower.