November 7, 2022

Interview With Marteal Mayer Of Loulette Bride

Marteal Mayer - Founder Loulette Bride - image courtesy of Loulette Bride

Marteal Mayer – Founder Loulette Bride – image courtesy of Loulette Bride

As much as a wedding dress should make a bride look beautiful, it should make her feel beautiful and confident. Scrolling through the looks on Loulette Bride’s website, you get a sense that this sentiment is threaded throughout the collection – these dresses are made to be worn by every type of woman. Behind the Brooklyn-based label is founder Marteal Mayer whose distinct vision and philosophy are evident at first glance. After years of working in fast fashion, Marteal knew everything she didn’t want her independent bridal line to be – exclusive, cookie-cutter, and wasteful. Marteal set out to make bridal wear that she could be proud of – custom pieces that connected deeply with customers on a myriad of levels. Inclusivity, sustainability, and craftsmanship have been the driving forces guiding the label from the very beginning. For Loulette Bride, designing with passion + purpose means not only making beautiful wedding attire, but also using recycled fabrics, donating a portion of sales to a new charity each season, planting a tree for every dress sold, supporting the LGBTQ+ community, and running a fashion mentorship program for students of color.
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Categories: Blog, Luxury Wedding Expertise, Wedding Fashion, Women Paving The Aisle, Your Inspiration Fix

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March 15, 2021

5 Bridal Designers We Love (And Know You Will Too)

Bridal Designer - Danielle Frankel Wedding Dress - via daniellefrankelstudio.com

Bridal Designer – Danielle Frankel Wedding Dress – via daniellefrankelstudio.com

 

The classic wedding dress will always have a place in our heart. There is a canon of amazing designers who, season after season, turn out gowns that meet the criteria of what a wedding dress ‘should’ be – beautiful, timeless, and white. But for this post, we have decided to focus our attention in a new direction. If the last year has taught us anything, it is that the terms ‘normal’ and ‘traditional’ no longer apply and wearing what makes you feel alive, joyful, and of course gorgeous is what really matters. And if there is a day to wear something that allows you to truly live it up and express your best self outside and in, it is on your wedding day.
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Categories: Blog, Bride & Blossom Weddings, Must Read Bridal Advice, Wedding Fashion, Your Inspiration Fix

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