Exclusive Preview of the Paloma Blanca Spring 2020 Collection

We have an exclusive first look at the Paloma Blanca Spring 2020 collection

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The latest collection from Paloma Blanca features over a dozen new designs that feature unique touches, both big and small. From tremendous trains and striking bows, to elegant lace applique and notched necklines, every detail aims to astound the fashion-forward bride-to-be.

Brides seeking a unique look for both their ceremony and their reception will have a lot of options this season with the introduction of several removable pieces. Style 4884 pairs clean lines and tasteful cut-outs with a luxurious removable train to create a simple, cohesive look, while the bateau neckline on Style 4894 embraces a more modest look with the same versatility.

The removable Organza train on Style 4890 compliments this all-over lace gown without completely hiding this new Paloma Lace pattern.

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Brides looking to rock two silhouettes on their big day will love Paloma Satin Style 4889. This notched neckline wedding gown makes the transition from playful A-line to dramatic Fit and Flare with the quick removal of the Organza overskirt. Style 4897 will also have brides feeling like they’re wearing two different wedding dresses with a removable ¾ length sleeve Lace Bolero.

Spring 2020 also introduces Satin Faille. The A-line and pleated skirts on Styles 4886, 4888, and 4892 take full advantage of the structure this fabric provides without feeling too heavy for all-day wear.

The latest collection features a soft side, which is apparent with the debut of delicate lace trim and many striking lace appliques. Furthermore, the collection blends classic silhouettes with contemporary details that are sure to turn heads.

Want to see more collections? Check out the top three wedding dresses with sleeves from the new Morilee collection.

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