Wedding Dresses

Naama & Anat Haute Couture’s Dancing Up the Aisle Collection

Naama & Anat Pasodoble Gown

So, truly, when have you seen 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 in actual life? Probs haven’t, right? Well… let’s change that. Meet Naama & Anat Haute Couture, an Israeli bridal design house that’s literally about to have brides sashaying down the aisle with its new collection. All she needs to complete her look, are some extra pouty lips, to-die-for danglers, a sweet pair of strappy heels, and a side-swept ‘do. Once that’s done, she’s basically a ‘Here Comes the Bride’ version of one of the most iconic emojis everrrr. Swap that red skirt for something white, and you’ve essentially nailed the new Naama & Anat Haute Couture looks. We’re obsessed, and you’re about to be too.

If you haven’t heard about Naama & Anat Haute Couture thus far, it’s time to get acquainted - especially if you’re aboard the sexy bride bandwagon. This mother-daughter team from Tel Aviv specializes in creating handcrafted, intricate wedding gowns for brides all over the world. From celebrities to bodybuilders, Bachelorette contestants and pageant queens, they strive to create luxurious designs for the modern bride using the most sophisticated techniques and fabrics. Their gowns are made of lavish fabrics such as French Lace, Silk and Chiffon, and confectioned with an inner body suit that makes the gowns easy and comfortable to wear. This is literally the best part, it’s like a second skin, so the shapewear is built in - yassssss 🙌.

About those dance-worthy designs

Naama and Anat found inspiration for their “Dancing Up the Aisle Collection” from their love of music across the decades, and how people can communicate to one another throughout the world via dance and music. Each gown is unique and special - and named for the type of dance it embodies. And the ladies made sure to use layering techniques and deliberate design details that together orchestrate graceful movement and flow for the bride.

We’ve seen bridal done to mirror ballet, but let’s just say ballet is now basic. Merengue, Salsa, Pasodoble, Vogue, we’ll see YOU now.

Merengue

Features a fitted rich lace bodice, with an illusion off-the-shoulder neckline, lace skirt, low illusion back, pearl details and optional detachable lace sleeves. 👈 THIS. Two looks in one.

Naama & Anat Merengue Gown

Salsa

A fitted sheath double lace dress with glitter french lace appliqué. The dress also includes a dramatic detachable overskirt, which can be worn for the ceremony and then removed for the reception! That deep pearl-lined illusion neck is 🔥.

Naama & Anat Salsa Gown

Pasodoble

A sheath cut, fitted lace bodice with embroidered lace details and beading, completed with an open illusion back and a dually sweet and sexy pearl drape. We’ve replaced any iteration of the ‘statement back’ in our minds with this one. This IS statement.

Naama & Anat Pasodoble Gown

Vogue

Features a mermaid/trumpet silhouette with asymmetrical glitter french lace and layers of blush and ivory tulle. Ohhhh, that ✨✨✨

Naama & Anat Vogue Gown

Naama & Anat Haute Couture provides engaged girls with a unique experience and the highest level of customer service by hand making the gowns specific to each individual bride’s measurements - that means PERFECT size matching. Every gown is also customizable, from detachable sleeves to overskirts: the possibilities are endless. Naama and Anat treat each gown as a collaboration between themselves and the bride as they are dedicated to creating the perfect gown for a bride’s most memorable day.

Anyone else feeling shook to shimmy? 

No, just us? Well, you’ll just need to check out the full lineup of dance-inspired ditties at Naama & Anat Haute Couture or stalk their Insta page to see these just-debuted gowns take center stage.

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