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Sareh Nouri Just Upped the Bridal Getting-Ready Game In a Major Way


Sareh Nouri Just Upped the Bridal Getting-Ready Game In a Major Way

Not going to lie, bridal robes have been around for a long time. Like, they’ve been part of a wedding morning fashion trend for well over a decade - at least. We’ve seen satin floral prints, fringe-trimmed types, embroidered terry cloth iterations, cotton and chiffon kaftans, everything really, including ones with lace. But the brand-new luxe lace robe launch from bridal designer, Sareh Nouri, is #somethingnew entirely, and we wouldn’t be extra if we argued that these robes actually rival the wedding dress itself. The designs are so beautiful that when we say they’ll take you from the bridal suite on your wedding morning right on through to the plunge pool outside your private honeymoon pavilion, we’re not lying.

How this new launch ties in with Sareh’s legacy

The stunning and exclusive new collection of luxury lace bridal robes from Sareh Nouri uses signature laces from some of her favorite bridal gown designs. Everything is made in her US atelier, by her team of skilled artisans and creative couturiers. And most importantly, the robes have that characteristic Sareh Nouri aesthetic that’s known for its sophistication, timelessness, and incredible attention to detail and dramatic effect.

Sareh Nouri Just Upped the Bridal Getting-Ready Game In a Major Way

And why we adore the looks so much

It’s not just because they’re pretty, it has a lot more to do with how perfect they are for future brides - the ones who are wading through wedding planning and dress shopping in such a tumultuous time. Sareh has taken all of the uncertainty of the year and the stress that her brides have felt to heart and channeled it into a collection that is happy and cheerful - it doesn’t mean that the robes are a novelty, though. An embroidered Mrs. or a ‘Wifey’ with a wink are cute, of course, but they’re a little amateur. When a bride slips into one of these, she isn’t sophomorically blushing and pinching herself over her new title, she’s smiling at the day that’s arrived and feeling assured and confident in the strong woman and partner role that she’s stepping into.

Your getting ready photos with the robe will literally have you looking like a model backstage at fashion week.

You’ll have something that makes you stand out amongst the rest of your squad. A lover’s lace, we’ll call it - it just says ‘I’m the bride.’

Sareh Nouri Just Upped the Bridal Getting-Ready Game In a Major Way

You’ll have something in lace that you can wear with pride, especially if you won’t be wearing the fabric in your gown or dress for the actual 'I Dos.'

You can wear what you want and what works for your unique vows without feeling resentment or an obligation to embrace traditional bridal fashion cues (with lace or charmeuse fabrications, grandiose ball gown or mermaid silhouettes, etc.). Your robe has already set the tone.

You can bring the ‘bride’ with you on your honeymoon - when it’s safe - or have a sultry, sexy staycation and still feel like you’re lounging in the lap of luxury with your robe on and a chic chemise underneath.

Sareh Nouri Just Upped the Bridal Getting-Ready Game In a Major Way

Sareh Nouri Just Upped the Bridal Getting-Ready Game In a Major Way

#somethingspecial for you future brides to unwrap

Sareh Nouri is offering free standard shipping on her bridal robes for the holidays, so if you’ll be celebrating your nuptials in the near future, you’ll want to scope out the SN site RN! 


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