Jesus Peiro 2020 Collection – New In Store
These bridal beauties have just landed from Jesus Peiro! Check out the latest bridalwear styles from our favourite Barcelona bridal designer, then book in to try them all to yourself…
Jesus Peiro 2020 – 110
I challenge you not to love this fabric. The dotty taffeta on this dress reminds me of Dior’s new look: totally feminine.
Naturally Jesus Peiro have added a perfectly-formed bow to finish this gown, but it can equally be worn without the addition.
Jesus Peiro 2020 – 121
When you think ball-gown wedding dress, you don’t usually then think split hem to flash your legs. But that’s what this dress brings to the party: all the drama and glam of ball-gown, with stunning cross-back straps thrown in for good measure.
I love this dress for its unexpected twist on a classic silhouette. It’s also a great excuse to splurge on your wedding shoes – because everyone will actually see them!
Jesus Peiro 2020 – 142 top with 944 skirt
Planning a two-day wedding? How about separates for two alternate looks? Having the 142 long-sleeve stretch top and the 944 skirt means I have even more to play with for brides who want a mix-and-match style.
With the top you get elegant long sleeves, a scoop neckline and a high back, so you can comfortably wear a bra and show off those assets to the full.
And the stunner of a skirt would add some ball-gown goodness to something as simple as a cropped t-shirt.
Jesus Peiro 2020 – 161
We all know Meghan Markle would’ve worn that Stella McCartney halter-neck as her main dress if the royals had allowed it...
This Jesus Peiro beauty is reminiscent of that dress, but takes things up a notch with a strapped back. Want stylish cool with pockets? Then this is your dress.
Jesus Peiro 2020 – 165
Show off your curves in this perfectly-proportioned V-neck crepe dress. Jesus Peiro know how to cut to a woman’s shape, and this dress accentuates the behind with their signature covered buttons.
I’m a sucker for optional belts to switch up the look, or add the 120 organza blouson sleeves so you can strut those power shoulders!
Jesus Peiro 2020 – 106 with detachable train
It was love at first sight with this one. Who wouldn’t want a detachable train?
As you can see from the pics, you get the best of both worlds with this one: the big dramatic skirt for the ceremony, then whip it off to show off that figure in a fit-and-flare skirt when the music hits. And that bow covers all the attachments. Two-in-one GENIUS.