The New Sareh Nouri Collection!

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Sareh Nouri Trunk Show

February 23rd-25th, 2018

The new Fall 2018 Sareh Nouri collection is coming to LWD February 23rd-25th! These gowns are absolutely gorgeous, made in the USA, and are a unique combo of modern and romantic. Sareh Nouri's fashion director, Andres Rios, was kind enough to answer some questions about the designer and the new collection. See his responses below, as well as a sneak peek of the new collection!


LWD: How did Sareh Nouri get into bridal? 

Andres: Sareh started her brand when she was searching for her own wedding gown and was not able to find a wedding dress. Her background is in graphic design and she was a bridal sales consultant which both helped her to create her vision and start her brand. 

LWD: What sets Sareh Nouri apart from other bridal gown designers?

Andres: Sareh is knowned as "the bride's designer". She loves to be involved with brides and learn what they want for their wedding gowns. She has created dresses for her collections while visiting trunk shows and seeing what brides want. 

LWD: What’s the inspiration for the latest collection?

Andres: The latest collection was inspired by her trips to Scandinavia. “The fabrics, laces and patterns that I selected and designed for this collection are reminiscent of this beautiful, modern and affluent culture.  The cities of Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo and the fjords of Norway were forever in my thoughts as I created my new collection” said Sareh Nouri.

LWD: What is Sareh's favorite gown from this collection?

Andres: Elle is Sareh's favorite dress from the collection, she loves the sheen and printed lace of the liquid organza. She also loves the neckline and bow detail. 

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The Elle gown

LWD: What kind of bride is a Sareh Nouri bride?

Andres: Classic, timeless, elegant. 

LWD: What advice do you give brides shopping for their wedding gown? 

Andres: Be open minded to what you will be trying on, you cannot tell from a photo or a dress hanging on a rack how the dress will look until you try it on. 

Posted on February 17, 2018 and filed under Events.