A Washable Wedding Dress You Could Wear Again and Again
This white gown doesn't need to be stuffed in the attic after one use
A traditional wedding dress, in many ways, is an excess. They are often very expensive, require a lot of hours and materials to make but usually only worn once before being stuffed in a bag. Designer Elizabeth Suzann, with her minimalism and focus on utility, has a vision that counters this wasteful attitude toward clothing. In The White Collection, the self-taught designer offers timeless options for the modern bride who probably prefers buying clothes that can be worn for more than one day in her life.
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