Introducing Freya Rose’s exquisite Violet Grey Collection
The name Freya Rose has become synonymous with feminine elegance in the bridal shoe world, so we’re delighted to be able to share with you news of their latest range.
Freya Rose’s highly-anticipated 2016 Violet Grey Collection is about to be launched at the New York Bridal Market, and we’re thrilled to be showcasing some of the beautiful range here.
Using the finest French Lace developed in England in the early 19th century (and later used on one of the most iconic wedding gowns of all time: The Duchess of Cambridge’s dress), as well as luxurious Shantung Silk and soft Italian leathers, the shoes are hand-embellished with azure blue and iridescent opal Swarovski adornments.
Freya Rose say that their Violet Grey collection ‘reflects the ethereal and romantic elegance of bohemian luxury…a bride that embraces dreamy, instinctively-feminine design and vintage-inspired jewels’ – and we couldn’t agree more! Embodying luxury and femininity, with a touch of sparkle, a Freya Rose shoe is the ideal choice for a bride looking for vintage glamour.
The collection is composed of five styles that combine elegance and wear-ability: music to the ears of the stylish bride looking to dance the night away! There’s the Victoria: a fabulous modern-approach to the vintage lace bootie; the Tabitha: a sophisticated lace-up point, and, of course, a classic ankle-strap sandal. The collection also includes the Felicity, caudry-lace wedge – the first to be created by the brand – with a soft nubuck lace ankle tie: perfect for the bride looking for comfort and elegance with a luxurious feel on her wedding day.
Freya Rose is an award-winning brand based in Islington, London, which specialises in Bridal and Ready-to-Wear shoes and accessories. Freya Rose also offers bespoke embellishments and customisations, ensuring a highly-personal approach to make your dream design come to life.
You can find Freya Rose stocked in a number of luxury stores, such as Browns Bride. If you’d like further information about the collection, please visit Freya Rose’s website.