Like the French painter, Claude Monet, who gave a name to the Impressionism movement, so too does Madi Lane’s Monet. A wearable art piece that also captures the light and movement, but unlike Monet’s landscapes, she offers a new perspective of living art on the female form. Monet is simply loveable with her scooping sweetheart neckline, which gently dips into the bodice. Intricate 3D flower buds softly explode over the gown, as it drags across the cobblestone streets of Italy. Monet’s strapless design accentuates her bride’s petite frame before showcasing her curves and elongating the body as her train ruffles behind. Monet’s lace motifs have been designed to add texture and intrigue to the way her gown falls into rivets of soft tulle around her feet. Her first impression is fun and flirtatious and when she turns it’s even more so, as Monet’s back dips into a curve which is drawn together with an ivory tulle, tie-up bow. She really is a piece of irresistible art that leaves a heart- warming impression for any bride-to-be.
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