Jesus Peiro have officially launched their latest collection which is called Mirtilli (Blueberries). I was lucky enough to preview the collection in Barcelona back in April and have been so excited to write a blog post about how incredible the new designs are.
The idea behind Merche Segarra’s Mirtilli collection is all things sweet, her inspiration came from Paris and their patisseries. Having a serious sweet tooth myself I was all over this collection!
Mirtilli is a mixture of interesting textures, full skirts and playful details. I fell in love with so many of the dresses in Barcelona as they encapsulate the modern bride so well. They are perfectly cut to flatter the female body and exude interest and excitement. The thing that always strikes me with Jesus Peiro dresses is the fabrics they use. They are so unique and fun which really takes a simple cut gown to the next level.
Bridal wear is always pushing boundaries with fabrics. Traditional lace and satin are integral to most bridal wear collections but there is a new contemporary way to incorporate pattern into a wedding dress without the use of lace. This is through the use of textured fabrics, from embossed designs to stripes and ribbed cotton, texture is a key trend for the modern bride.
Jesus Peiro does this so well. They use classic, clean cuts lines with some of the most interesting and exciting fabric options I have seen. I am always super excited to see what new fabrics they have used, their dresses are always so charming and effortlessly cool.
It is the perfect option for brides who are looking for a minimal cut but don’t want the dress to look ‘too simple’. Texture adds fun, interest and something unique to a simple gown.
Here are some of my absolute favourites from the Mirtilli collection, I have no idea how you can just choose one! Good luck ladies.
A selection of these amazing dresses are available at Morgan Davies Bridal London
Dates for your diary // Jesus Peiro Trunk Show 8th-22nd August at Morgan Davies London
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