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Hot Eco-Couture Wedding Gowns from Bridal Fashion Designer Adele Wechsler

Eco Couture Bridal Wedding Fashion Dress Adele Wechsler

Designer Adele Wechsler, a South Africa native and current Toronto resident, doesn’t see green weddings as merely a passing trend, but “as more of a movement that’s here to stay.”  Adele’s newest Eco-Couture Collection transcends preconceived notions of eco bridal wear by seamlessly blending high fashion luxury with organic fabric and fair-trade labor.

Adele Wechsler Eco Green Bridal The stunning gowns — vibrant proof that eco-consciousness and couture aren’t mutually exclusive — are lovingly crafted in Canada using the following:

-certified organic hemp and silk blends
-vegetable-dyed silk
-remnant lace and fabrics
-many hand-cut, hand-sown details
-fair trade labor

“I want to reach out to women in a different way,” says Adele.  The Eco-Couture Collection is designed “for the bride who cares about the world in which she lives.”

Adele’s previous collections include Hello Africa, a gorgeous line featuring the intricate hand-beading of Zulu artisans.   Adele’s unique bridal designs are internationally known and have the irresistible appeal of drawing women closer together.  “Through fashion we have transformed our worlds and journeyed into others and others have, similarly, journeyed into ours.”

Summer promotions and discounts are available.

Images courtesy Adele Wechsler.

Written by Gina Munsey

Gina was born in Mexico, but spent her early childhood years in Eastern Europe. She gained her Associate and Bachelor degrees from schools in California and Michigan, respectively, and was mostly recently employed in the Business Systems field in California. Diagnosed with a corn allergy in her early twenties, Gina has taken on the challenge of living corn-free -- as well as dairy, wheat, and gluten-free -- in a corn-saturated world. She currently lives in beautiful Northern California. Gina loves her husband, watering her plants, writing poetry and blog posts, creating collages, browsing art galleries, eliminating toxic chemicals, reading the Bible, doing laundry, reading cookbooks and substituting ingredients in recipes, collecting broken shells from the beach, repurposing everyday objects, and watching curtains dance over open windows. Follow her on Twitter @gmunsey.

2 Comments

  1. Eco dresses are better because the cotton is grown somewhere different than the cotton other dresses are made of!

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