Some brides want clean, elegant simplicity on their big day. Some brides crave a huge ‘meringue’ with glitz and all the trimmings but the things all brides agree they would really love to have in their bridal gown are high quality materials, perfect fit and amazing attention to detail… Enter Kenneth Winston.
The ‘Private Label by G’ bridal collection has been in the same family for 30 years and the incredibly talented brothers Ken and Winston Yeh are now the design duo behind the respected southern Californian label their parents established.
Known in the industry for the most divine, intricate beading, use of textures and ornate lace work, the Kenneth Winston collection is unashamedly romantic and offers a range of dress silhouettes to suit every bride.
If the words ‘mermaid’, ‘trumpet’ and ‘ruffle’ send you into a mini bridal frenzy then you’re looking at the right collection. Slim and sexy fit and flare dresses are just one of the looks this label gets absolutely bang on. That said, Kenneth Winston also perfects the full-skirted and dreamy, with ‘A’ line and ball gown dresses to rival some seriously high-end competition (but without the OMG price tag to match).
One of the key features I love as a bridal shop owner is that the label offers design changes to many of their gowns which allows our brides to ‘tweak’ dresses to their own personal specifications. If I had a pound for every time I’ve heard a bride say ‘I love the top of this dress but the bottom of that one!’ I’d be sipping mojitos in St. Barts right now…
We love Kenneth Winston gowns and our brides agree. We’re talking unforgettable looks that tick all the right boxes in terms of wearability as well as making that all important first impact.
These gowns are simply stunning to look at and wear – they have a range of necklines, strap styles and back details and even the internal seams are sewn for comfort! Nothing is left to chance with these designs – we’re talking total ‘sharp intake of breath’ gowns – what bride doesn’t want to hear the collective inhaling of their guests as they make their entrance?