The Prelude Bridal has been a hit with brides for its classic silhouettes and designs from renowned bridal designers and brands such as Christos, Hayley Paige, Kelly Faetanini, Love, Yu, Junko Yoshioka and Jim Hjelm.
The salon’s design philosophy? “Lace and tulle with classic silhouettes feature strongly in our collections,” says Loh Tann-Ling, founder of The Prelude Bridal.
PHOTO: Amsale Fall 2015
Known for its elegant and understated creations, brides can expect to find gowns that feature exquisite and luxurious craftsmanship from the brands the salon carries each season. Their gowns are so easy and comfortable that brides planning for an overseas destination, or outdoor weddings, will find their perfect dress here.
“We understand how it feels like to be wearing a bridal gown for several hours, especially in Singapore’s tropical climate. It is important to us that our brides feel at ease in our styles,” Tann-Ling adds.
Despite a rise in brides seeking unique celebrations, Tann-Ling feels that brides nowadays are looking for “timeless classics with a twist”, in their gowns.
PHOTO: Nouvelle Amsale Fall 2015
While you’re at it, look out for the salon’s latest additions from New York: Amsale and Nouvelle Amsale, which will be in-stores March 2015. The latter offers “chic, contemporary silhouettes with an infusion of fresh feminity and an air of refind elegance. It also provides accessible luxury for today’s modern bride.” Prices start from $4,500 for Amsale, and $3,000 for Nouvelle Amsale.