Sponsored: 60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer

60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer

With the quality and attention to detail that only comes with handmade gowns and an elegant aesthetic that transcends time, Veronica Sheaffer’s bridal designs have made her a tremendous up-and-coming name in the design world! Today, I get to share her latest collection for Spring/Summer 2014!

About Veronica

Veronica is a self-taught designer and dressmaker, and she launched her brand of handcrafted bridal gowns and accessories in Chicago in 2010. Before starting her own line, she was the creative director and designer for Coco Irene, a women’s clothing and accessories line she founded with friend Taryn Parker.

In her time at Coco Irene, brides would come to Veronica (sometimes from around the country) for custom gown designs. From there, she’s established her reputation in the U.S. for classic, feminine gowns with thoughtful, unexpected details. (Pictured above: Trillium)

60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer

In keeping with her tradition of using only the finest fabrics and dreaming up designs that harken to a bygone era of femininity and luxury, Veronica’s latest work features 1960s-inspired silhouettes. The Spring/Summer 2014 collection adds crisp, clean cotton along with fine English netting and polished pin-tucks. The retro silhouettes are accented by delicate beading, hand-sewn details and soft silk linings. (Pictured above: Lotus)

60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer
60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer
60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer
60s-Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Collection by Veronica Sheaffer

(Pictured above: Camellia, Gardenia, Honeysuckle & Lierre)

Stay tuned for Veronica’s upcoming collection, which will feature classic designs with an amazing fit, lots of lace and a whole new price range. Head on over to her site to learn more: www.vsgowns.com.

This is a sponsored post for Veronica Sheaffer.

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Erika Pitera is a professional journalist and the author of ArtfullyWed.com, a wedding inspiration blog and magazine for creative brides.

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