Sabina Motasem adds new styles to celebrate Princess Beatrice's dress
When Princess Beatrice wore the Queen's Coronation dress by designer Norman Hartnell and upcycled it for her intimate July wedding, she sparked lots of interest in sustainable wedding dresses. To celebrate, bridal brand Sabina Motasem, who recently launched The Green Collection which is a new fashion line of vegan, luxe and eco-friendly pieces including six beautiful wedding dresses, has just expanded the collection by adding two of their much-loved dresses from their Couture Collection – Josephine and Violette.
If you've had your eye on one these timeless classics but had a limited budget, want to be green and not compromise on quality, then these new styles (named after plants) are for you. Already a growing trend in fashion and now perfect for intimate weddings, they are 100% ethical and proudly made by the same London-based ateliers who make the couture dresses. They are affordable with prices starting from £1200 and are available to buy exclusively online.
Sabina Motasem are offering customers a home delivery service so that they can try on the dresses in the comfort of their own home and book a complimentary virtual appointment too. Even though they aren't meeting physically, customers will still receive the personal touch that the brand is well-known for!
"They say necessity is the mother of invention – we always wanted to create a secondary line long before the pandemic came along. A whole season of weddings [including my own!] have had to adapt. As weddings begin again, in a new way, brides are re-evaluating what they want from their big day." Sabina Motasem
For further information and to book, visit https://www.motasem.co.uk