7 Stunning Gowns from Ines Di Santo’s Newest Collection

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It’s one of our favorite times of the year, where designers are starting to announce their Spring 2021 collections. Ines di Santo creates some of the most magical, ethereal wedding gowns, and we are obsessed with some of the dresses in her most recent Spring 2021 collection. 
We love the way that the Ines di Santo brand uses different fabrics to structure their gown to complement different body shapes. The new Spring 2021 collection seems to be all about allowing women to unlock their inner goddess and demonstrate the power of their own self-love and confidence. 
About this most recent collection, designer Ines di Santo says, “This is the feeling that I wanted to convey when you look at my latest collection. I wanted to take your eye on a journey of fantasy and beauty. I have draped silhouettes to give them new lightness and drama. I have worked with fabrications that are ethereal that float like mist in the air. All of my hand embellishments seem to blossom organically on each design. I hope you find these gowns as enchanting as I do.”
The gowns are elegant and romantic with beautiful detailing that seems to convey movement and grace even when the bride is standing still. If you are looking for something that will make you feel elegant, stately, and dreamy all in one, the Ines di Santo Spring 2021 wedding dresses may be perfect for you. 
Below are seven of our favorite dresses from the newest collection!


We absolutely love the draped skirt of this gown and the lace insert for the corset bodice. The eyelash lace around the neckline is absolutely gorgeous! There is nothing better than a sheath dress with a train that just spills after the bride. The asymmetry of the waistline is just one other thing that we love about this dress.


The balance of this a-line wedding dress with the flowing cathedral train creates something that makes a true visual statement while still feeling light and flowy. Plus, the deep v-neck and the high slit creates a design that is just stunning. This lace design is just timeless but is made even more special with the slight beading.


To live your true princess dreams, check out the Lunaria ball gown with 3-dimensional beaded embellishments on the skirt. The transition of boning of the bodice into the fuller skirt is effortlessly elegant, and we love the addition of the illusion insert to continue the embellishments across the bustline.


Speaking of illusion dresses, we are truly obsessed with this illusion cap sleeve gown with beaded accents. The beading amidst the neckline and the bustline draws the eye to accent the bride’s natural shape. There’s no need for jewelry when your gown sparkles like this! 


While this wedding dress may lack embellishments, it is far from simple. The wrap skirt design and the high slit creates a beautiful structure that is both vintage and couture. Make sure you notice the peekaboo sides that create some space in the very solid design. There is no better dress to allow your natural beauty to shine.


This is a wedding dress of all of our fairy princess dreams. The sheer cold shoulder pairs beautifully with the layered skirt and delicate embroidery. This gown features two key elements of this Ines di Santo collection: a corseted bodice and a cathedral train.


How beautiful is the back of this dress! We absolutely love the halter neck and the simplicity of the lines. The front of this dress features asymmetrical ruching that just makes the fabric cling in all of the right places. The fabric has a beautiful sheen that makes this a dress fit for a queen.
The Spring 2021 Collection from Ines di Santo may be some of our favorite gowns we’ve ever seen from her. If you’re looking for a wedding dress with regal elegance and romantic grace, make sure you go check out the rest of the collection! 
Gracie Griffin
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