Selma Benomar, the prestigious Dubai-based Kaftan label, has recently launched its 2018 Bridal Collection, “True Love”. The Moroccan designer is well known as the region´s go-to label for statement-embellished Kaftans. Worn by the who´s who of Arab celebrities, Selma Benomar brings her vision of a wedding to life with 8 exclusive dresses. Each piece is handmade in her Dubai-based atelier.
Founded in 2012, Selma Benomar Kaftans are synonyms for the impeccable quality and lush work. Though simplistic, each piece is uniquely defined by color palette, mix of embroidery and stonework. The new bridal collection “True Love” is said to be inspired by the dreams and memoirs that every girl has linked to her wedding, painting a picture that is stunning, heartwarming and yet extremely in fashion!
The Moroccan heritage-depicting designer also took influence from the timelessness of a wedding dress, the elegance and the emotion it brings to every woman. Selma wanted these Kaftans to be almost like a masterpiece to the bride, which she cherishes and takes forward for generations to come. The beautiful blends of colors in this bridal collection are complement to the feminine cuts and structure. With base colors like beige, off whites, silvers and gold, the Kaftans are a contrasting shade to their original feeling. Carefully sourced from Milan and Paris, Selma Benomar’schoice of fabric is selective and stellar. The brand also only uses the most high-quality crystals and embellishments, selected especially from Germany and France.
Whether a bride is searching for a dress that is traditional, classic and glamourous or modern contemporary, Selma Benomar’s new range dares the bride to believe that almost any look can be perfected with a wedding caftan.Selma Benomarmentioned her thoughts on the collection: “Weddings can be the most important day is a woman’s life and it is so important for the bride to feel special. The range of caftans brings in luxury, exquisiteness and also our ambition for making every woman feel absolutely stunning in the pieces, creating almost like a tradition for her family to carry.” She said.