TruFlair has launched their 2022 bridal couture collection named “Embodied“. The 2022 Embodied bridal collection takes inspiration from how brides become one with their dress on their big day, serving as a witness to the love shared by two love birds. It also represents the oneness expected from the couples after the ceremony.

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The dresses in the Embodied collection are all designed with the finest of fabrics, the perfect fitting corsets, embellishments, and intricate hand beading. The Embodied collection covers a range of silhouette such as the A-line, mermaid, fit and flare, sheaths, detachable over skirts, jumpsuit, and blazer. The dresses in the embodied collection speaks volumes, literally because they are bold, dramatic and daring.

The Embodied collection was officially photographed and showcased at the St Mary Magdalene Church, Grand Junction – The Nave which is known for its beautiful Gothic Revival architecture on the 21st of October 2022. 

The embodied collection was designed for brides who want to feel most special on their wedding day. Miracle Folaranmi, the creative designer said “Her dress takes her form while she walks down the aisle with grace, confidence, elegance, and poise.”

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The couture collection was handcrafted from specially selected bridal fabrics along with pearls, crystals, Chantilly laces made with hands of love. The 2022 Embodied collection was showcased for the first time at the Africa Fashion Week London which is the largest exhibition showcasing African designers in Europe, and it took place on the 8th of October 2022 at the Freemason’s hall.

A few pieces were also Exhibited at the just concluded wedding fair – The National Wedding Show at ExCel London on the 15th and 16th of October, 2022.

About TruFlair
TruFlair, a bridal couture brand, was founded in 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria by Miracle Folaranmi to create wedding dresses that empower women, and make them feel confident and beautiful on their wedding day. In 2017,  she honed her skills further by attending a professional fashion design academy to learn industry-standard fashion techniques as well as bridal couture. She officially kicked off her design career in the same year and by 2018, Miracle was ready to show her first bridal collection – the Beyond Beautiful Bridal Collection –  to the world followed by Obsession in 2019, Romance and Grandeur Collection in 2020, Eternal Collection in 2021 and others. She has continually fulfilled her lifelong desire to make brides all over the world happy on their big day by creating their dream dresses.

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The “Tru” in Truflair is a nod to her true passion for designing, and she sincerely values the trust of every bride that places their faith in her to flawlessly turn their dream dress into a reality.