Uma, its Sanskrit etymology perfectly reflects the spiritual brightness of this bridal dress.
An intact body goddess; no trinckets, no decorations, just so much elegance mirrored in radiant pure tightness.
Actually, the linearity of this dress is purely appearance because arises from weighted confluence of details brought to the essence and balanced in order to create a disciplined yet effortless-chic effect, extremely appealing.
Naturally alluring, without any shameless sexy surplus, Uma is ideal for formal and elegant weddings.
Uma is the kind of bridal gown where design and materic details cleverly calibrated really make the difference. The minimal dress line together with the smooth bright cady crepe lend the dress that overall refined and rigorous aesthetic effect. Focal point of the dress: the deep but virginal neckline that finds natural and implicit continuation in the central stitching and the high waist belt that enters and exits the dress from the little lateral splits. Illuminated by a mix of semi-domed and hexagonal studs, Uma’s belt reverberates on the whole look high and precious splendor. That’s unique concession to the “luxury” and the “whim”, only accessory part of this bridal look, ideal for sober and refined fashion weddings.