Rent Dina Bar-El for a Show-Stopping Designer Dress
German born Dina, moved to the United States at the age of 18 where she has built her gorgeous collection of ball gowns and cocktail dresses and generated a huge following of fans and celebrities. Â Based in California, the dresses are entirely made in the United States and designed to flatter and accentuate a woman’s curves. Â As described by Dina, Plunging necklines, flouncy fishtails, two-tone gowns and asymmetrical drapes have ensured her dresses remain in the limelight.
Her collections reached an all time high when Kate Hudson wore her yellow, back-less gown in the film ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’. Â Romantic, elegant and sophisticated she mixes the classic with a contemporary twist like nobody else. Â Her dresses are on-trend yet maintain a high level of quality for an extremely reasonable price. Â Inspired by her late daughter Orna, Dina’s collections are made with love and with a special appreciation for glamour and femininity. Â Her collections are now sold worldwide.
Hire one of Dina’s gorgeous gowns from Girl Meets Dress today! Â Here are some of our favourites…
The Louise Dress Â is a statement, black-tie gown covered in lace with a fitted bodice and fish-tail skirt. Â This elegant and highly glamorous dress is the perfect choice for a romantic, black-tie occassion. Â Ensure you stand out from the crowd with a look that exudes old Hollywood glamour.
The Penelope Dress is fitted with a plunging neckline and fitted ruched bodice. Â In plum with a corsage embellishment, this is another extremely romantic and elegant Dina Bar-El gown. Â With its satin-chiffon draped skirt, team with strappy silver heels, a metallic clutch and long, delicate necklace to complete the look.
Finally, we have the Anastasia Gown, an asymmetrical dress with crystal embellishment on the shoulder. Â In cream, silk-chiffon, the ruched bodice completes this evening gown with a high luxury look. Â Keep the dress simple with matching silver accessories and strappy heels.
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By Caroline Dawe