New! Bridal Caftans by Elizabeth Dye
The local gown designer adds Moroccan-inspired styles to her white-dress repertoire.
By PBG staff
Somewhere in between the dashiki, muumuu, and poncho hangs the caftan, a hot-weather garment often worn in Moroccan weddings.
Local gown designer Elizabeth Dye included the global style in her new Painted Desert Collection. We’re crushing on the Sonora Caftan Gown and the Silvermine Caftan, which layers over the Silvermine Gown.
And for the days leading up to the big day, or the days after spent on your honeymoon, Dye offers more casual caftans in bold geometric prints like this something-blue style (available at Una).