The dress dreams are made of! With a unique combination of French and Japanese lace, paired with a flattering classic fit and a statement low back, the Inca is an unforgettable, signature GRACE gown. Made for the woman with effortless style, with substance and passion. Inca is a piece of art with unique shapes and contouring, designed to highlight the female figure in the most flattering way. Designed with a straight boat neck and a barely there, 7/8 length sleeve, the Inca has been cleverly constructed with all the right elements.
Prior to coming into the showroom, I had picked out the INCA dress as my standout favourite, I actually showed Steven a whole heap of dresses just to gauge if there was any he didn’t like, I definitely didn’t want him to pick one he liked. But much to my surprise the INCA just stood out to him also and the loved it and thought it was so elegant. When I tried the Inca on for the first time I just knew it was the one, I felt so comfortable in it and it was just totally me! Of course I had to go home and trick Steven and tell him that I ended up going a different dress so that I could surprise him, I couldn’t wait to see the look on his face when he saw me in it when the chapel doors opened!
I chose the “Inca” dress! I first laid eyes on this dress while planning out an Iceland trip with my husband (boyfriend at the time). I was sifting through Iceland blogs and randomly stumbled upon the most beautiful Iceland elopement. She was wearing Inca and I instantly remember thinking how unique and beautiful it was. I never really imagined myself in a classic wedding gown. I’ve always pictured myself in something less traditional. Coincidentally my boyfriend proposed to me in Iceland!
The Inca dress with the nude lining. I had been looking at dresses online and on Pintrest and always loves ones with long sleeves and low backs and the Inca definitely ticks those boxes! I tried on a few different Grace Loves Lace dresses which were all amazing but I didn’t love them as much as the Inca, it was actually the first dress I tried on.
I chose the INCA dress and knew it was “The One” before even getting engaged! Haha I had seen it here and there on different blogs and loved how it stood out from other long sleeve laced wedding dresses. The nude lining and deep back v made it so unique.