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  • 0 Featured in Tie The Knot Scotland!

    • by Administrator
    • 01-09-2019
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    We are thrilled to be featured in this month’s September issue of Tie The Knot Scotland, our go-to bridal magazine for all the latest trends and inspiration you need to plan the perfect wedding day. From the Oscar Lili Bridal 2020 Collection; the spotlight is on our gorgeously sleek and modern Isla wedding dress along with the more traditional and regal Sara gown. Our spotty assistant Oscar also got a mention; he loved taking centre stage of the campaign shoot and sitting handsomely for the photographer (Tina Sorensen Photography). Both of these bridal gowns are irresistibly chic, classic, and fuss-free, and we are pleased that Tie The Knot love them as much as we do. Take a look at the feature above and visit the Tie The Knot Scotland website at for more bridal fashion inspiration.  

  • 0 Oscar Lili Favourites - Stella York 6500

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    • 15-06-2019
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    If you are still on the lookout for your perfect wedding dress, then we are excited to show you our stunning dress of the week by Australian designer Stella York. Style 6500 has been very popular with our Oscar Lili clients for some time now and we’re sure you can see why.  The soft fishtail silhouette is an extremely flattering fit which is enhanced by gorgeous sheer lace side cut-outs that give you the ultimate hourglass shape. We can’t get enough of the all-over lace and tulle fabric which is layered over matte-side satin, so it will drape perfectly and move with you effortlessly during your day. And when it comes to effortlessness, this dress truly is the one, as it is super lightweight and features a concealed zip fastening under the fabric covered button detail.  For a bit more glamour the lace is scattered with clear beading to give subtle sparkle, which will make you feel extra special on your wedding day. The addition of the sheer lace straps, sexy side cut-outs, and that amazing open back with button-up detail will wow your wedding guests and give you all the confidence you need for the big day.  To balance the sheer areas, the design features a high neckline which is more modest but ensures a modern look. This style is a classic and would work well within a traditional wedding setting as well as something more contemporary.  If you’d love to come try on style 6500 or any other Stella York designs, book an appointment at the Oscar Lili, Morningside boutique now and one of our consultants will help to style you to perfection!    

  • 0 Stella York 2019 at Oscar Lili

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    • 01-06-2019
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    The summer wedding season is in full swing here at Oscar Lili, and we’re excited to be welcoming the sunshine as well as a selection of fabulous styles from the Stella York 2019 collection that showcase this year’s key summer bridal trends.  The Australian-inspired design is youthful and fresh this summer and in true Stella York fashion, there is no compromise with glamour. We promise you will be glowing on your special day, and with expertly crafted fit and perfectly figure forming silhouettes all eyes will most definitely be on the bride.    This season traditional ball gown bridal gowns are a must-have for the bride who wants to make a statement and one of our favourites is Stella York 6581. Think traditional with a little extra something; this dress is an update on a princess style with an amazing voluminous tulle skirt and long train to give extra impact. The clean structured mikado bodice is super flattering and the deep plunge V-neckline, V-back and side cut-outs add a sexy, contemporary edge. The nude tulle inserts give reassurance when wearing this more revealing style and if you want to show a bit more skin for summer but feel a little wary then this could be the perfect dress for you. A concealed zip back fastening adds extra ease of wear, while the bodice is lightweight and the tulle skirt provides a lot of movement which is ideal for warmer days. If you are looking for more detail then you’ll be glad to hear that the romantic lace trend has been big on the runway; with embroidery, appliqué, soft tulle and florals taking centre stage. The perfect look for summer, we think Stella York 6732 is a style that has it all. This dress would be beautiful for a garden wedding with its floral patterned lace covering the bodice and creeping down onto the voluminous tulle skirt. 3D organza flowers are also scattered across the soft sheer tulle fabric to add subtle texture and romanticism. The bodice is a flattering corset style and has sheer areas between the lace, with off-shoulder pearl straps giving a real touch of glamour.    Another option if you love the whimsical floral look but want a more Boho bride feel, is Stella York 6646. This is such an elegant, contemporary dress which is also something a little different. It is all about the details with satin covered buttons fastening all the way down the back. The bodice is nude illusion with a beautiful statement floral lace which appears to flow off the shoulders, down to the waistline and just onto the French tulle and matte satin skirt. The long lace sleeves, A-line silhouette and lightweight feel of the gown provide a lovely relaxed style for summertime; however, with a dramatic plunge neckline and sheer open back you will still make quite the impression. Whether you are looking for dramatic and traditional, elegant summer simplicity or perhaps something a bit more playful, “with each creation a perfect complement to a bride’s attitude, style and spirit”, Stella York have ensured that there is something to suit everyone. We know you can never have too much choice when it comes to your wedding day and to make sure you find the perfect match we have a wide variety of styles for you to choose from in our Edinburgh boutique.


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