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Wanda Borges Wedding Dresses: Open Back or Backless Gowns

Wanda Borges Wedding Dresses

While on the hunt for the perfect backless wedding dress, I’ve come across a few favorite designers that seem to be designing wedding gowns that are right up my alley.

The first designer I fell in love with was Wanda Borges and this beautiful backless gown. It’s what made me finally decide on a “style” of wedding dress that I want for our destination beach wedding.

Here are a few more gowns I like that this very talented italian designer has come up with. I’m hoping some will be available to try on locally. For those of you that have already tried shopping for a Wanda Borges wedding dress, did you find that they were hard to come by?

Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

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Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

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Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

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Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

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Wanda Borges sDefines Wedding Couture

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Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

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Wanda Borgess wedding dresses

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Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

Photo Credit Constance Zahn

Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

Photo Credit Constance Zahn

Wanda Borgess wedding dresses

Photo Credit Constance Zahn

Wanda Borgess Wedding Dress

Photo Credit Constance Zahn

Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

Photo Credit Constance Zahn

Wanda Borgess Defines Wedding Couture

Photo Credit Constance Zahn

Wanda Borges Wedding dress

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More beautiful wedding gowns by Wanda Borges, plus if you like these, you’ll definitely be a fan of Rosa Clara too!

Jeana S

Jeana S

Research lab rat turned travel mom, Jeana S writes about gadgets, tech, entertainment, weddings and of course, travel. When she's not using her powers for social good, she enjoys photography, cooking and playing robots with her son. On occasion, you may also find her crocheting cute things to hide in Ben's underwear drawer.

12 Comments

  1. Joanne
    August 18, 2014 at 6:48 pm — Reply

    I know I’m a little late here, but in case anyone else happens to stumble upon it – Wanda Borges only sells dresses by appointment in Brazil. She then draws a custom gown for you, and you must attend at least two fittings for the dress. On top of that, the gowns average at about $10,000. It’s not the most feasible designer for someone from the states.

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