Madore Collection By Veejay Floresca

Today’s feature is one that I am really proud and excited to do. I have featured a couple of bridal collections but this one is something special because what we have today is a collection by Veejay Floresca who is remarkably one of the most talented young Filipino designers.

It was just recently that he launched his Fall 2013 collection called Madore.  Madore is Veejay Floresca’s lower priced luxury line.  Think White by Vera Wang, Bliss by Monique Lhuillier, Marc by Marc Jacobs.

Along with the collection, Veejay also introduces the new process called Ready-to-Order (RTO) which is a combined concept of Ready-To-Wear (RTW) and Made-To-Order (MTO).  According to Veejay, “The difference is we don’t sell the gowns readily made. We believe that wedding gowns must be tailored perfectly for each bride. Thus, we launched Madore as a Ready-To-Order Collection where clients can choose one design and we will create a new gown based on their personal measurements. Being Ready-To-Order, the Floresca Bride understands that the design chosen is fixed. We can, however, allow for a limited number of design-specific changes which will be subject to additional change fees depending on the request.”

If I were to pick, I’m sure I’ll have a hard time choosing from the available designs because everything is just gorgeous but my top picks would be Bohol, Manila, and Quezon.  How about you guys, which gown is your favorite?

photo-makati Style: Makati Style: Makati

photo-davao Style: Davao Style: Davao

photo-cebu Style: Cebu Style: Cebu

Floresca Wedding Gown Style: Bohol Style: Bohol

Wedding Gown by Veejay Floresca Style: Baguio Style: Baguio

Madore by Floresca Style: Albay Style: Albay

Quezon Gown by Veejay Floresca Style: Quezon Style: Quezon

Style: Boracay Style: Boracay

Vigan Floresca Gown Style: Vigan

Veejay Floresca Madore Collection Style: Manila

For more information, you may check out Veejay’s blog.

All photos are from Veejay Floresca.

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