All NEW Kollection from Alita Graham!

Posted By:Dorothy Silver
August 21, 2010


Brand new and available now in the salon! Alita Graham, Creative Design Director, and her team of designers, have yet again created a truly stunning collection of gowns for Kleinfeld Kollection. To sum up the collection in 3 words: diverse, versatile, and light. From full tulle ball gowns to slim ruched body con dresses, there is truly a silhouette to flatter every body type! The use of light and airy fabrics (Organza was a particular favorite) make the gowns seasonless and timeless, perfect for a garden wedding in Spring or a whimsical Winter wonderland!

In typical Kleinfeld tradition, the whole staff gathered in the main salon for a first look at the new gowns and I didn’t want you to miss out! Here is a sneak peak at the latest looks:



Perfect for any classic beauty—one of my personal favorites!



There's not a single Kleinfeld consultant that didn't gasp at the sight of this dress, so I can say with certainty that this gown is guaranteed to take everyone's breath away.



All eyes were on this bride as she floated down the runway like a cloud through the sky.



In theme with Mara's latest blog, Alternatives to Strapless Gowns!, here I am explaining how this dress can actually go from spaghetti straps to halter in less than 10 seconds!



Talk about dimension! Organza, Silk Shantung, and Tulle are combined effortlessly to create a gorgeous flow of textures while the three dimensional flowers and crystals give an ethereal sensation to the look and feel of this gown!



Another gorgeous gown with a combination of fabrics, dusted with sparkle, and finished with a flower to add one more special touch!



Make no mistake, the front of this gown is heavenly, but how could I not show you the back when it looks like this? Remember, while you see the front of the gown when you look in the mirror, your guests are looking at the back as you pass them walking down the aisle—might as well give them something to talk about!



Showing off your figure while still looking like the elegant bride that you are—it’s possible, here’s proof.



A whole album will be posted on our Facebook Page shortly with all of the pictures taken, so be sure to check it out!

The price range for the new collection is $2200 - $3500 and all gowns are available for order in sizes 2 – 28.
Comments

August 21, 2010
11:49 AM
LORI WEAVER DEITRICH said:

i LOVE ALL OF THESE. CAN'T WAIT TO BRING MY DAUGHTER THERE SO SHE CAN SEE THESE IN PERSON!!!

August 21, 2010
1:49 PM
asyoudesiredesigns said:

love the first one! itd be perfect with a corset lace up back!

August 23, 2010
4:59 PM
mbb262 said:

wow love all these

August 23, 2010
11:14 PM
Jessie Meek said:

Hi Randy, What do you think is the best type of dress for a petite woman? Thanks! Jessie

August 25, 2010
10:57 AM
margvp said:

Lots of "WOW" factor going on here! Simply lovely. I am very much looking forward to the arrival of my daughter's Alita Graham gown in the coming months. I just love the designer's sense of style and grace with a touch of modern bride for good measure. Thanks for sharing the preview.

August 28, 2010
5:38 PM
wantabe bride/wife said:

Love the show. I think if I ever get married I would fly from California to New York to shop at Kleinfeld unless they can recommend a store closer with the same quality and down to earth personal customer care. I am on the heavy side so I would like to see more cap sleeves for the 50+ first and second time bride. Keep going strong.

August 29, 2010
12:22 AM
heidi said:

I saw on your website Randy and Natalie showing Alita's new collection. I'm coming on the 11th for filming and I loved the dress with one shoulder and mostly lace on the dress that was being sold for $2000. Will that be available in a plus size (eg I think many have a size 18). Also, on season 4 episode 8 a ride, Heather Ezzell, tried on a dress for Keasha and it looked almost metallic - it had a sheer blouse or attachment from the bust to the neck. Is that a part of the dress already? Can you tell me the designer and price point? Thanks for answering both questions

August 29, 2010
1:26 PM
Bella said:

I love the 7th one!

January 20, 2011
9:39 PM
Marie A said:

Jessie- I'm no Randy but from what I know I believe that mermaids are good for petite women. I think it makes the torso look longer, but that's not a professional opinion!

January 21, 2011
10:00 AM
Marie A said:

heidi- I think you have the wrong episode. Season 4 episode 8 is called "Voice of Reason" and there's no bride named Heather, at least on the Kleinfled website's Say Yes page.



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