Most women dream of the day when they get to finally walk down the aisle in a beautiful wedding gown. Traditionally, Filipina brides opt for bespoke creations, but in the recent years, more and more modern women have opted for ready-to-wear ensembles for their wedding.

Veluz Reyes, one of the most sought-after designers in the country, launched a ready-to-wear (RTW) line of lovely wedding gowns that can fulfil every Filipina bride's dream to wear a Veluz dress. The breathtaking creations feature a variety of styles and silhouettes that match different brides' personalities. From dreamy layers of tulle to elaborate lace tattoos, each RTW Veluz gown bears a certain charm that is definitely easy to fall in love with.

Brides who choose to wear an RTW Veluz gown can enjoy a shorter waiting time compared to those who'll have a custom-made. Brides can avail an RTW Veluz gown for their big day in four months instead of the usual one-year lead time.

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True to Veluz's quality service, brides are sure to be given the style and fit that suit them best. With the beauty and convenience Veluz's RTW line brings, brides--whether based here or abroad--are given the opportunity to live out their bridal gown fantasies. Indeed, each dress in the collection mirrors the kind of bliss that brides feel when they begin their happily ever after.

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Browse through our gallery below to see Veluz's nine romantic RTW gowns.

Click here to see how you can win a Veluz RTW gown.

Click here to schedule an appointment to view Veluz's RTW line.

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