Emilio De La Morena Dresses
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Emilio de la Morena's jade-green and turquoise-blue Oralie silk-blend dress was crafted with candle-lit soirées in mind. The bodice is shaped with a high neck and short puffed sleeves – the perfect base for the tiered lace trim – and is finished with flattering waist darts at the top of the pencil skirt. Polish it to perfection with a glamorous box clutch.
The ruffled bodice of this red and fuchsia-pink silk-blend Oralie dress nods to Emilio de la Morena's flamboyant Spanish roots. It's crafted with a high neck and cropped sleeves that are trimmed with coordinating lace, before falling into a second-skin pencil skirt that hits the lower shin. Plush velvet stilettos will polish it perfectly.
Dramatic gowns with feminine details are what Emilio de la Morena does best, and this black floral-brocade style ticks all the boxes. Tailored in the UK, it's shaped with an dramatic off-the-shoulder neckline that features an exaggerated ruffle trim, whilst the admiral-blue elasticated waist panelling is designed to sculpt the figure. Ensure the hem hangs flawlessly with stiletto heels.
Emilio de la Morena’s navy stretch-silk Tamara dress takes inspiration from the va-va-voom cocktail shapes of the 1980s. Crafted in England from duchess satin, the off-the-shoulder neckline, ruched short sleeves, nipped-in waistline, and flared hem make for an occasion-ready combination. Try it with glittering mules and a chic updo.
The long floral lace cuffs that finish this crimson-red stretch floral-lace dress nods to the vibrancy of Emilio de la Morena's Spanish roots. It's made in the UK to a second-skin silhouette with soft gathers across the round neck and a back keyhole slit for a glimpse of skin, then lined with coordinating stretch-satin. Pull focus to the scalloped hem with stiletto heels.
Spanish designer Emilio de la Morena reworks the siren styles of the 1980s with this ruby-red off-the-shoulder Tamara dress. Made in England from stretch-silk duchess satin, the smooth silhouette hugs the lines of the body with an elasticated back neckline and nips in at the waist above a pencil skirt. Bring a note of drama to your next evening event by teaming it with crystal-drop earrings and black velvet mules.
The shoulders are a key focus point for Emilio de la Morena's SS18 collection, as illustrated by this black floral-brocade dress. It's tailored in the UK to a slim fit with vertical panels that travel through the asymmetric bodice, then lined with coordinating stretch silk. Save it for a special occasion, styled with a leather tote and stiletto heels.
Gathered off-the-shoulder sleeves lend an alluring finish to Emilo de la Morena's bottle-green Belle dress, exposing the shoulders and pulling the collarbones into focus. It's made in the UK to a slender silhouette which is accented with self-fastening ties, then finished with flattering darts to ensure a perfect fit. Shoulder-skimming earrings will be the perfect evening accompaniment.
Emilio de la Morena designs for a woman who is ‘not afraid to stand out’, and this garnet-red stretch velvet Tamar Dartelle gown ticks all the boxes. It's crafted in the UK with capped sleeves and gentle gathers across the elasticated back neckline, before falling to the floor in a long skirt that is lined with black chiffon. Draw attention to the hemline slit with high stiletto heels.
A voluminous one-shoulder ruffle gives Emilio de la Morena’s white dress standout presence. The metallic-silver floral brocade has a decadent feel, while the figure-flattering heavyweight stretch fabric falls to a neat midi-length pencil-skirt shape. Accent it with a metallic clutch and heels.
Alluring eveningwear is Emilio de la Morena's signature, as illustrated by this ruby-red stretch silk duchess satin Tamara dress. It's made in England with an off-the-shoulder neckline and ruched shoulder straps, and then falls into a softly pleated fluted mini skirt from a defined waistline seam. Black stretch-jersey lining completes the look, ensuring a clean drape. Dial up the drama with crystal-embellished mules.
Spanish designer Emilio de la Morena puts a flirtatious spin on a 1980s-inflected stretch-velvet LBD. True to his form-flattering approach, the dress is shaped to showcase the collarbones and shoulders, whilst enveloping the upper arms and defining the waistline. Give it an of-the-moment gloss by styling with a single earring and this season's essential kitten-heel slingbacks.