It’s official, Draya Michele is off the market! The beautiful reality star/entrepreneur said yes to her NFL pro-baller, Orlando Scandrick, and we’re almost as excited as she is. Known for her sexy and sophisticated style, Draya is all about accentuating her amazing curves. We’ve plucked a few bridal gowns we’re sure would would be oh so Draya. Check out our list of hot designers we think Draya could wear on her big day. Which one do you think fits her style?
The luxury haute couture designer is known for her extravagant designs. Through intricate details and luxe fabrics, Galia takes bridal glam to another level. Her designs range from daringly sexy to captivatingly modest.
This Israeli designer is known for her exquisitely fitting bridal gowns. Using soft lace and tulle fabrics, Inbal celebrates the female form through magnificent bridal designs.
This designer flaunts opulence with every bride he dresses. Fusing femininity and provocateur through dazzling bead word and soft tulle, Lazaro makes it hard not to be sexy.
Valenta designs for the true femininity in you. Her figure defining silhouettes and romantic necklines make for a dress with just enough sexy and class.
Zuhair Murad designs brings out the bride in everyone. His soft and elegant gowns have an unparalleled regality with a hint of sexy.
Mark Zunino aims to epitomize feminine elegance and individuality. Consistently innovating with new shapes and necklines, a Zunino gown embodies modern glamour.
Possibly the queen of provocative bridal designs, Pnina Tornai is all about pushing the envelope. Her exquisite corset work, risque sheer paneling, and form fitting gowns epitomize sexy.
Reem Acra’s philosophy of handcrafted luxurious pieces is for the woman looking who craves glamour and sophistication. Her creativity and her insatiable appetite for discerning designs make her gowns titillating.
This avante garde designer is in a league all her own. Her cutting-edge bridal gowns embody true grandeur.
Julie Vino’s bridal designs are inspired by what’s now and what’s next. Using handmade Indian brocade, French lace, and Italian embroidery, her designs take opulence to another level.