Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018: A Sophisticated New Capsule Collection

Romona Keveza's new capsule collection, Romona, evokes the classic beauty and luxury of the brand, without the luxury price tag. Scroll on to check out all the looks.
by Farah Prince

The Designer: Romona by Romona Keveza

The Details: The new capsule collection from Romona Keveza has all the upscale feminity you'd expect from the luxury brand done in a fresh, new light. Dresses in the six-piece collection range from $1,200 to $2,600 and are made exclusively with silk shantung taffeta and mikado for an opulent feel. Traditional silhouettes mixed with modern detailing in black showcase a stylish new take on the brand's signature aesthetic.

The Looks: Minimal detailing lets the structural silhouettes take center stage in this collection. A classic boat neck gown is given a modern update with chic black buttons trailing down toward the train, and a strapless ball gown is reimagined with a drop waist and sleek black sash. The capsule's only short dress—with pockets and a structured sweetheart neckline—is the perfect mix of playful and sweet. 

See every dress from the Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 line below. Love these looks? See more Romona Keveza gowns right here.

Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 v-neck wedding dress with fluted skirt
Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 boat-neck a-line wedding dress with small black buttons
Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 strapless wedding dress
Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 short full-skirt wedding dress with pockets and sweetheart neckline
Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 halter neck wedding dress with black belt
Romona by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 strapless wedding dress with drop waist

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