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Cocoe Voci

There’s a little bit of Goddess in every Cocoe Voci gown. You can see it in the sculptural shapes of Voci’s silhouettes. Long, statuesque columns and clean, draped bodices that look so perfect they could be hand carved from marble. Single shoulder bodices seem like wedding-warrior princesses, so regal and classic. Each dress is perfectly balanced without any extraneous, unnecessary details.

 

Voci’s signature pleated gowns feel like they were designed for the Goddess Athena. Long, vertical pleated bobbin net dresses that are light and airy. There isn’t a hint of bohemia here; they still manage to attain a certain structure through her skilled hand and dress making techniques. We adore her Hallie gown with its delicate capped sleeves and sheer from-the-knee-down skirt. The Anemone gown, another pleated beauty, is strapless with several light layers on the skirt and appliqued with tufts of soft anemone flowers on the skirt and sash.

 

A standout look from her fall collection is the Calista gown, a two-part layered lace mini dress and silk satin draped organza balloon overskirt. The French Chantilly lace dress is short and sexy, just grazing mid-thigh and ideal for dancing all night at the reception. The gorgeous overskirt dips hi-to-low and peplums at the waist, adding a dreamy, covered layer appropriate for any ceremony.

Cocoe Voci, Fall 2012