PREMIER BRIDAL ATELIER

Custom Gowns, Corsets and Brassieres

Proudly Made in Fort Worth, TX

The Sample Room

Cash Carry Bridal Gowns

Size 2 -28 in stock

Custom Made Bras

Our Bras are Made to Order, Custom Fit & Refined For Your Unique Shape

  • A fitting bra is used to establish volume and a base pattern
  •  Optional Test fit bra with 3 pattern adjustments (strongly recommended to guarantee proper fit)
  • 1-time pattern set-up fee (per style) for Simple adjustments – ie. straps moved/tighter band (Fit only guaranteed with a mock bra)
  • Repeat orders only pay for the base price of the bra + add-ons.

Never worry about bra shopping again!

Custom and Couture Wedding Gowns

Every detail designed with you in mind.

Custom Corsets & Waist Training Shapers

Our Corsets and Shapers are made with three types of medical grade steel boning

In stock Shapers Regular and Longline heights.

Off the Rack Corsets in a limited selection

Face Masks.... Our Take on Quality

We Have worked nonstop to develop quality face masks that contain Nano Fiber Origami Folded Filters. When paired with our bra making techniques, acheiving enhanced breathablity and filtration along with suprior fit and comfort.

 

Group Pricing and Company Discounts Available

Wedding Gowns

Designer Custom / Made To Order / Rental Gowns / Bridal Alterations

Designer Custom/ Made To Order

Our gown packages offer a no-hassle way to order your custom wedding gown.  Each package comes with your choice of material and silhouettes pre-priced into flexible design guidelines.

Off The Rack Wedding Gowns

Our selection of cash and carry designer closeout wedding gowns ranging from sizes 2 – 28.

Most for under $1000

Bridal Gowns For Rent

On a fast track time frame?

Reserve one of our Rental Wedding  Gowns 

Bridal Alterations

We have a team of experienced bridal alteration specialists available to help with all of your gowns final details.

Founded in 2003; Taylor Lane found a passion and drive for creating gowns, bras and corsets in her early 20’s. As lover of puzzles and problem solving, Taylor was drawn to the architectural nature of these types of garments.    

“Designing a pattern for shape-wear is drastically different than for regular garments. The goal is comfortably sculpting the wearers body, while at the same time, still conforming to their unique silhouette………

We are not made to squeeze ourselves into someone else’s standard form/shape. Although, that is just what the garment industry has been doing. Seeing a client light up with joy when they finally get a proper fit, has made this career extremely fulfilling.”