Desiree Hartsock designs thoughtful, free-spirited bridal styles for the modern bride. After winning over the hearts of women across America (and her future hubby) on The Bachelorette, Desiree fulfilled her lifelong dream to become a bridal designer. Her gowns reflect an element of romanticism that speaks to brides of all styles. Whether you are looking for a timeless wedding gown, or a bohemian statement dress for your big day, the Desiree Hartsock collection is for you. Available at a&bé Denver and Seattle.
Desiree Hartsock Prices
The price range from our stores that carry Desiree Hartsock gowns range from $1,495 - $3,300
a&bé’s current favorite wedding dresses from desireE hartsock*
*please check with your local a&bé to see specifically what gowns are carried at your location
a q&a with designer desiree hartsock
Q. What is your design inspiration?
I love to find inspiration from everywhere around me. Experiences, past eras, emotions and nature are all elements I'm inspired by. With each new collection I try to incorporate the thoughtfulness and effortless nature of beauty and comfort into my designs.
Q. Tell me two little known facts about you:
1.) I met my husband on 'The Bachelorette' and moved to Seattle to be with him having never visited before. Good thing I was warned about the rain!
2.) I've never lived in one place (my whole life) longer than 6 years.
Q. Describe your personal style:
Minimalist with a so-cal laid back twist.
Q. What is your favorite article of clothing?
My 'Not So Monday' camel color open sweater is the most comfortable and easy thing to wear dressed up or dressed down. Perfect for PNW weather!
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Q. When did you know that you were going to design bridal?
I knew I wanted to design ever since I was in high school but I discovered my absolute passion for bridal while attending design school and working in a bridal store.
Q. Who is your style icon?
Anyone confident in what they're wearing!
Q. If you could dress any celebrity, who would it be?
Q. What is the last great book that you read?
Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis- an encouraging read.
Q. Any advice for brides?
Take a breath and trust your gut- it all works out as it should.