Collections by Style


The Fishtail (also called a mermaid or trumpet) silhouette follows the body’s curves very closely, comes in at the knees and then flares out at the bottom. This figure-hugging style is ideal for the bride who wants to show off her fabulous figure.

Sometimes called a sheath or column shape, the slim-line gown subtly contours the body and then falls staright from the waist. This style suits a bride who wants a slender but not curvy silhouette.

As the name suggests, the A-line silhouette is closely fitted to the body, emphasising the waist, and then fares out into an “A” shaped skirt from the hip bone. This wonderful silhouette suits all body shapes.

The most extravagant bridal style, this silhouette has a very fitted bodice and full skirt. Emphasising the waist and disguising the hips, this is the ultimate “princess bride” style.

Gowns featuring intricately hand-beaded laces in ivory, silver and gold combined with sumptuous silks, satins and chiffons.

Gowns featuring luxurious organzas, chiffons and silk chiffons.


Contact Us

Halo Australia Pty Ltd
2/270 Pacific Highway
Crows Nest (North Sydney)
NSW 2065

T: 02 9966 8555

F: 02 9966 8555

E: info@halobridal.com.au


Meet the Halo team…
Left to Right: Adele, Kathy, Fe Fe, Nikki, Natasha, Marianne, Amanda and Oliver.


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