Welcome to the wonderful world of Très Chic

Très Chic Bridal Wear has been a leading name in the European bridal market for more than five decades. The six Très Chic labels are now available in more than 350 bridal shops across 22 countries.

The strength of Très Chic Bridal Wear lies in service and fast delivery times. Très Chic lives up to its promises and is recognised as a reliable supplier offering consistent quality. That’s because it controls all aspects of the production of its wedding dresses. The service comes with an excellent price-quality ratio and a full range. Très Chic can also supply made-to-measure wedding dresses. Alterations to size, material and colour are also possible.

As well as these strengths, Très Chic delivers repeat orders within twelve weeks as standard, and if necessary in half that time. A very extensive selection of wedding dresses is always in stock. Retailers can use their personal log-in code to place repeat orders 24/7. They can also view all the dresses that are in stock online. Dresses from stock are delivered within the week.

Très Chic Bridal Wear can provides its retailers with extensive online and offline marketing support. They receive a unique package with communication tools and are fully supported through social media.

We are always looking for new partners in Europe. Are you interested in including our collection in your range? Don’t hesitate to get in touch! We can give you information about our options and explain the way we work without any obligation.

  • 1964 Très Chic established

    A new brand is born

    In 1964 Marinus Kuipers set up a workshop with a staff of four. After four months, the young company already needed to move, to a temporary 200 m2 wooden building in the middle of the village of Hengevelde. At least an additional 200 m2 was added every year until 1971.

    The lifespan of the wooden building was limited. In consultation with the municipality and the province a plot of land was bought where the company remains to this day. In 1972 work began on the construction of premises with a surface of 3000 m2.

  • 1979 Romance is back in fashion

    Over the borders

    Très Chic saw steady growth until 1976. In the later years of the decade, traditional white weddings fell somewhat out of fashion. Production at Très Chic held steady. By 1979 romance and white wedding dresses were back in vogue. Production rose again. New employees were recruited, and the number of staff fluctuated between 140 and 150. The seamstresses bent over metres-long lengths of white satin, taffeta or tulle. The fashion was for wide ruffled skirts,  fitted bodices and big puffed sleeves. Lots of bows, ruching and frills. Soft jersey trouser suits and simple smooth dresses were less fashionable.

    During these years Très Chic reached beyond the borders and exported its wedding dresses to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden and Norway.

  • 1990 2500 visitors attend bridal event

    Bridal fashion shows

    Over a 6-day period, some 2,500 visitors attended Très Chic’s bridal fashion events, which were sold out. The company showcased 1990’s  bridal fashion in style at the Assink conference centre. Around 2,500 visitors attended the shows. The tastefully decorated hall hosted shows around a Spanish theme. Models treated the public to an all-round display of bridal clothes, show performances and music.

    In 1990, the company set its sights on the Spanish trend in fashion. That found expression in royal (puff) sleeves, pleats and frills, ruffled bodices, pleated skirts with or without a train, a huge variety of skirt lengths, waisted dresses and here and there a model in colour. Trouser suits were also on show. A lot of appliqué work, large bows and other trimmings set off these wedding dresses. Très Chic staged this sophisticated presentation of its 1990 collection for six nights, down to the smallest detail.

  • 2002 Fast and challenging

    A copy of Princess Maxima’s wedding dress

    In February seamstresses put dozens of hours of work into the replica of the wedding dress worn by Princess Maxima of the Netherlands. Straight after the wedding of Maxima to Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, four ladies set to work designing, cutting and sewing. The result was all that we hoped for. The replica contains 62 metres of fabric, 44 metres of lace and 28 metres of flower motifs. The size 38 replica was displayed in the window for a while. At the time, brides could buy this dress for between €3000 and €3500.

  • 2016 User-friendly and complete

    A new website

    Très Chic Bridal Wear proudly presents its new website, designed with a team of professionals to its own specifications. The result is a website that works on different devices, user-friendly and with an attractive new design.

  • 2018 Luxurious. Sophisticated. Glamorous. The ultimate in luxury

    Launch new collection: Elisabeth Grace

    The Elisabeth Grace Collection represents glamour and sophistication with wedding gowns created from luxurious fabrics featuring elegant and dramatic silhouettes for a spectacular look.

    These stunning wedding dresses have been lavishly detailed with special attention to design and shape to create a magnificent gown.

    This wedding dress collection is for the bride who wants her special day – and gown, to be as sophisticated as she can be.

    The feeling is… luxurious.

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