Posts tagged Wedding dress
Posts tagged Wedding dress
The Da Vinci bridal gown collection features dreamy wedding dress styles with timeless designs and delightful details, including graceful draping, ornate beadwork, and luxe laces. See the entire Da Vinci Bridal Gown collection here
With delicate lace peeking through a gossamer top layer of tulle, a breathtaking full ball-gown skirt and crystal embellishments, is fit for a royal affair.
Voluminous layers of ivory tulle veiling waft over soft oyster silk charmeuse for a full skirt. At the bodice, embroidered roses climb across a tulle trellis that frames the neckline.
Inspired by the age of Art Deco design, this floor-skimming silhouette balances the sleekness of flowing silk with intricately beaded shoulders and bias-cut styling. The result: A breathtaking gown that’s both fuss-free and endlessly elegant.
Features delicate floral embroidery on silk tulle, this scallop-edged creation, which features a shorter, less-traditional length, is for a romantic gal looking for a subtle touch of quirk.
Utterly classic yet refined for the moment, scalloped ivory lace takes a neckline dip before floating gracefully into a lightly flared, floor-skimming silhouette.
Timeless, and feminine Victorian Lace
For the 2014 season, Rosa Clará was inspired by happy, prosperous times in history. These collections feature looks reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties and the 1950s.
The Rosa Clara colection features intricate beadwork patterns, classic silhouettes, sheath wedding dresses with beaded back details, and dropped waist ball gowns.
View the entire Rosa Clara Collection
Vintage romance sets the stage for the Monique Lhuillier collection. Tulle and lace, embroidered floral, vine and lattice motifs, and shades of antique silver and rose gold add an unexpected touch.
Happy Saturday everyone. Hope you have a fantastic weekend. As for me, my fun begins now – gazing at the stunning dresses from the Berta Bridal Collection! Israeli designer Berta infuses her work with exquisite craftsmanship, lovely vintage touches and a strong sense of luxurious glamour. These show-stopping gowns are both sultry and romantic, featuring a range of graceful, fitted silhouettes, rich, textured fabrics and intricate details that just take my breath away…
You can see the rest of this dreamy collection here.
The new ”Jet Deco’ collection uses lace, silk, satin and tulle, all worked into designs that are wonderfully reminiscent of Hollywood glamour from the 1920′s and 1930’s.
If you love what you see, and would like to learn more, please visit the Terry Fox website.
Have a lovely day everyone!
Whether your bridal style is vintage, glam or traditional, BHLDN’s collection for Fall 2013 has something for every bride.
Channel your inner Kate Middleton with this stunning long-sleeved lace gown fit for a queen.
This gown is classic and elegant yet refreshing with a unique embellished pattern and a stunning sash.
With stunning lace at the top and a sleek bottom half, this gown is the perfect mix of traditional elegance and modern bridal style.
This mid-length, lace, cap sleeve gown is perfect for a vintage wedding and the rich gold sash is a gorgeous accent to tie together your look.
Going for a Greek goddess look? Look no further than this gorgeous draped gown.
This sequined gown draws inspiration from the 1920′s with its glamorous Gatsby-inspired look.
This sleek gown is elegant and classic. The pretty patterned belt adds a fun touch to the look.
You can view the entire collection at: BHLDN.com.
From Marchesa to Nicole Miller, designers are reminiscing over past dress trends, and I absolutely love it!
Looking for a more traditional or vintage wedding dress? Long sleeved lace is the way to go! It’s stylish, sophisticated and quite sexy. Just all-around lovely, isn’t it?
A lovely blend of elegance, romance, and natural beauty, the ivory floral motif flutters with touches of champagne.
Jim Hjelm is known for unique detailing and combining luxurious fabrics with delicate embroidery.
I don’t pay much attention to trends. Although one movement I do fully support is the shift towards individuality in weddings. Which is why I like the lovely Claire Pettibone collection. Her gowns offer brides an alternative to the strapless ball gown. It really warms my heart to see more and more brides confident in their personal style, and resisting the pressure to fit into a particular “bridal” mold.
Antique lace, illusion backs and floral embellishments… these are all things that stir my soul, but really, it’s not about a sleeve or a sash. Does this gown stir your soul and make you feel a bit overwhelmed (in a really good way)? Do you feel beautiful and so ready to meet your partner at the end of that aisle?
This season is about a dream-like goddess walking through rose petals (I guess it’s no secret I’m an unabashed romantic!).
This Paris Chiffon, slim A-line sheath captures the look and feel of a timeless romance.
A distinct, scalloped, illusion V-neckline and cap-sleeve bodice create an allure about this lacy gown that draws one in.
Sequined lace over satin with a hint of nostalgia this fit and flare gown features an illusion lace sweetheart neckline and long sleeves.
Corded lace featuring Swarovski crystals and Luxe Chiffon partner in this simple sheath with just the right touch of glam.
A modern vision for a classic style, this tulle with corded lace ball gown features an illusion lace bodice with bateau neckline and full skirt, detailed with lace scallops and delicately beaded trim at the waist.
Classic glamour in a traditional lace ball gown.
A soft tulle overlay lightly veils this delicate lace sheath creating an ethereal aesthetic, while a Swarovski crystal embellished motif glistens at the waistline.
Hollywood glamour is epitomized in this halter A-line silhouette gown.
Designer Sarah Janks has unveiled her beautiful 2013 collection! Featuring brand new fabrics- Italian coated laces, Italian shot taffeta, embroidered laces and accents of beaded lace and georgette roses.
Sarah was heavily influence by the 1950s with this collection. Keeping the softness, but structure that so many of the gowns in the fifties embodied, I love Sarah’s gorgeous sleeves and the way the gowns drape- almost as if they’re floating.
With this collection Sarah has introduced the “Something borrowed” by designing a beautiful range of veils, belts, wraps and shrugs which can be passed down from grandmother to grand daughter, mother to daughter, unlike a wedding dress which is often a little harder to pass through the generations.