What are the classic lace wedding dresses we could copy for the wedding dress idea? Should we go back to the 90s and see what are they wore? No! Here! Classic lace wedding dresses is back!
At the opposite end of the scale, the company continues its efforts to Theia faction designed to cool the sector more brides: a trend that we saw yesterday at the parade NYC Houghton which gave their girlfriends air boho come directly from Morocco – a collection of dresses for 2016 inspired by Art Nouveau illustrations, three-dimensional applique flowers and butterflies flying escape almost necklines and skirts, as light fabrics that are virtually transparent, and gray color details , to ‘climb’ from the bottom of the skirt with a similar tie-dye effect (but in the form of engravings and illustrations instead of faded or gradient).
The cuts that are out of the norm: the crop-top dress, tulle skirt with pockets that reveal hands-those big players in the B-day, or an original wedding dress halter-neck type shirt.
One of the classic lace wedding dresses presentations this year has been that of Jean-Ralph Thurin: the designer chose to follow the formula of ‘a dress for every bride’, with creations virtually every wedding type, and a nod to the classic bride, including Princess simple minimal lines design (a “rara avis’ in New York), with full skirt and strapless neckline with discreet embroidered jewels Continuing the top line of the chest. Also highlight their creations Vestal air, long sleeves and tail, and the (very classic, trendy back in 2009) classic, layers of tulle dress with asymmetrical neckline, single shoulder.
KELLY AND BADGLEY MISCHKA
Finally two honorable mentions, one for a company that this season has presented his best collection to date, and one that is firm reference for brides brides New York: Kelly Faetanini also plays it safe this year, looking for the style of the classic bride (though between his proposals has been cast some crop-top wedding), with princess skirts or line ‘A’, the most flattering, layers of tulle ruffles and lace. For his part, Mark Badgley and James Mischka are inspired by the 20s style, a look that always triumphs in bridal key, straight cut dresses with tulle overlays weathered and delicate embroidery details in the form of opal stones that give a iridescent finish the classic lace wedding dresses.