- Monday, April 21, 2014

Jess' Inspired: Why Wear White

From intern Jess:
This season's runway proved to be a colorful one. Why wear white when designers are offering the colors of the rainbow? Each year designers are pushing the envelope with daring color pallettes, textures and designs. This year we saw yellows, blues, pinks, nudes, reds, orange, platinum and even black wedding gowns!

Dare to be different with these 5 gowns from the Spring 2015 lines.

Galia Lahav - For the offbeat bride, this fuchsia sheath gown with black lace overlay is a dream come true. This Gothic inspired high-neck gown and illusion back is a total showstopper.  

Monique Lhuillier - This wedding world Queen surprised us with a whimsical A-line, dropped waisted gown in cornflower blue. The 3-dimensional rosette details on the high-low skirt bring the dress alive.

Randi Rahm -  The use of patterns in wedding gowns is on the rise. This tan ball gown with pink flowers is a bold earthy option.

Rivini - Rivini rocked the runway with this sheath silhouetted nude gown with lace overlay. The lace details on this gown give the illusion that the design is painted on. Hubba Hubba!

Truly Zac Posen - This fire-engine red corset fit and flare gown packs a powerful punch. For the bride who loves the spotlight and is not afraid of color. Rawrr.

Shout outs to Women's Wear Daily & Brides.com. To see the full Spring 2015 lines visit their websites.  

1 comment:

  1. Nice shoot! You have a great collection for bride and Giving us new idea.