Well inspired from the brides all around me for this past year and more to come this year (and I am so happy for all of you and I love you so much :* ), I know that they are looking for the perfect dress for their special day. I can’t tell you what is the best or the worst dress, that’s matter of taste. But if you are a bride to be or you just want to look at bridal dresses I think that you will like this blog post.
This year in April The New York Bridal runway show 2016 was held in different location in New York City.And I think that this is one of the easiest way that you can see all the designers bridal collection and you can easily make your pick. 38 Designers show their new Spring 2016 collections and because there are so many I will be dividing them in two posts so you don’t have to scroll and scroll 🙂 .
On the runways you could see very romantic, elegant gowns made from silk, satin, chiffon, tulle, perforated mikado and metallic lace with ornate floral and crystal hand beaded embroideries, floral appliques, 3-D beading and lace,buttons. Classical, traditional or modern gowns were shown. And for all of you that don’t want to wear gown or a short cocktail dress for you wedding, some of the designers made a cute white elegant suit and jumpsuit combinations. Designer also offered a few options for the braver brides that are not afraid of color. See some and pick one of them for your special day.
“The Amsale bride is very sophisticated. Someone who really understands classic but also really understands what modern is.” – Amsale Abbera
“It’s for a fashion girl who doesn’t want to dress too ‘typical bride’.” – said the designer.
“French gardens inspired us,” said Anne Barge
Austin Scarlett drew inspiration from “The Winged Victory of Samothrace,” the second-century Greek sculpture displayed at Paris Museum of Louvre.
“These brides are romantic…but I want them to be seductive,that’s what they want to be, and that’s what they are, with their beautiful figures.” said Carolina Herrera
Claire Pettibone get the inspiration from the Wild Wild West.
Delphine Manivet wanted to “wow effect with simplicity and Parisian attitude.”
Elizabeth Fillmore was Inspired by “It” girl Poppy Delevingne.
HONOR FOR STONE FOX BRIDE
Ines Di Santo
Ines Di Santo was inspired by the promise of spring.
Jean-Ralph Thurin said thet he is a huge James Bond fan,“and these are what the Bond girls would wear if they were marrying James Bond.”
Jenny Packham was Inspired by William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,”
I wish all the best to every one of you who reads this blog post, i know that you will find something for you special day.
Lot’s of love
The Spring Princess
photo by : WWD