Friday, June 19, 2009


Ramona Keveza

Romona Keveva

There's something exotic about asymmetrical necklines and we've been seeing a few of them gracing the runways in the past couple years. The beauty of going asymmetrical is, you can ruffle, ruche, dapple with florals, or simply leave the shoulder bare and whatever treatment you choose, it always comes off elegant . . . .

Romona Keveza

Manuel Mota

If you're a tall, heavier or large boned bride, an asymmetrical neckline will flatter you as long as ruffles and poufs are kept to a minimum. Tall, thin brides look great in this neckline with dramatic flourishes at the arm and shoulder.

Rhyme Couture

Here's the picture that inspired this post. Truly unique . . . .


Candy said...

i love the corset.
do you know this ones:
they are not bride´s only but some can be.
hope you like it.

Natalie said...

Oh, those gowns are dreamy!