Tuesday, July 2, 2013


While the bridal gown has gone through some serious redefining the past few years, the traditional is proving a definite mainstay as well. Since Kate Middleton's walk down the aisle, the high collared gown with long sleeves and a full skirt has made quite a comeback:.  So how do you know if you're a traditional bride?  If everything you touch is timeless, refined, sophisticated, consider yourself  traditional. A Hermes scarf and cashmere turtleneck could be your everyday signature look.
Your Dress: An A-line or sheath either strapless or with bateau or V-neck. You love any fabric that has understated elegance like traditional duchesse satin and peau de soie.
Favorite Designers: Rosa Clara, Kenneth Pool, Carolina Herrera, Reem Acra, Amsale, Anne Barge, Peter Langner, Stewart Parvin
Your Venue: A mansion, country club or sprawling estate defines your dream wedding site.
Veiled: A drop veil tacked to the back of a bun.
Unveiled: A tiara of course

Photos 1, 2 and 3: Rosa Clara 
Photo 4:  Dennis Basso via Tumblr
Photo 5: Grace Kelly by Stewart Parvin]


Kim Alston said...

These gowns are absolutely gorgeous! Nothing beats tradition.

honey my heart said...

there is something so classic and timeless about the traditional bride, especially grace kelly!

PlumPrettySugar said...

Heaven! So beautiful!

Gee | EverythingWeddingsAndMore said...

I have to agree with honey my heart. As much as these days "untraditional" sells big...Traditional still has a place in my heart for sure.

Catherine Adams said...

I love the traditional style it looks more elegant and fascinating.

Tasty Destination said...

Lovely bride and the bridal lace fabric is very stunning.