Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Retro lines and a major border embroidered in bright tones add pizazz to the white dress bride. Photos of Clé Maraini.

Let's start with nature, that catalyst of a bucolic movement we're seeing in bridal wear, embracing all things living: Flowers, leaves and feathers are showing up with interesting applications whether printed, embroidered or applied.
Printed taffeta with floral and tulle skirt on the catwalk of Atelier Aimee Montenapoleone. Photos of Luke Tombolini for Showbit.

Rose pastel applied detail on a wide white line, supported by hoops. Fio Couture. Photos of Clé Maraini.

Baby pink and a flower in grace this taffeta gown by Valentini. Photos of Clé Maraini.

Voile printed in pastel colors and sprays of roses as decoration, from the parade of Atelier Aimee Montenapoleone. Photos of Luke Tombolini for Showbit.

Corolle printed and applied in detail on a classic pleated fabric, of Elisabeth B. Photos of Clé Maraini.


Rachel - theWeddingVine said...

I think by adding flowers and natural things to the dress is makes it all the more beautiful!

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