Designer wedding dresses

If you are plan­ning a real­ly lav­ish wed­ding, you are unlike­ly to want to save on a dress. So it’s time to pick up a design­er white dress. Among this kind of out­fits there are clas­sic, rec­og­niz­able and com­plete­ly unex­pect­ed. All of them have their own cir­cle of admir­ers and are per­ceived with great enthu­si­asm by the brides.

Designer short wedding dresses

This is the case when you can wear some­thing chic and not feel uncom­fort­able. The short­ened length allows the bride to move freely, show a beau­ti­ful fig­ure and cre­ate an exquis­ite and mem­o­rable image.

Design­er short wed­ding dress­es have long been pop­u­lar in Europe. Many mod­ern brides want to give pref­er­ence to con­cise and sim­ple mod­els. These wed­ding dress­es are offered by Tobi Han­nah. In his col­lec­tions, the famous design­er takes the sil­hou­ettes of the 50s and 60s as a basis. The out­fits are dis­tin­guished by del­i­cate pas­tel col­ors, sim­ple cut and incred­i­ble fem­i­nin­i­ty.

Lace designer dresses

If you decide to buy some­thing unique and at the same time pay a rea­son­able price, look for an out­fit from the col­lec­tions of Ale­na Goret­skaya. Sur­pris­ing­ly, most of the dress­es are made at the high­est lev­el and can com­pete with glob­al brands. At the same time, the price is quite accept­able.

Lace design­er dress­es are made in clas­sic col­ors and using white, cream, pink and sil­ver shades. There are a lot of options for weav­ing lace, which allows you to cre­ate a vari­ety of out­fits. At the same time, the body breathes freely, and on a cool day, such a dress will retain heat, so you can wear it at any time of the year.

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Best designer dresses

Among mod­ern mod­els, many are dis­tin­guished by an alter­na­tive approach instead of tra­di­tion­al puffy skirts, many design­ers have pre­ferred more mod­ern sil­hou­ettes.

  1. For exam­ple, Dou­glas Han­nant uses a not very puffy low­er part of the dress, but instead choos­es round sleeves and oth­er details.
  2. Accord­ing to Mag­gie Sot­tero, design­er wed­ding dress­es should be ivory. The fash­ion design­er also active­ly uses lace, pre­fer­ring a straight sil­hou­ette and a tight-fit­ting cut.
  3. For lovers of mod­est out­fits, closed mod­els of wed­ding dress­es from Angel Sanchez are suit­able. In 2013, the design­er offers ele­gant mod­els with embroi­dery and a ful­ly closed neck­line. The sil­hou­ette com­plete­ly hugs the body and empha­sizes slen­der forms.
  4. Adher­ent of the famous “mer­maid” sil­hou­ette Ines Di San­to in the new sea­son has relied on the “tailed” mod­els of wed­ding dress­es. Expen­sive lux­u­ri­ous fab­rics com­bined with embroi­dery and lay­ered skirts allow you to cre­ate an out­fit wor­thy of a queen.

Design­er wed­ding dress­es from Wtoo in the new col­lec­tion are made in gold­en tones. The inspi­ra­tion of the design­er was the Byzan­tine era with its fem­i­nine and ele­gant out­fits. Lace accord­ing to the design­er will nev­er go out of fash­ion and will always be rel­e­vant. As for the fea­tures of the cut, the bet is made on the open back and neck­line.

Exclusive designer dresses

Dress­es wor­thy of a princess always stand out from the crowd. Bridal fash­ion queen Vera Wang has long proven that any woman can be stun­ning in the right dress. Out­fits from a famous design­er are rec­og­niz­able. They are dis­tin­guished by their artis­tic approach, chic mate­ri­als and the high­est qual­i­ty. Silk, chif­fon, trans­par­ent geor­gette, silk taffe­ta and tulle are used to cre­ate dress­es. Absolute­ly unique wed­ding dress­es are offered by Jen­ny Pack­ham. The col­lec­tion stands out with an unusu­al sil­hou­ette. The design­er refus­es puffy skirts and invites brides to put on a light, almost weight­less dress. The out­fits look fab­u­lous and look a bit like elf cos­tumes, so you def­i­nite­ly won’t blend in with the crowd of brides.

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