Papilio wedding dresses

Papilio wed­ding dress­es are clas­sics that have absorbed the best of mod­ern wed­ding fash­ion. When the bride is sure that her image should be gen­tle, touch­ing and ele­gant, she will cer­tain­ly be able to find an inter­est­ing mod­el among the Papilio col­lec­tion.

The mate­ri­als that are used for tai­lor­ing are of a high stan­dard, and the design­ers devel­op mod­els in accor­dance with cur­rent fash­ion trends, thanks to which words such as “qual­i­ty”, “style” and “exclu­siv­i­ty” are asso­ci­at­ed with the brand.

Papilio wedding dresses — features of the 2013 and 2014 collections

Of course, the mod­els in the col­lec­tions dif­fer, but as it should be, the dress­es in them are unit­ed in a cer­tain way, idea and atmos­phere.

Fea­tures of wed­ding dress­es Papilio 2014:

  • when cre­at­ing a col­lec­tion, design­ers were inspired by sun­ny Italy, and there­fore the mod­els turned out to be opti­mistic, with lux­u­ri­ous ele­ments;
  • the name of the col­lec­tion is “My Sun”, and this speaks of the gen­er­al atmos­phere of wed­ding dress­es: open shoul­ders, tight-fit­ting sil­hou­ettes — eman­ci­pa­tion, com­bined with ele­gance, is not uncom­mon in the 2014 col­lec­tion;
  • Anniver­sary of draperies, silk and weight­less chif­fon have become the call­ing card of Papilio 2014 wed­ding dress­es.

Fea­tures of the col­lec­tion of wed­ding dress­es Papilio 2013:

  • in the 2013 col­lec­tion, among the main motifs is the Scan­di­na­vian theme with its cool and restrained style;
  • lay­er­ing, airi­ness and light­ness are very com­mon among the mod­els of the col­lec­tion;
  • the decor uses col­ored prints, tulle, lace, beads and Swarovs­ki crys­tals, where each stone is cer­ti­fied.

The brightest models of Papilio wedding dresses

So, the col­lec­tion of Papilio wed­ding dress­es is diverse, but at the same time they con­tain dif­fer­ent ele­ments that make the dress­es sim­i­lar in their styl­is­tic direc­tion.

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American wedding

For exam­ple, the “Josephi­na” mod­el from the 2014 col­lec­tion is made in the Greek style, where the flow­ing skirt hugs the hips. A high waist empha­sizes the fem­i­nin­i­ty of the fig­ure. The bodice is draped and trimmed with flo­ral lace.

The Filom­e­na mod­el from the same col­lec­tion meets the cur­rent trends: an embroi­dered mesh cage com­bined with a lace peplum and a tight chif­fon skirt cre­ate a del­i­cate and fash­ion­able sil­hou­ette.

Mod­el “Juli­et” from the 2014 col­lec­tion is in com­plete har­mo­ny with the famous lit­er­ary char­ac­ter in its mood — a short puffy skirt, drap­ery on the bodice with a falling “swing” on the chest and hand­made organ­za flow­ers with a bead-core embody roman­ti­cism and Juli­et’s young age.

The Celeste mod­el in the 2014 col­lec­tion is made in the Empire style. The pecu­liar­i­ty of the A‑silhouette is two lace skirts: the top one has pleats and uneven length — it is length­ened at the back with an oval train, and the bot­tom one is made in the shape of a bell. Ros­es on the straps, a high waist, a com­bi­na­tion of thin mesh and tex­tured lace cre­ate an incred­i­bly fem­i­nine mod­el.

The mod­el “Vilo­ra” from the 2013 col­lec­tion dif­fers from the 2014 mod­els not only in sil­hou­ette, but also in mood — it is more restrained and roman­tic: a wide long skirt with a peplum in the form of a flounce, turn­ing into a train, a bodice embroi­dered with beads with a mesh drap­ery and a belt at the waist­line with a rose cre­ate a mys­te­ri­ous mod­el.

Mod­el “Velisla­va” in the 2013 col­lec­tion looks del­i­cate not only thanks to the organ­za petals with which the nar­row skirt is stud­ded, but also the crys­tals com­bined with beads, which mys­te­ri­ous­ly shim­mer when the bride moves.

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tips and ideas

Mod­el “Val­i­da” from the 2013 col­lec­tion in the style of a nika­do mer­maid has two tiers with a translu­cent mesh embroi­dered with beads and three-dimen­sion­al pat­terns.