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.
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.
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.