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Vera Wang wedding dresses

If we talk about wed­ding dress­es, then it is sim­ply impos­si­ble not to remem­ber the works of Vera Wang. She rad­i­cal­ly changed the idea of ​​wed­ding fash­ion and still amazes brides with bright col­lec­tions of wed­ding dress­es. Mod­els are char­ac­ter­ized by sophis­ti­ca­tion and ele­gance, airi­ness and mag­ic, as well as thought­ful­ness of images to the small­est detail.

Vera Wang wedding dress


The future great design­er Vera Wang was born in 1949. Her father was a large and suc­cess­ful entre­pre­neur in New York. From child­hood, the girl was seri­ous­ly engaged in fig­ure skat­ing, but she was not des­tined to become an ice star despite many awards and first places.

After grad­u­a­tion, there was Sarah Lawrence Col­lege, in which the young girl com­pre­hend­ed the his­to­ry of art. Study­ing at this col­lege was not in vain, open­ing the world of fash­ion to Vera, which she learned through Vogue mag­a­zine. Here the young girl worked for 17 years.

Vera Wang biography

Maybe she would con­tin­ue to pre­pare fash­ion­able gloss for release, if not for one fate­ful event in her life — her own wed­ding. Like oth­er brides, Vera faced the prob­lem of choos­ing a wed­ding dress.

Despite the large selec­tion, numer­ous offers and unlim­it­ed finan­cial oppor­tu­ni­ties, the girl did not man­age to find the right out­fit for her­self. The only way out that Vera could find for her­self was to cre­ate a dress on her own. It was her first step towards cre­at­ing her own col­lec­tion of wed­ding dress­es. Then there was the open­ing of the wed­ding salon.


No bride can con­scious­ly refuse a dress that was cre­at­ed by the hands of Vera Wang. But why are they so attrac­tive? Let’s fig­ure it out togeth­er.

  1. No mat­ter how many mod­els would be cre­at­ed, but each is inher­ent in unique­ness, absolute orig­i­nal­i­ty and amaz­ing unusu­al­ness. Dress­es are like leaves on trees — no mat­ter how much you look, you won’t be able to find two iden­ti­cal ones.
  2. In each out­fit, to vary­ing degrees, there is a unique chic, light fem­i­nin­i­ty, ten­der­ness and unob­tru­sive ele­gance. The pres­ence of a dress from Vera Wang dooms the image of the bride to become the most beau­ti­ful.
  3. The use of nat­ur­al expen­sive fab­rics of the high­est qual­i­ty is the first invari­able prin­ci­ple of Ver­a’s work.
  4. Every detail and all dec­o­ra­tions on the dress­es are made by hand.
  5. A vari­ety of mod­els and styles allows each bride to choose her out­fit.
  6. In his works, the design­er breaks stereo­types and can­cels tra­di­tions. The most unusu­al col­ors are found in wed­ding col­lec­tions: black, red, green and bur­gundy.
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Wedding dress from Vera Wang collection 2012 a-line

Collections 2011

Every year, Vera Wang releas­es two col­lec­tions. The spring/summer 2011 col­lec­tion is filled with fem­i­nine sil­hou­ettes, which were cre­at­ed using small flo­ral ele­ments, volu­mi­nous details and indi­vid­ual petals. Used tulle and organ­za looked very har­mo­nious in del­i­cate images. Col­or schemes were var­ied: from white and all sorts of creams to sil­ver and seduc­tive lilac.

The next col­lec­tion of the same year sur­prised fans of the great design­er’s work with the absence of white. The dress­es were more like tempt­ing desserts. Satin black rib­bons served as the main dec­o­ra­tions, and the heads of the mod­els were dec­o­rat­ed with dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments. Dress­es were most­ly made from light or flow­ing mate­ri­als.

Collections 2012

The inspi­ra­tion for the new sea­son seems to have been the out­fits worn by Japan­ese geishas. There are many frills, rib­bons fram­ing the waist, and oth­er del­i­cate and touch­ing ele­ments in the dress­es. There is not a sin­gle white dress in this col­lec­tion, but there are many vari­a­tions of peach, ash gray and pis­ta­chio shades.

Wedding dress by Vera Wang with drapery

The sec­ond col­lec­tion in 2012 became a real sen­sa­tion in the world of wed­ding fash­ion, as the entire col­lec­tion was ded­i­cat­ed to black dress­es. Long mod­els in rich black looked breath­tak­ing, unusu­al and indi­vid­ual. We dilut­ed this range of dress­es in nude shade.

Collections 2013

Spring 2013 with the help of Vera Wang was filled with pas­sion, which was expressed in rich red tones. Dress­es were dec­o­rat­ed with flounces, unusu­al draperies and numer­ous frills.

It was replaced by a col­lec­tion com­plete­ly made in ivory col­or. The com­bi­na­tion of silk and ivory turned out per­fect. The addi­tion was lace and rib­bons, which added ele­gance to the already beau­ti­ful out­fits.

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This col­lec­tion was sat­u­rat­ed with fem­i­nin­i­ty and romance.

Collections 2014

The spring-sum­mer col­lec­tion of 2014 appeared in a com­bi­na­tion of black and white. Black gloves looked unusu­al in com­bi­na­tion with snow-white dress­es. The corsets had seduc­tive and some­times unusu­al cutouts. Some dress­es were dec­o­rat­ed with geo­met­ric ele­ments that resem­bled seat belts.

This col­lec­tion is the exact oppo­site of what we are all used to see­ing in clas­sic wed­ding looks.

Wedding dress by Vera Wang 2014

But the autumn-win­ter col­lec­tion again brings us back to ten­der­ness and fem­i­nin­i­ty. The dress­es looked like flow­ers from the Gar­den of Eden.

Collections 2015

The spring-sum­mer 2015 col­lec­tion was ded­i­cat­ed to deca­dence and goth­ic fash­ion. Here the empha­sis is on min­i­mal­ism, sen­su­al­i­ty, some neg­li­gence.

Vera Wang used flow­ing lines, del­i­cate lace and white. This beau­ty is dif­fi­cult to describe in words, it is bet­ter to see pho­tos of mod­els.

Collections 2016

Dreami­ness and some naivety can be traced in the new col­lec­tions from Vera Wang. It offers a grunge style where asym­met­ri­cal sil­hou­ettes are inter­twined with antique-style decor.

Wedding dress by Vera Wang 2016 with flounces

Tulle slip dress­es, lace mer­maids with a train, min­i­mal­ist silk floor-length mod­els and translu­cent straight sil­hou­ettes are com­ple­ment­ed by bru­tal black boots, sun­glass­es and chains. Sequins and flower appliqués also serve as a dress decor.

celebrities in dresses

Star brides often turn to Vera Wang for exclu­sive out­fits. Ini­tial­ly, Vera was pop­u­lar in Amer­i­ca, but after the wed­ding of Vic­to­ria Beck­ham, who also used the ser­vices of a design­er, the tal­ent of the fash­ion design­er was also talked about in Eng­land. The whole world admired the ivory satin dress, in which the bodice had no straps, and the skirt was puffy and turned into a chic train.

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Victoria Beckham wedding dress by Vera Wang

Dress for Chelsea Clin­ton, the daugh­ter of the Amer­i­can pres­i­dent, could serve as an ide­al of ten­der­ness. Numer­ous draperies on the bodice and skirt, a sparkling wide belt at the waist and per­fect­ly matched acces­sories — the bride was sim­ply lux­u­ri­ous and divine.

Jen­nifer Lopez did not stint and chose for her­self the most expen­sive dress from Vera Wang, which cost 320 thou­sand dol­lars.

Avril Lav­i­gne sur­prised every­one with her out­fit. From such an unpre­dictable and idio­syn­crat­ic per­son, it was expect­ed to see a match­ing dress, but it was clas­sic, del­i­cate and tra­di­tion­al.

Brit­ney Spears want­ed to aban­don the fin­ished dress, the cre­ation of which was spent tens of meters of the best satin. But she came to her sens­es in time and pleased her fans with a charm­ing dress in white.

Jes­si­ca Simp­son, Sarah Michelle Gel­lar, Ivan­ka Trump, Sharon Stone, Hilary Duff and oth­ers looked per­fect and har­mo­nious in a del­i­cate dress from Vera Wang.

And even the cre­ation of some film works was not with­out the par­tic­i­pa­tion of out­fits from Vera Wang. For exam­ple, Sarah Jes­si­ca Park­er in the series “Sex and the City” was dressed in a dress pro­vid­ed by the great fash­ion design­er. In the movie Bride Wars, the two main char­ac­ters were dressed in out­fits designed by Vera.

Wedding dress from Vera