vera wong wedding dresses

Uma Thur­man, Chelsea Clin­ton, Sharon Stone, Ali­cia Keys. What, it would seem, can unite all these women? The answer does not require lengthy philo­soph­i­cal rea­son­ing: design­er Vera Wang, whose wed­ding dress­es are impos­si­ble not to fall in love with.

For the past 20 years, the Amer­i­can has con­tin­ued to improve her mod­els, mak­ing them even more fem­i­nine and ele­gant. Among the unique cre­ations, every fash­ion­ista will find exact­ly her out­fit. After all, there are both sim­ple and at the same time refined, as well as bold and unusu­al styles. Each prod­uct is unique in its own way. Vera Wang cre­ates wed­ding dress­es using var­i­ous tech­nolo­gies, com­bin­ing incon­gru­ous mate­ri­als.

It will not be super­flu­ous to note that this is the first design­er who resort­ed to the effect of the illu­sion of a naked body under a thin lay­er of light­weight fab­ric. In a word: wel­come to the world-class bridal fash­ion icon.

Vera Wang’s wedding dress collections

  1. Spring-sum­mer 2011. The fem­i­nine sil­hou­ette of the bride is empha­sized with the help of many small flow­ers, airy three-dimen­sion­al details, del­i­cate petals. Tulle and organ­za com­plete the look. Beau­ti­ful wed­ding dress­es have both white, cream col­or and sil­very, lilac, because, as Vera Wang notes, it is this col­or scheme that gives every girl a touch of dreami­ness, indi­vid­u­al­i­ty and nat­u­ral­ness.
  2. Autumn-win­ter 2011. In this col­lec­tion you will not find the tra­di­tion­al white col­or of the dress. Each dress is like a deli­cious dessert. Black satin rib­bons and charm­ing hair orna­ments add piquan­cy. The mate­ri­als used are tulle, chif­fon, organ­za and silk.
  3. Spring-sum­mer 2012. The style of wed­ding dress­es in this col­lec­tion was clear­ly inspired by the kimonos of Japan­ese geishas. The out­fits are made from many frills. The rib­bon on the belt gives them more ten­der­ness, touch­ing. As for the col­or scheme, you won’t find snow-white dress­es here. The peach, ash-gray and pis­ta­chio col­or of the fab­ric pleas­es the eye.
  4. Autumn-win­ter 2012. Vera Wang proved that black long wed­ding dress­es can look very, very stun­ning. Out­ra­geous per­son­al­i­ties clap their hands: after all, it is such an out­fit that empha­sizes their indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. It is impor­tant to note that nude shades are also present in this col­lec­tion.
  5. Spring-sum­mer 2013. Pas­sion col­ored dress­es. They are dec­o­rat­ed with all sorts of flounces, draperies and frills. Look­ing at the unusu­al col­or scheme of the mod­els, we can safe­ly say that the bridal fash­ion guru con­tin­ues the autumn-win­ter 2012 col­lec­tion.
  6. Autumn-win­ter 2013. Each dress has a shade of ivory. Made from silk fab­rics. Dec­o­rat­ed with the finest lace, ele­gant rib­bons. A volu­mi­nous bolero com­ple­ments the clas­sic wed­ding look. All that can be said about the mag­i­cal beau­ty of each out­fit is the per­son­i­fi­ca­tion of fem­i­nin­i­ty and romance.
  7. Spring-sum­mer 2014. Clas­sic duo of white and black. The wed­ding look is com­ple­ment­ed by high black gloves, unusu­al cutouts on the corsets. In addi­tion, on some mod­els of the lat­ter, you can see geo­met­ric inserts like seat belts. This col­lec­tion is sure to rede­fine the typ­i­cal wed­ding dress.
  8. Autumn-win­ter 2014. Ten­der­ness of col­ors, fem­i­nin­i­ty of each mod­el. Each dress resem­bles a flower grow­ing in a gar­den. One gets the impres­sion that autumn out­fits are an ode to the bloom­ing spring that has been left behind.
  9. Spring-sum­mer 2015. Deca­dence and Goth­ic. The lat­est col­lec­tion is famous for flow­ing lines, excep­tion­al white col­or and gor­geous del­i­cate lace. What can I say — it’s bet­ter to look at the pho­to.
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