Wedding dresses of Oksana Mukha 2014

A well-known brand of wed­ding dress­es has been pop­u­lar not only among domes­tic, but also among for­eign brides for quite a long time. Ukrain­ian design­er Oksana Mukha proved that short wed­ding dress­es for women can be any­thing, but they must always remain fem­i­nine and ele­gant. It is these two char­ac­ter­is­tics that are char­ac­ter­is­tic of each out­fit from Oksana Mukha’s 2014 wed­ding dress col­lec­tion.

Collection of wedding dresses by Oksana Mukha in the new season

If you want to try on the glam­or of the 60s, check out the out­fits from the Pret-a-Porter line. These are flow­ing fab­rics, ele­gant sheath dress­es, lacon­ic short wed­ding dress­es and empire style out­fits by Oksana Mukha.

Lux­u­ri­ous and incred­i­bly sophis­ti­cat­ed wed­ding dress­es from the Privée col­lec­tion are dis­tin­guished by com­plex lay­ered skirts, a com­bi­na­tion of dif­fer­ent tex­tures, quitrents and ruf­fles. The clas­sic ball gown is pre­sent­ed in Oksana Mukha’s 2014 Deluxe wed­ding dress col­lec­tion. Here, the empha­sis and empha­sis is placed on the bodice.

Wedding dresses of Oksana Mukha 2013: favorite bestsellers

If we con­sid­er last year’s col­lec­tions of out­fits from the design­er, then among them there are many note­wor­thy out­fits that have become favorites and many girls have turned their atten­tion to them. Here are some of the most pop­u­lar mod­els of Oksana Mukha’s wed­ding dress­es in 2013 and oth­er sea­sons:

  • Oksana Mukha’s wed­ding dress Sonata (the corset is embroi­dered with Japan­ese glass beads, there is a zip­per and lac­ing at the back, the dress is dec­o­rat­ed with a meter-long train, and the skirt itself is gath­ered into draperies at the back and com­ple­ment­ed with arti­fi­cial flow­ers);
  • wed­ding dress Oksana Mucha Bri­tani (this is a clas­sic “princess” style with a fluffy skirt made of many lay­ers of tulle, a long train and a corset embroi­dered with glass beads);
  • wed­ding dress Oksana Mucha Ara­bel­la (fluffy dress with a corset dyed with Czech pearls and Japan­ese glass beads, lac­ing and zip­per on the back);
  • wed­ding dress Oksana Mukha Elza (creamy pink out­fit, heart-shaped neck­line and beau­ti­ful bows as dec­o­ra­tion, mod­el 2010).
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