Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Thanks Kate

I, for one, am glad that modesty has made a significant comeback in the world of Bridal Couture. 
Thanks to Kate Middleton for bringing back a resurgence of interest in sleeves, 
higher bodices and dresses that accentuate the waist. These dresses showcase bustlines,  waistlines, and hips in ways that bespeak of mystery rather than revealing too much skin!
Case in point:
Grace Kelly, Kate Middleton
In case you don't know...that's Grace Kelley on the left
and Kate Middleton on the right!
See what I mean about some of the lovely offerings available to brides:
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Here designer Reem Acra uses a sheer lace bodice to add a delicate touch to this dress

Romona Keveza's dress from the Legend's Collection
Priscilla of Boston offers a classic full skirted gown in a 
timeless silhouette with lovely sheer sleeves

Monique Lulliler made lace and the corset her she uses both to great advantage
Designed by Theia

A Francesca Miranda Design

Designed by Pronovias

This lovely is from Lela Rose
And this one is from Alfred Angelo

Truth of the matter is that there are lots of gorgeous gowns for brides who want to combine
 loveliness with a sense of mystery on their special day

A-line Square Short Sleeves White/Ivory Satin Pleated Flower Chapel Train Dress

1 comment :

  1. I agree - I often think that the early Mad Men look, with the fitted on top and loose on the bottom dresses, modest but flattering - are the perfect style! I love Kate Middleton's style, and these bridal gowns are beautiful.

    Have a happy weekend!

    - Holly


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