This year has seen some incredible bridal choices from the biggest fashion houses. Couture looks provide some fascinating inspiration.
Understandably, these amazing creations are for inspiration purposes entirely as only the bravest ladies would dare to make such a statement on their wedding day or being able to up their wedding budget to these astronomical heights.
That said, it is a genuine feast for the eyes. I keep my eye on trends as not only fashion is my passion but I want to be informed for my clients. So, if you are a bride whose style might chime with top designers’ catwalk creations, we can definitely have a consultation. Please contact me https://tatianaporembova.co.uk/contact-us/.
A recent spate of stylish celebrity nuptials has offered plenty of food for thought for future brides, but there’s nowhere quite like the couture catwalks for wedding inspiration.
The autumn/winter 2019 collections have much to satisfy fans of a fairytale gown (namely more feathers than a nature documentary), while those who favour an alternative take on the Big White Dress should look to Bianca Jagger-esque suiting at Ralph & Russo, or Valentino’s disco-perfect metallic bow dress, which eliminates the need for a post-ceremony bridal costume change.
Schiaparelli, meanwhile, had inspiration in spades for the engaged woman who errs on the side of extra. Nobody will be looking at the bridesmaids when the star of the show is sporting a 3D train taller than she is.
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