Monique Lhuillier’s collection this year was pretty phenomenal…there was a great selection of short dresses with beautiful jackets perfect for elopements and City Hall type weddings, and of course there were beautiful gowns with amazing detailing.
[images from WeddingWire and me]
To me, Amsale was all about the fabric…no extraneous beading or lace, just beautiful fabrics cut into sleek silhouettes. Definitely a great pick for the city bride.
[runway images from WeddingWire, all other by me]
As was evident right from the get go with the loose hair, Christos went for a flowy look with minimal detailing. I could definitely see these dresses on a bride getting married on the beach or outdoors.
[runway images from Weddingwire, all others by me]
Kenneth Pool this season was full of shiny satin, intricate lace, and delicate beading…great for a classic bride looking for a lot of glamour.
[runway images from WeddingWire, all others by me]
This weekend is bridal market, and as usual, I’m excited to be attending the shows of some of my favorite designers! Be sure to follow along on twitter, instagram, and I’ll even try to get a little Vine behind the scenes action in there too (find me @Brooklyn Bride).
Of note this weekend:
Attention all NY area wedding vendors! Its last call to apply for The NotWedding happening May 22, so get to applying if you haven’t already.
And for you brides wanting to attend, I’ve got a bunch of golden tickets to give away for The NotWedding! Come be a guest at the coolest “fake” wedding around! Just leave a comment below if you want a chance to win…you MUST be an actual bride or groom to be eligible.
[top image from my Instagram feed]