10 Haute Couture Wedding Dresses From Paris Fashion Week
Couture week is always interesting and often breathtaking. Now you don’t have to have a fortune to buy these dresses but they will certainly inspire and give you an idea of what you like and want, if you’re still in a dress-hunting stage of planning.
Haute Couture Wedding Dresses
Guo Pei is a Chinese fashion designer best known for Rihanna’s yellow dress from last year Met Gala. Her show closed the Paris Couture Week with a collection of opulent dresses, two of which were distinctly bridal and the third that will take over your mind is this wispy ruffled creation, which is the pinnacle of wedding naked dress trend.
Both of these two (the one above and the one below) feature strategically embellished sheer bustiers and most importantly long wispy sleeves that show only decoration. Beautiful!
The finishing dress surprisingly featured shoulders and a feather train over the embroidered skirt.
Elie Saab, the master of the dress was inspired by Indian fashion for this collection, which resulted in many a beautiful dress and this crowning piece. A sari-like wedding dress.
The beautiful almost rose quartz dress shows lots of sparkly embroidery and a classic Saab thin belt.
It’s hard to perceive this as a wedding dress, but if you are far from traditional maybe it’s just right for you. Besides the fabric looks like it’d be a perfect winter wedding look.
It’s not the classic wedding dress either but the boho brides will definitely drool all over this long-sleeved pleated, ruffled masterpiece by Alberta Ferretti.
Zuhair Murad never ceases to amaze with his wedding dresses and this time it’s not an exception. The naked dress trend keeps bringing tailored embroidered on a seemingly sheer fabric and the designer went with petticoats for most styles.
His crowning dress is a big princess style with a corset and petticoat and the embroidered veil is equally dramatic.
Speaking of dramatic, Ralph Russo finished his show with a beautiful wedding dress, but its very special design feature are long dramatic sleeves embroidered at the top and the trim of wispy fabric.
What do you think about couture wedding dresses?