Top 10 Wedding Gowns of Summer 2014: Flashback
Wedding gown by Krikor Jabotian
Fall is in formally in force now and the only thing we have left from summer is a bunch of colorful and memorable images on our computer drive. Well, that’s a way to go – especially when you have nothing to do on a gloomy and rainy day. Yet, I have something more engaging on mind. Why not to go for a more exciting and useful activity. It can still be the images, but of something that yo have not checked out a hundred times already. What I suggest you to concentrate your attention on has to do with the summer days as well. Below is a set of the most adorable and striking wedding gowns from Summer 2014 collections. Scroll down and enjoy the stunning beauty once again – this will keep your memories fresh and updated.
10 Most Gorgeous Summer Wedding Dresses
Anna Maier designed a striking number that is very hard to resist. The delicate silk fabric is combined with mesh neckline, crystal embellishment and elegant mother-of-pearl color. All together, these styling elements create a magnificent and astonishing look, which is worth to be tried out by any bride. The A-fit will make it easy for a lady to move around, as she won’t have to worry about a huge skirt and multiple layers of organza and tulle.
Strapless bustier frock in cream by Elie Saab is incredibly lovely. There is nothing different one can expect from the legendary Lebanese fashion designer – some of his haute couture pieces tend to remind one of a wedding gown. This number features a skimming silhouette, light tulle tail, a delicate belt along the waistline and a myriad of tiny crystals and rhinestones that make the dress sparkle and glow.
Fleur Blanche offered a very alluring and beautiful frock. The low neckline along with the tight silhouette and lace designs incorporated along the piece make the gown look very sexy – which is not a regular description for a wedding gown. Short sleeves and moderate tail add up to the overall impression, while the ivory shade makes one’s mouth water.
Johanna Johnson opted for a shade that is far from the traditional wedding palette. Dark beige atlas is designed in such a way that it becomes quite hard to distinguish it from an evening dress. Yet, this is an advantage, as one will be able to sport the very same dress on an occasion other than a wedding ceremony. The strapless silhouette and long tail along with the encrusted crystals along the neckline complete the lovely design.
Krikor Jabotian, on the contrary, presented a very wedding gown. The marvelous dress in cream features several layers of organza that are designed in asymmetrical and ruffled style. The strapless bodice consists of the see-through neckline and embroidered gold ornaments that add an exquisite and chic touch to the piece. Someone who is a big fan of classic bridal looks will definitely fall in love with this adorable frock.
Monique Lhullier offered a two-piece wedding outfit which is also something that is not spotted so often. A knee-high strapless frock is designed in very simple way and does not feature any embellishment except for the lace embroidery along the bottom part. A matching long-sleeved lace coat in A-fit and cream complements the lovely dress and makes a great combination. The greatest thing about this look is that you can sport the pieces separately and to different events besides your big day.
Sophia Kokosalaki designed a very gorgeous and delicate gown in crystal white. The off-shoulder sleeves along with the ruffled bustier area and waistline perfectly go with the flare maxi skirt. This dress requires some jewelry pieces and a hairstyle similar to a bun, as your neckline needs to be open for the view.
Another beautiful dress by Monique Lhullier features two pieces again. A strapless bustier dress with a midi flare skirt is complemented with a light crop jacket in embroidered lace. The jacket features elbow sleeves and transparent silhouette.
Zuhair Murad, another Lebanese genius, offered a magnificent and mind-blowing design. This breathtaking gown in ivory features a strapless bustier fit, embellished bodice, lovely silk belt along the waistline and layered organza skirt. The belt culminates in an elegant bow on the back which adds a playful zest to the look and makes the item even more irresistible and desirable.
And last but not least is a magnificent piece by Temperley. This long-sleeved A-fit gown reminds one of the medieval times and royal outfits. However, it does not diminish the beauty of the dress, as it styled in an impeccable way. The collared and embellished lace bodice goes well with the the embroidered tulle skirt and a cute ribbon belt. Besides, the sleeves are made out of transparent fabric, so one can still steal a glimpse on the bride’s precious skin.
Above were the most outstanding wedding gown of Summer 2014. Which one did you like the most?