Wedding Dress Ideas From London Fashion Week
Fashion week brings ideas to everyone including the bride-to-bes who are searching for the most unusual and unique thing. We showed you the top 10 wedding dresses from New Yorkand now we are looking at London runways in search of an unconventional dress that wiĺl be just right for you.
Wedding Dresses at London Fashion Week
This Erdem dress would be perfect for a watercolor themed wedding and would definitely become the most beautiful ‘something blue’. Its unusual design and length give it additional charm and they also made one just like it in traditional cream.
Vivienne Westwood knows about feminine silhouette and is known for her signature boat neck dresses that look like they hide a corset within the bustier. This lace dress is classic Westwood featuring trendy sheer skirt.
It was hard to choose among the three whute dresses PPQ showed in their collection but we stopped at this one because of its unusual neck and shoulders. We also love anything that has a train.
Osman offers a white V neck dress with a cheese-like texture. It of course would require a slip underneath due to the sheer fabric.
In case you’re more into drama, Julien McDonald has created a magnificent finishing outfit for his Spring 2016 collection that features a feather bustier like in that Marchesa dress from New York and a textured embroidered skirt.
For a Greek goddess look there’s this Jean Pierre Braganza gown with a tasteful slit and irregular neck that is definitely aimed to make modest and sexy work in tandem.
For more casual brides there are these two ideas from Issa and Barbara Casasola. Issa dress lacks the pompous design and features midi length but that’s exactly what makes it perfect for brides who like stylish seeming simplicity.
Barbara Casasola does a fresh take on a tank dress. The satin fabric could as well belong in a wedding atelier and gives a casual dress design new charm and plenty of glamour.
Which one of these dress ideas does appeal to you the most?