Plunging necklines continue to be one of the hottest trend on the bridal runways. Deep v-necks were showcased by designer after designer at Fall’s 2016 Bridal Week. This season’s necklines were dramatically severe, bringing glamour and sexiness to the bride’s look.
Showing she’s never afraid to push the boundaries of bridal, Vera Wang once again pushes the envelope with her Fall 2016 collection. These latest dresses expand on the sultry, seductive look from her Spring 2016 collection but this time incorporate some decidedly feminine aspects like long sleeves and full tulle skirts.
The bold bride who chooses a dramatic gown from this latest collection definitely wants all eyes on her.
Lace and romance. With her Fall 2016 bridal collection, Monique Lhuillier holds true to her signature style. For her latest gowns, Lhuillier imagined brides running through a flower garden. The result? light and airy dresses with romantic accents like roses, feathers and organza.
Rivini is making it easier than ever to stay true to your personal style when it comes to your wedding dress.
Canadian bridal designer Rita Vinieris designs both the main Rivini line as well as Alyne Bridal by Rita Vinieris. Both collections offer minimal architectural-style designs that whisper luxury.
For Rivini, Rita combines luxurious textiles in layers to produce feminine, effortless wedding dresses made of silk satins, silk tulle, crepes and different types of lace and organza. The end result is delicate gowns that move in delightfully soft, natural ways.
Fabric varieties and layers intermingle but never compete, creating a cohesive look that is textured but still elegant and always well-tailored.
Instead of dazzling embellishment, the detail is often in the structure of the gown. Precise darting, pleating and folding all done in soft, sophisticated ways, creating visual interest, as well as a great fit.
Embroidery is all done in-house, guaranteeing a one-of-a-kind look. When used, intricate beading isn’t merely an accent, it’s often built into the structure of the dress so it looks as if it is one with the material. The end result is a shimmery, fluid look that dazzles and looks as if it glows from within. Just how one should look on their wedding day.
Silhouettes suitable for all body types are represented, from sleek and chic sheaths to extravagant ball gowns. Sheer panels and seductive cut outs offer a hint of sensuality, but never in a tasteless fashion. The attention to detail in the creation of these wedding gowns is key.
Recent Rivini looks have experimented with sleeves, from the barest off-the-shoulder looks to three-quarter and Dolman sleeves to long, sheer options. Rita Vinieris has stated she finds the return of sleeves to bridal fashion “refreshing” and that she found strapless looks had grown a bit predictable.
Recommending brides stay true to their own personal style on their wedding day, Rita Vinieris makes this possible, producing a refined version of everyday modern styles perfect for the aisle. Garden wedding, ballroom affairs and glamourous church ceremony would be stunning venues for a Rivini gown.
Uncomplicated, contemporary and luxurious, Rivini wedding dresses are perfect for brides who are looking for a clean and sophisticated bridal look.