Selections from super gorgeous Rosa Clara 2010 collection. “The collection is inspired by two trends: One, simple lines with close-fiting gowns. And the other, spectacular volume.”
To start, a stunning floral embroidered tulle A-line dress, called Roger. The flower motif on a translucent layer adds a touch of magic to this feminine gown. Très jolie!
A beautifully-constructed strapless mermaid wedding dress in silk taffeta, Rialto. Love the fact that the pleating goes from vertical at the chest area to horizontal at the torso and back to vertical as it fans out dramatically at the bottom.
Very pretty silk organza gown with sweetheart neckline, Rodeo, that hugs and drapes neatly around the bodice and then bursts into layers of soft flowery ruffles.
Close-up of the above gown on the right shows nice contrast of sleek lines vs wild ruffles. Check out the very beautiful structure of the tea length brocade dress, Ronna, on the left. Looks like an origami! Nice use of pleats and darts as a design detail.
Another structured gown, this one called Ros. I’m in love with the gorgeous bow and simple, clean lines of this dress which has an adorable silhouette of a tulip bud . Oh! And pockets! How cute are wedding gowns with pockets?
Here’s silk tulle and silk organza dress called River, that celebrates pleats and do so in a very refined and elegant manner. Yes, more pleats please!
The Spanish bridal couturier also houses wedding gowns designs by fashion designers such as Jesus Del Pozo, Christian Lacroix and Karl Lagerfeld.
Beautiful wedding dresses and gorgeous photo shoot for Lazaro Spring 2010 bridal collection. Above: Ivory Alençon lace net bridal gown with sweetheart neckline, fresh water pearl brooch at natural waist with tie ribbon, soft A-line skirt with Alençon lace applique over sparkle net underlay. Below: hand beaded and embroidered tulle wedding dress with floral accents, elongated bodice with circular skirt, chapel train.
One for multi tier lovers. Ivory Victorian lace A-line formal bridal gown, sweetheart neckline, elongated torso with satin bow ribbon belt at natural waist, pleated bias bands with lace appliqué accent skirt and chapel train.
Not a big fan of ballgown but I find this one quite lovely. Silk Mikado yoke bodice with vintage fresh water pearl ribbon belt, full gathered embroidered English net skirt with sequin tulle underlay, sweep train.
“Lazaro blends ultra-glamorous vintage details, stunning floral embellishments and signature hand-beading and embroidery in his latest collection. Lazaro’s hallmark craftsmanship, combined with sumptuous fabrics and perfectly cut silhouettes, give every gown an haute couture feel.” To end the post, a gown that is an unabashed celebration of feminine ruffles!
All the wedding dresses from Suzanne Ermann’s Mariée Couture and SE Marier collections feature a unique detail — large ruffles of satin trim tulle. Talk about having a strong identifiable style!
Looks like the ribbons used by rhythmic gymnasts got freeze framed and then wrapped artistically around the clean lines of the gowns.
Works nicely on this short in front, long at the back dress. Just wondering: would it get crushed into a limp pile or retain its puffed up lightness at the end of the day? Dress on the right has a tamer version used as detail around the waist as a peplum.
Cute short wedding dresses. Flirty retro inspired fit and flare mini dress or smart tea dress for you?
i was wondering:
what do you think of a big white bow on the back of a wedding dress?
or maybe a big white bow on the front like at the chest area but not a fluffy one so it's not too tacky?
or maybe a big white bow as a head piece?
or are bows ugly for weddings?
everyone do have different preference , but i do prefer to have a big bow on the back of the wedding dress near the hip area.