Bridal Fashion Week - Spring 2017

Now, I'm not planning to get married anytime soon, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate a good wedding dress! In fact, there's something about the wedding that I love, I can't wait to plan it, find the right place, decorate it, sort the food and all of that hoo-ha. Not sure if I want to get married, but hey, I can just have the party, right? 

Right now, it's the Bridal Fashion Week, and there are already a few designer collections that have caught my eye. 




Ines Di Santo 

You can immediately see the floral inspiration from Ines Di Santo's collection. It's practically the embodiment of spring itself. She's utilised luxe lace and sheer fabrics to create something soft and romantic. I love the silhouettes she's used, and her playfulness with dress lengths.    



Floral Headpieces 

 


Mira Zwillinger 

The mother and daughter design duo, Mira and Lihi Zwillinger this year has released a gorgeous collection that seems to be inspired by magic and enchantment. The collection to me looks like it's something out of an enchanted fairytale land. It's feminine, etherial, and elegant.  With combination of  intricate beading, delicate sheer fabrics and hand-cut flower appliqu├ęs they’ve created a collection for the perfect woodland princess in ivory dresses.



Jenny Packham 

Jenny Packham's collections screams 1920s glamour to me. It's elegant, it's alluring and it's got style.
I like that she's layered different fabrics with embellishments. It's a very different look to her collection last year, which was much softer and lighter. 





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