And here it goes, June is too far to think of. But wedding gowns, wow, they too have their own moment now.
While many brides-to-be would prefer to live up a fairytale-like wedding, some fashion-forward brides-to-be may want to see themselves catwalking in the aisle. Could you blame them? They just can’t help but feed their appetite for fashion that even their most dreamed-of-moment will be clothed by their fashion antics.
J Mendel, Ready-to-Wear Spring 2008
For the disco-loving diva who’s about to wed, J. Mendel’s Halston-esque gown gives off a groovy, glamorous vibe. The dress’s halter-top silhouette begs to be worn with ’70s-inspired shoulder-grazing earrings. (http://trends.glam.com/photos/features/wedding_dresses_for_fashionistas)
Marchesa, Ready-to-Wear Fall 2008
For those who don't wear pure white well, Marchesa's delicate grey gown provides a sophisticated and flattering option. Tiers of ruffles, ostrich plumes and asymetrical accents complete the vision of nouveau chic.
Monique Lhullier, Bridal Spring 2008
In keeping with fashion’s sweetly girlish trend, Lhuillier offers up a number of diaphanous confections. With a ruffled neckline and flattering cinched waist, Lhuillier’s flower-child gown will flatter a variety of styles and shapes. (http://trends.glam.com/photos/features/wedding_dresses_for_fashionistas/)
Carolina Herrera, Bridal Spring 2008
The New York designer’s bridal collection shares the same delicate tailoring and ladylike silhouettes as the black-tie gowns she sends down the runway each season. (http://trends.glam.com/photos/features/wedding_dresses_for_fashionistas/)
*thanks to APRIL for this post.