Bridal Trends: Sophisticated, Ethnic, Dramatic or Unconventional Wedding Dresses?
Every woman dreams about her perfect wedding day. The white gown, the makeup, the enthusiasm and the fact that you are the queen of the day, turning the event into an unforgettable experience.
If you are you planning on getting married soon, want to relive your wedding day, or simply just can't get enough of looking at wedding gowns? Let FashionTV take you on a short shopping trip featuring four of our best bridal fashion videos, showcasing what high-fashion designer gowns are really about.
Pronovias 2013 Bridal Show
Top model Karolina Kurkova made a special appearance at the Pronovias Bridal Show and wowed the crowd. The label is one of the world's top leading bridal fashion companies, and its 2013 collection made it very clear. In the following link you can enjoy white mini wedding dresses, tulle, feathers, silk, satin and a 1930s shape complete with embroidery.
You can also see a mix of both sophisticated, princess like and carefree styles with everything from floral to ball gowns to A-line hems and curvy mermaid gowns.
Bridal Fashion by Yumi Katsura
How long does it take to make a high-end wedding gown? According to popular wedding dress designer Yumi Katsura, it can take up to 6 months! In her 2012 bridal collection, Katsura presented a variety of incredible dresses. For example, in one dress, the couturier used the lightest silk in the world at 5 grams per meter. That last dress made of lace and pearls took half a year to complete.
The theme for this collection is “The Wind of Asia”. "I think this century belongs to Asia," Katsura says. "I wish that Asia would be filled with beautiful weddings." Click the link below and take a look at some of the most romantic gowns, unique dresses, and traditional wedding attire infused with the energy of national costumes from China, Korea, and Japan.
Bridal Couture by Hanna Touma
Who came up with the rule that brides must only wear white? Not Hanna Touma! The Lebanese designer presented wedding dresses in various colors, including gorgeous white, off-white, and cream colors as well as pink, turquoise, greenish-yellow, and fuchsia tones. This video features exactly how far an innovative designer will go with this so-called traditional outfit.
Bridal Collection by Marina Banovic at Miami Fashion Week
Flowy gowns were made of luxe fabrics like silk, satin, and tulle and included embellishments like ruffles and lace. This is how designer Marina Banovic imagines the perfect wedding dress. The collection has a Greek influence, along with detail and accents. Hit the link below and decide whether Banovic's designs meet your dreams for this perfect day...