Monday October 17, 2011
What do you think of these simple, beautiful wedding dresses?
While not my personal style, I can’t deny that fitted, tailored wedding dresses can be quite beautiful and flattering on many brides. The clean lines and the simplicity generate a sort of pure quality about them. And isn’t that what wedding dresses are supposed to be about?
Not only is this wedding dress by Anne Barge fitted in all the right places, the clean lines of the texture is not only intriguing, but also flattering. I’d definitely wear this dress. The zig-zag down the middle is just too cool.
My other favorite Anne Barge’s wedding dress is decked out with a beautiful flowered waistline, and more than calls my name. It’s the perfect girly touch to make this fitted, simple piece absolutely the perfect balance between mature woman and feminine bride.
This Edgardo Bonilla wedding gown accentuates the fitted waist with this beautiful rose-colored bow. The high neckline and full skirt is perfect for the girl wanting to give off a sense of innocence as she presents herself to her groom at the end of the aisle. Also, the flower girl would easily match.
Amsale’s wedding dress is the definition of clean lines and tailoring. The silhouette is absolutely stunning. If you’re an accessory girl, this dress would be perfect for you. A lot of times overly blinged-out wedding dresses compete with the luxurious jewelry a bride wants to wear. Not with this dress. It acts as a pure canvas allowing you to dress it up with any jewelry, sashes, etc that your heart desires.
Now this Lela Rose wedding dress is made for someone like me. The clean look paired with the lace detailing up top is beyond elegant. While simple, it makes a statement. I could definitely see myself as a blushing bride donning this beautiful wedding gown.
Tailored dresses with clean, simple looks to them have their advantages. It’s a great way to showcase a truly beautiful girl in a purely beautiful way.
What do you think? Would you wear a dress like these?