Pronovias Shows A Romantic Fall 2017 Bridal Collection in New York
Here we are with one of New York International Bridal Week’s long-awaited collections: the Pronovias fall/winter 2017-2018 bridal lineup. Unveiled a few hours ago, this Pronovias fall 2017 bridal show just showed its most romantic and sensual side in front of an amazed public that particularly appreciated Pronovias’ creative director Hervé Moreau’s mixture of timeless and more modern silhouettes.
Inspired by “La Ciel”, the sky, the Pronovias fall 2017 bridal collection was, in fact, nothing but ethereal and lightweight, with each dress trying to suit any bride’s personality. Moreau’s fall 2017 lineup was, in fact, specifically designed to make the bride-to-be feel both comfortable and confident in her own skin, which in this case literally became a sort of second skin.
The first thing that one may notice while browsing through this collection is that most of the staples featured curve-hugging, sensually delicate sheer sheaths, the sleek material of which naturally enhanced the curves of the bodies. Sensuality was not, however, only to be found within these bright white ensembles. Moreau’s curve-hugging figures got even embellished with risqué, see-through floral embroidered fabrics too, which will make the entrance of any bride literally spectacular.
As usual, Moreau’s proposals came in an astounding variety of fabrics, which this time around included taffeta, tulle, crepe and, of course, lace. As for the embellishments utilized, feathers, fluffy fringes and flowing capes surely helped both the more delicate and sensual styles get their ultimate haute couture-esque touches, as such motifs managed to both lighten up and softly accentuate the figures.
As for the collection’s lines and silhouettes, the Pronovial fall 2017 bridal line was equally eclectic. While always keeping the romantic theme in mind, the brand’s creative director managed to give both more structured and relaxed looks to the silhouettes, which in return surely added an appealing dynamicity and intriguing modernity to the entire collection.
High slits, frilled hems, feathery shoulders and asymmetrical sweetheart necklines alternated each other within the lineup, filling the proposals with an almost multidimensional texture that will surely appeal to most of you.
As ultimate refinements, Moreau then completed most of his looks with either sparkling, boho-chic crystal motifs, or minuscule scalloped hems that adorned the linear and structured figures accordingly.
Those who are looking for a romantic bridal dress par excellence could always opt for Moreau’s high-necked lace bridal gowns, as the combination of tulle and sleek fabrics they feature basically makes them the go-to style for any romantic outdoor wedding celebration (especially if autumn is not that cold in the city, where you live).
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