Most Romantic Fall 2014 Bridal Collections
The fall 2014 bridal collections presented during the bridal fashion week this year represent, of course, numerous interpretations of how a super cute and elegant bridal look can be created. However, each of them has something specific and unique, which underlines this or that brand’s philosophy and general ideological features that make up their collections. Among the similarities found with them, we can notice the popular lace and embroidery techniques, so frequently met on the pieces of the majority of the fall 2014 bridal collections, as well as the various shapes and cuts, like the sweetheart, strapless, and train styles. So, there are certain bridal collections that we think are the most romantic and dreamy ones, represented by the top brands of bridal garments. Discover the most romantic fall 2014 bridal collections below and plan your special day in the dreamiest way possible!
Oscar de la Renta Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
If we say awesome sophisticated techniques, probably one of the first lines that comes to our mind is the Oscar de la Renta fall 2014 bridal collection. In this collection, the typical strapless designs are put in a stunning combination with super light and delicate fabrics, which create a very romantic and dreamy mood. This is especially emphasized with the floral motives, covering mermaid silhouettes, having the specifically made ruffled finishes. Tulle is among the most lavishly used fabrics, chosen for the ruffles and other minimalistic-inspired details.
Badgley Mischka Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
You said extravagant and retro? Oh, yes! It’s in! Mark Badgley and James Mischka this time also did their best to make a never-to-be-repeated presentation, now choosing a voluminous hairstyle to accompany the chic garments. The accents of this collection are the beadwork and embroidery, worked out extremely scrupulously and meticulously, creating a nice glittery effect on the pieces, as well as the body-conscious shapes, being mainly strapless, with a peplum-resembling detail, sometimes put with the slim mermaid silhouettes, and finished with minimalistic touches, V-shapes, and boatnecks.
Marchesa Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are undoubtedly best at creating super elegant and weightless designs, to reach a real walking-on-the-clouds effect. Another striking presentation of these motives is found in their new fall 2014 bridal line, this time exposed by some elongated silhouettes with nice drapings, embroidery. Here ruffled elements serve to make the weightlessness more vivid. The scrupulous floral designs with lace are there for the most beautiful and feminine looks, including knee-length shapes and sweetheart necklines.
Monique Lhuillier Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
“It’s opulence with a light touch’, said Monique Lhuillier about this stunning and to-die-for garments. In fact, what we see here is the highest flight of elegance and chic. This collection includes an array of interestingly cut knee length dresses, gather variants, delicate lace patterns with the vine, floral and stunningly presented lattice designs, ruffled details introduced in an extremely fluffy and heavenly way, as well as the trains, appearing among the looks as the best synonyms to chic. Among the shapes, the V-necks, mermaids, and some minimalistic finishes are noteworthy. The lavender-grey tone, however, was the most surprising solution with the looks.
Naeem Khan Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
“A once-in-a-lifetime dress.’ This is how Naeem Khan described this collection. What we see there is actually the best transformation of these words into motion. Super elegant trains, strapless pieces, wonderful and perfectly matching veils, super awesome details with beadwork, having created cool geometric designs, and the gorgeous embroidery put on these a bit sharply cut silhouettes, are just what you need for unforgettable looks. The Frida Kahlo hairstyle accompanying the looks, as well as the cross-folding drapings are the signature details of the collection. Ruffles are here for the best finish.
Nicole Miller Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
Princess gown shapes are excluded from this line, yet the models do look like princesses, due to the super-cute sweetheart strapless shapes, elegant beadwork, thoroughly lace-covered pieces, having long and transparent sleeves, the train details, and the overall background of stretch linen.
Reem Acra Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
What’s new about this line is probably the feathery motive, applied to a noticeable number of looks. The prevailing style of the shapes is the A-line, having very many nice interpretations, like the V-necks, floral appliqués, awesome princess gowns and popular mermaid designs.
Vera Wang Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
Who said the bridal color necessarily has to be pure white? Vera Wang suggests her own variant of bridal gowns, created in a huge variety of pink shades. “Think pink and the irony pink and all those shades for winter,’ says Vera Wang. This is, in fact, the main philosophy of the line. The sweetest shades of pink are presented in the various designs and shapes, being ruffled, strapless, and straight, with delicate and subtle layers. The most specific detail of the line was the huge rose appliqué created with a curly draping technique. The crazy ruffles and to-die-for coral wonders are what make the collection more than stunning.
Angel Sanchez Bridal Fall 2014 Collection
This collection is simply overwhelmed with the minimalistic approach. However, these motives are perfectly combined with the chic representations, be that with flutter details added to the pieces, the simply created strap top parts, minimal yet very impressive lace technique and some intricate shapes with still smooth and straight silhouettes.
Thus, these are the top bridal collections for the fall 2014 season, each of which offers you an individual approach towards stunning wedding looks. You are free to choose the ones most suitable for your taste and preferences, to be able to have the most perfect day you’ve ever dreamt of!
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