Bridal gowns inspire sentiments of longing and excitement, as arguably an essential facet in one of the most important events of a woman’s life. (Sorry boys.) Monili Jewellers Bridal Group Show was a spectacularly captivating display of distinct styles and eras.
Brides Desire by Wendy Sullivan recreated old-school glamour through the use of headpieces and floral appliqués. Sweetheart necklines and simple, yet stunning, jewelry kept the aura romantic.
Bertossi of Bertossi Brides and Paddington Weddings kept it classic with empire waists and A-line skirts– Sophistication at its finest. A touch of sheer and lace added a modern touch.
With George Wu it’s all in the details. Exquisite patterns and artful designs make up his collection, pushing limits and imaginations. Lace simultaneously covered and unveiled the body, adding allure to a traditionally innocent look.
Taking it back into an era of cap sleeves and bonnet veils, Rayner Lee brings vintage dresses back with multi-tier layers and memorable necklines.
Darb Bridal Couture continues to think outside the box, delivering a variety of styles perfect for the engaged fashionista. From flower belts to sheer dresses, Darb’s contemporary style ensures beautiful originality.
Possibly influenced by family ties, Jack Sullivan’s collection also took to floral appliqués to create the essence of romanticism. Still, the sweet and playful motif brought back the white dress’s message of innocence through charming designs.
Red lips throughout the collections pulled the displays together with the fun and creative alternatives to veils. The models shined radiantly in marvelously intricate gowns as they floated down the runway. Gorgeous and doused in perfection, if you are all set to say, “I do,” these dresses will help seal the perfect memory.
Article by IFBK
Photography by Guest Contributor Tien Theresa Chung |I Dream of Colour|