Spring 2013 Collection

April 17, 2012

Wtoo Spring 2013 Collection

It was quite the exciting weekend, and here’s yet another bridal collection we must share. Watters’ latest Wtoo bridal collection was comprised of dresses with two major elements: an emphasis on accentuating the waistline and a bodice-flattering sweetheart neckline. We saw mostly strapless gowns, but a few single-shoulder straps were thrown in. Any piece in this collection would be perfect for the fashionably-understated bride – a woman who is still fashionable and wants to shine on her wedding day. Enjoy the collection!     Runway images via firstVIEW / Additional photos via Watters and Weddings Unveiled coverage.
April 16, 2012

Ines Di Santo Spring 2013 Collection

Next up on our Spring 2013 Collection favorites list is the one and only Ines Di Santo. In our recent exclusive interview with the designer, she stated that “Art is everywhere.” After viewing this collection we believe her! In the latest designs we see so many wonderful elements that come together to create a cohesive array of gowns. As Brides reported, “Ruffles are such a Spring 2013 trend and we love it.” (Hint: Scroll down to the very first gown below.) And as The Wedding Co. observed, “It was total glam at the Ines Di Santo show.” We have our own observations, too. As usual there were the couple of short ‘n flirty gowns on the runway. Lace and rouching were prevalent, and the handful of bisque gowns didn’t go unnoticed. The designer really created some magic with tulle, and threw in a helping of sparkle. And how about the […]
April 15, 2012

Kenneth Pool Spring 2013 Collection

It’s that time of year again where a fresh batch of mouth-watering bridal fashions hits the New York runways! First up on our spring 2013 collection rounds is Kenneth Pool. “The Kenneth Pool bride personifies glamour and likes to make a grand entrance,” lead designer Amsale Aberra stated recently in an exclusive interview with Lovella. There’s a little something for every glamorous bride in this latest collection: ball gowns for the princess bride, trumpet shapes for the sexier bride, and sheaths for perhaps the more understated bride. One big thing in common? Extreme femininity as exemplified by sweetheart necklines, frills, and embellishments. Too, we’ve included some behind the scenes photos courtesy of Brides. Enjoy!