A-line wedding dresses first appeared at the beginning of the 21st century, a classical cut. The vertical lines and neat cuts show the fitted top and loose bottom. Sheers, gathering and ruffles are added to make wedding dresses more romantic.
Waterfall gathering has a streamlined outside and rich inside, conveying a refreshing and classical quality, as seen at Pronovias, Marchesa and PeterLangner. The piling and reorganization of torn sheers create the feather-like surface and smooth hemline.
EvaLendel uses fitted sheers to form layers accentuating the top and elongating the bottom. The multi-layer small gathering encapsulate the bride’s refreshing and sweet elegance.
In Carolina Herrera’s newest wedding dress colllections, the soft sheer layers, simple lines are striking and elegant.
Ruffles feel feminine. In this season, ruffles are updated. The A-line dress with layered ruffles at the them feels attractive.
The design of short front and long back is often applied to formal dresses. It also translates into wedding dresses. Eva Lendell uses a bandeau silhouette on the top, with short front hem and back floor-sweeping hemline .
The detachable wedding dresses are practical. The seductive fish tail and dreamy floor-sweeping tail are both included in one wedding dress. Zuhair Murad uses delicate lace embroidery, low-cut neckline and the detachable hemline to create a queen image.
Wedding dresses can be elegant or seductive. Victoria KyriaKides’s delicate lace embroidery and side splits feel provocative and feminine.