Dramatic dresses in signature blush, gold, and subtle nude shades delighted onlookers at this season's Monique Lhuillier collection preview. “The Spring 2018 bride enters the room with a regal sense of grace to offer a tulle-gloved hand,” the fashion house confides. This collection showcases an array of gowns that are anything but traditional: chandelier boleros, dramatic skirts, and flamboyant beading on gowns primarily constructed of tulle, lace, and satin. This is your ideal collection if you desire an elegant, over-the-top gown.
If you seek a style that epitomizes unique, take a look at “Bastille” for an edgy incorporation of tulle and lace with nude and gold elements – or “Yasmin” which gives a lingerie illusion for the sexy bride. If you want your dress to stand out while still remaining fairly classic, try “Juliette” or “Sofia,” both of which offer an elaborate skirt with a simpler neckline.
This collection demonstrates style of a modern-day fashionable bride – one that beautifully combines edge with elegance. For more wedding gown inspiration from bridal fashion week, click here. Also, be sure to check out our extensive photo galleries, which feature images of the wedding gowns chosen by real brides.
Photos by Greg Kessler