“Designing a spring collection in the dead of winter is challenging, so imagination sprinkled with a drop of fantasy becomes more important than ever,” says Remy Quinones, founder and creative director of Isabelle Armstrong. The 13 gowns all exude both romance and drama, perfect for a bride who wants to make an entrance.
The “Chloe” dress may appear simple and classic at first glance, but the ball gown features intricate embroidery with a floral-and-leaf motif, while the sweet cap sleeves are offset by a scoop and notched neckline. The low back and gathered, attached overskirt provide a modern edge. The “Connie” gown, with a delicate rose design on Chantilly lace on a sheer corset bodice and full peplum atop an A-line skirt, can be seen on the cover of the summer issue of Inside Weddings.
“Spring is a time for new beginnings, fresh with promise and desire, much like a newly married bride and groom, growing organically, day by day, with lots of love and care. This is the essence of our Spring 2018 Collection,” affirms the designer.
See a preview of the summer issue, featuring the "Connie" gown, here.
View more from the elegant collection in the slideshow above! For more wedding gown inspiration, view collections from bridal fashion week here. Also, be sure to check out our extensive photo galleries, which feature images of the wedding gowns chosen by real brides.