Geometric Gowns Inspired by Crystals from Willowby by Watters

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Geometric Gowns Inspired by Crystals from Willowby by Watters

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The fall 2017 collection from Willowby by Watters recently made its debut at Bridal Fashion Week in New York City. Titled “Dreamscape” the new designs take their inspiration from the raw beauty of uncut crystals. The gowns include geometric and striped elements to allude to the geode trend that has been become popular in the world of wedding décor. Beading combines ivory hues and iridescent moonstone to add to the naturally glamorous feel. 

Molly Workman, the designer of Willowby by Watters, names “Locket” as her favorite of the new dresses, stating that the beauty is in the beading. “She shines with pearls and milky white crystals, reminiscent of Girasol Opal, which possesses calming properties. She also has a soft net skirt that catches the breeze beautifully when walking,” Molly adds. It’s no surprise that the gowns were designed with a free-spirited, lighthearted bride in mind. Each dress looks as if it would float down the aisle. See more gowns from the collection in the slideshow above!

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