The Kenneth Pool collection offers glamorous gowns with impeccable silhouettes. Showcasing a variety of styles Kenneth Pool’s line ranged from luxurious ball gowns to sleek fit to flare shapes. We loved the manipulation of tulle in some of the gowns but also the intricate beading in others. Our trunk show is going to feature all of these gorgeous looks, for appointments please call (202) 965-4696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well, we are back from Bridal Market in New York! As with every season, there is a lot to take in, but we made sure to take note of every trend and report back to our brides! So, here is your bridal fashion breakdown for spring 2016. The top 5 trends are…
For brides looking for something a little more funky, the crop top effect can be a fun and playful look. The key to pulling of this trend is balance, not too low cut and a flowing shape. Just a hint of skin keeps the feel light and lovely.
Geometric and Linear Embroidery
Embroidery has been popular for a few seasons now, but this market we noticed very unique embellishments, a little more angular and linear. What’s great about this trend is that geometric embroidery can work on long slinky gowns or full skirts.
In recent seasons we’ve seen cut-outs featured by a sample of designers. However, this market it seems as though the idea of cut-outs was fully embraced. Between ball gowns and sleek silhouettes the edgy trend made a cameo more than a few times.
Tulle skirts are such a classic bridal look and brides have always loved them. The idea of an overskirt is great because it provides versatility to brides wanting to switch their look. While providing brides the same flexibility as a full overskirt, the half over skirt gives brides more of a retro look, think Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina… who could forget that iconic gown???
Off the Shoulder
This is such a classic neckline and we are so happy to see it getting attention again! The neckline is not ideal for everyone but when it works, it works. The downside to the off the shoulder cut is that it restricts arm movement, however we have seen in the past that some brides don’t mind, as long as they like the look!
From the simple elegance of Jenny Lee and Rivini
to the grandeur of Kenneth Pool…
we’ve seen it all…
Jenny Lee Spring 2012
Jenny Lee stepped out of her box this season.
Ruching, of course, is still in the mix. However she incorporated ruffles, feathers, higher necklines & even ballgowns into her latest collection…
Rivini Spring 2012
Rivini’s collection was inspired by Central Park in the Spring.
Warm hues reminiscent of blushing cheeks and flower blossoms complimented the light and airy fabrics of the gowns.
Draping and texture were everywhere,
however we were happy to see their signature alencon lace as well…
Kenneth Pool Spring 2012
Kenneth Pool introduced caffe tones & portrait necklines into the collection….
More to come…
Carine, Jessica & Gabriella
you need your dream dress.
Starting today (2/24) through Saturday (2/26)
we are having a Kenneth Pool Trunk Show.
We will have the exclusive Fall 2011 Collection in store
as well as some of the Kenneth Pool classics. The trunk show is by by appointment only,
so give us a call at 202.965.4696
or email us at email@example.com
to make your appointment. See you there,