If you are going to tie the knot in 2017, then you should definitely take a look at Marchesa Bridal Spring collection of wedding dresses when you are picking out a wedding dress.
Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig love an enchanted garden theme “Everything has these nude undertones and feels very light,” Chapman said. “And we wanted to be playful with the silhouettes, for the modern bride that has a hand in fashion.”
Their romantic lineup felt lighter and frothier than in seasons past, with many looks featuring tiered, transparent layers of tulle in dip-dyed blush and cascading 3-D petals. Off-the-shoulder styles felt particularly current in light of the bare-shoulder craze, and a few gowns featured full skirts and peplums that could be removed to reveal slinkier silhouettes beneath. That should also appeal to the bride of today, who doesn’t just plan her wedding but trains for it: “She’s been working on her body and she wants to show it off,” Craig said.
The Marchesa Spring 2017 Bridal Collection is a glamorous array of gowns that will make choosing just one dress a nearly impossible task.