When a wedding is looming, nothing becomes material to inspire. How about the dress, if we took a look at the catwalks of the spring-summer 2020 catwalks? Focus on these passages that will captivate future brides.
Marriage specialists no longer have a monopoly on the heart. In the age of upcycling and eco-responsibility, the idea of being able to put on your dress after the ceremony is all the more tempting. A bias supported by the catwalks of the spring-summer 2020 catwalks, where the daily wardrobe blends in with the desires specific to this very special day.
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Beauty can thus be nestled in the simplicity of a perfectly pleated dress (The Row), a well thought-out halter (Salvatore Ferragamo). Or raised with the passage of usual clothes, like the shirt dress or the suit, punctuated with almost couture touches. Unstructured (Mame Kurogouchi) or “romanticized” in contact with the tulle (Sportmax, Valentino), the first makes the silhouette gain in graphics. And the second has nothing to envy the groom’s suit, whether you choose it clean (Boss), embroidered (Alexander McQueen), or even fringed (Gabriela Hearst). A nice detail that will beat the pace of our elegance with each step towards the altar.
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Fans of the princess dress will also find their happiness in ready-to-wear. At Nina Ricci, the silky neckline rises like a light whipped cream, while it is designed in feathers at Jason Wu. The ready-to-wear designers also know how to do in lace, declined in lingerie style at Y / Project, maximalist Zimmermann and suggestive at Oscar de la Renta. The tulle, in vaporous petticoat (Fatima Lopes), over-dress (Loewe) or everywhere (Valentino), will complete the offer to future brides part of the dream. Who will find in Prabal Gurung an inventive twist by way of final bouquet.