Last week I talked about some of the new collections from designers in London at the White Gallery, this week its all about New York Bridal Market and I have to say I have fallen in love with what designers have been doing to the back of dresses as well as the front. Oscar De la Renta’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection is a prime example of this with the above white silk faille ball gown with lace appliqué housing this gorgeous draped bustle below.
If you want to feel like a Princess from the eighteenth century, this is the dress that will definitely do it.
As for this dress he creates another amazing back with this Ivory stretch mikado trumpet gown with ruffle back.
And again with this Ivory Chantilly lace A-line gown with floral corded Chantilly lace embroidery, which is offset with this silver and white pearl necklace and crystal tassel.
For those of you who feel Oscar’s full skirts isn’t for you he did also have outfits for the city bride and a cool honeymoon outfit.
The above shows a short white silk faille dress with embroidered organza bodice and sleeve and a white cotton eyelet bikini with a white cotton eyelet pareo for those spending time at the beach.
Credits: Slavic Vlasic/Getty Images, Instyle, Brides.com
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