The Oko gown from Lis Simon features those spaghetti straps and a lot of other nuanced details that we are swooning for.
Firstly, the design features silk Mikado – a stunning fabric – and a scooped neckline. We don’t see either of these too often – but when we do we know it’s a sign of a sophisticated bride.
We could easily see this as a vow renewal dress, elopement, or even a destination choice.
Fit-and-flare gowns can be quite dramatic and glamorous, and that is no different with the Alexis design from Lazaro.
The ivory petal embroidered shimmer tulle, the bold silhouette, the V-neckline, and chapel train, all come together to create a perfect bridal day look for an evening celebration, one with a bit of Hollywood appeal, and formality.
It’s really hard not to take a few extra looks – and even a quick try on. We love the dress with a slicked back ponytail or bun – but we can easily envision it topped off with a gorgeous veil as well.
Check out the silhouette of this Matthew Christopher design! It’s so complimentary as it accents curves in all the right places.
Topped off with gorgeous detailing, the Adri design features lace, a button-enclosed zipped, and a chapel-length train.
Don’t forget the veil with this beauty as it is fit for an evening ceremony or one filled with a bit more tradition. Hair up or down will do the trick, and tuxes of all colors would fair nicely as well.