St. Pucchi celebrated their 25th anniversary this season and created an avant-garde collection with a focus on modern silhouettes and textures. Designer Rani Totman shared that when designing the line she focused on fabrication and was inspired by “the futuristic appeal of geometrics, combined with femininity and romance.”
I found that the designs were quite-regal inspired. What do you think?
A simple sheath was featured with this tulle “coat” that was embroidered with silver thread and beading. Perfect for the bride who wants some coverage for her arms for her wedding ceremony or in general.
This white tulle gown features a pleated bodice (a popular trend this season) and tiered skirt. I think this is a very elegant design for a bride looking for a full skirt without a lot of embellishments on the dress. Remember sometimes less is more.
There weren’t many gowns this season that had an ethereal feel to it. For brides looking for a delicate gown with romantic details this gown is for you. If you’re not sure, ask yourself if you’re describing your wedding’s look and feel as A Midsummer Night’s Dream. If the answer’s yes, than this gown is for you.
Speaking of regal, this satin ball gown is fit for a Queen, or at least a princess bride. The bodice and voluminous skirt are embroidered with metallic thread and adorned with crystals. You can’t see it here but the back of the skirt has a heart-shaped design in the same silver thread and crystals so you’ll look great from every angle.
A wedding dress doesn’t have to be adorned with crystals and sequins to give it some personality. This fit-to-flare silhouette features circle cut outs appliques along the bodice, a very modern design that is paired with a romantic cascade of tiered ruffles.
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