Ever since Kate Middleton arrived at Westminster Abbey lace has dominated the bridal runway. And while the Duchess’ floral pattern was quite lovely, it didn’t have the bling many brides are looking for. To solve the problem of a traditional lace gown with a touch of Hollywood glamour designers have added a bit of sparkle to lace in both subtle and elaborate ways:
There’s a delicate silver thread in the lace tiered ruffles of this voluminous ball gown by Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld (far left).
Modern Trousseau (center) added more than just a touch of sparkly to a mini white reception dress made from metallic lace.
This column gown with a tiered skirt by Douglas Hannant (far right) features a delicate white and silver lace.
Anne Chertoff | Wedding Blogger
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