If a six-year-old girl (with great fashion sense) were imagining her wedding dress, it would most likely look something like one of the gowns that walked down the runway during the Watters and Watters Spring 2012 show. With fantastic gowns making use of appliqués, beading and subtle color (found in sashes and blush-colored gowns), Watters and Watters delivers graceful style and timeless beauty. In all, the classic bride would swoon over this collection.
Click here to see the full collection on Martha Stewart Weddings.
Now that Spring 2011 Bridal Market has wrapped, let’s spend the week taking a look at the collections that stood out among the rest. First up: Adele Wechsler.
Wechsler’s newest collection still draws on ethereal draping and light fabrics while remaining eco-conscious and gorgeous. She continues to prove that environmentally-friendly wedding gowns do not have to be frumpy or low-quality. I was also happy to see that she gave a nod to the little white dress concept that has successfully sealed its place as an option for brides that are not afraid to show a little leg.
Click here to view the full collection.