The dress should feel as good as it looks. A-lines are flattering on all body types, mermaids accentuate curves, and soft fabrics tend to flatter and feel less formal. A wedding gown is about self-expression, and the bride should choose a dress that reflects who she is above all else. –Vera Wang.— Vera Wang, designer
After getting her start at Vogue and Ralph Lauren, designer Vera Wang opened her flagship store in New York City in 1990, forever changing the bridal industry.
Her iconic dresses are known around the world for worldly drama, feminine detailing, and a modern approach to bridal design.
When it comes to creating wedding dresses desired by brides all over the world, Vera Wang is the only choice that comes to mind. Vera Wang has been quite an exceptional front runner in the wedding space during the last 25 years, understanding that not all brides want the same thing. Celebrity after celebrity has worn a Vera Wang wedding gown for her big day – including Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Hilary Duff, Alicia Keys, Chelsea Clinton, Ivanka Trump and Jennifer Lopez.
Vera Wang has created a wedding empire that will amp up the glam of your wedding.
For Spring 2017, bridal guru Vera Wang continued the trend of offering fresh curves on cuts and techniques her longtime fans and the newly betrothed are sure to faint for.
Here, SIZZLING GLAMOUR’s exclusive first look at Vera Wang Spring 2017.
Most of the sheer pieces present gorgeous movement as well, mostly due to the fabrics, but also due to the skilled draping techniques. Black makes a noticeable appearance as well this season, as a contrasting element in juxtaposition with the delicate whites.
Some of the most memorable garments are represented by this simple and elegant dress with a peek-a-boo detail on the bodice and this form-fitting dress with a voluminous bottom and a dramatic black belt.
Some of the pieces from the latest collections feature delicate flower petals, displayed almost chaotically and yet effortlessly-chic at the same time. It is perfect for brides who love a little mystery and a fairytale vibe for their big day or simply as an inspirational platform for brides in search of innovative styles.
The peek-a-boo (also seen as part of the minimalistic trend above) effect makes another appearance in this exquisite strapless black dress with a voluminous feather skirt (see above) – with a modern bodice and a dramatic bottom, this dress is definitely suitable for a bride who wants to break all rules when it comes to her wedding attire.
Light ivory silk faille plunging V-neck gown with draped skirt and sleeves and jeweled belt detail.
Soft white silk crepe off the shoulder tailored gown with corset detailing and silk georgette draped sleeves.
Soft white silk crepe off the shoulder cowl neck gown with French tulle draped sleeves.
Light ivory hand draped French tulle A-line off the shoulder gown with draped sleeve accents.
Simona (left): Light ivory silk chiffon off the shoulder gown with straight neckline, draped sleeves and smocked waist detail accented by crimson hand painted sleeves and front slit.
Serafina (right): Light ivory silk chiffon off the shoulder gown with V-neck, draped sleeves and smocked waist detail accented by hand applique silk flowers.
Light ivory silk faille strapless A-line gown with fringed silk organza flange technique accented by beaded crystal and pearl buildup and hand-knotted ribbon.
Light ivory strapless A-line macramé lace gown with French tulle build up and sleeves.
Light ivory halter neck A-line macramé lace gown with sheer French tulle back.
Light ivory French tulle halter off the shoulder gown with draped sleeves accented by hand placed Chantilly lace applique and front slit.
Light ivory macramé lace ball gown with draped skirt and hand placed macramé lace and bridal button accents.
Light ivory V-neck silk mermaid gown with illusion high neck accented by hand placed
Chantilly lace applique.