The range features very different styles from strapless, mermaid silhouettes and revealing off the shoulder dresses, to long-sleeved, covered-up two or even three-piece looks which are perfect for winter weddings when you’ll want to feel warm and cosy during the ceremony.
With plenty of embroidery, appliqués and glittery embellishments such as Swarovski crystals, Inbal Dror’s dresses were beautifully adorned and elegantly accessorised with dazzling bejewelled crowns, which added an irresistible regal charm to the entire collection. The long-sleeved sheath dress made from De Calais lace and embellished with gold beadwork was definitely one of the most impressive pieces from the range, and we also loved the decadent ball gown in soft shade of ivory that features a huge puffed tulle skirt teamed with a beaded off-the-shoulder bodice and it was worn with a fabulous golden crown.
The collection has a distinctive vintage flair evoking the romance of bygone eras as it features elegant laces, subtle beadwork and floor-sweeping trains, but it is also has a lot of contemporary elements and we think it is ideal for modern-day princess brides who want to look elegant and sophisticated as well as seductive on their big day. The range includes a few daring pieces such as a column dress with a crocheted top and two big slits at the front of the skirt, and a ball gown with almost completely transparent illusion bodice. We also spotted plenty of trendy details at the show and they include sexy plunging necklines, very low backs, extravagant side cut-outs and even bohemian-style sleeves, while embellishments included fashionable lace appliqués and chunky beads.
Inbal Dror’s collection also features plenty of stylish separates which are also representing a huge bridal fashion trend for 2015 and we are sure brides-to-be will be happy to mix and match the pieces in order to put together different outfits for their ceremony and reception. We loved the selection of bridal jackets, long-sleeved tops and embellished capelets, which wonderfully complement the gowns. For brides who want to exchange their vows in a ball gown and then change into a more comfortable frock, we recommend an amazing tulle dress with a removable top layer that can be quickly transformed into a vintage-style tea-length outfit which is much more suitable for dancing!
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