I’m always (ALWAYS!) on the lookout for wedding dresses that mimic the look and feel of yesteryear. Besides the fact that there was once a time where fashion designers acknowledged that most women have curves rather than corners, a gown that has stayed stylish for half a century will probably look grand as it did on your wedding day when you pull out the old wedding album to show the grandkids. Now that’s longevity.
Right now I’m totally digging on the fab frocks from Sarah Danielle Bridal for the very reasons mentioned above. There are structured portrait collars…pretty lace boleros…tailored jackets. There is scalloped lace, and there are crystal broaches and side pockets. What I’m trying to impart is that there are options that stray above and beyond white and strapless and beading.
I’m not sure who Sarah Danielle is, considering that the gowns are envisioned and created by a design team. Ah well, putting a face to the name wouldn’t change how much I dig these dresses!