A Sampling of Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2010 Gowns

I thought I’d get a gander at the Spring 2010 wedding gowns here and there since I’m notorious at not remembering to ever post about that sort of thing. Perhaps it’s just that I need to get into the habit? I figure it should be easy to remember since looking at (and sometimes laughing at) wedding gowns is so much fun, even for those of already married. Am I right, ladies?

Anyway, the usual things dominate Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2010 gowns — all across the runway board, in fact. The Spring 2010 wedding dresses are overwhelmingly strapless, for one. Where there are straps, they tend toward the skinnier side of things. As does the bride the designers probably had in mind. But there are also some pretty neat details, like polka dots, vintage detailing, and boldly patterned fabrics. Overall, it’s a lot of fun, even if some of the gowns are a tad weird.





4 Responses to “A Sampling of Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2010 Gowns”

  1. Blossom says:

    I think the last dress was attacked by a tree, and for some strange reason i like the first dress a little bit even if the back of it would make your arse look huge if you where anything but a stick.

  2. Pencils says:

    I’ve always liked Carolina Herrerra’s designs. Yes, some are weird, but it’s high fashion, even if it is bridal gowns. The necklines seem very 1950s to me, which I like, the dresses from that period are lovely, especially for women like me with hourglass figures. If you like that sort of style, Whirling Turban makes amazing wedding dresses for not that much money, especially compared to high-end bridal houses.

  3. La BellaDonna says:

    I’m a little … puzzled … that these were produced by Carolina Herrera, whom I usually associate with Timeless Elegance (With An Occasional WTF). Most of these strike me as being almost right. I do like the first one, especially the fabric; I’m not put off by the bustle effect, it’s SUPPOSED to look like that. But many of the others look slightly off: the silhouette’s attractive, but the execution is strange.

    I’ll take that first hat As Is, however!