Textures, colors and couture flair. There’s so much to love about Modern Trousseau’s Spring 2014 bridal collection which features feminine, classic looks with modern twists. For a start there’s Laurel, above, a gorgeous strapless gown with pink-dipped layers of silk organza. We adore pink wedding dresses but when you add “ombre” to the equation, it just sends us into a tizzy of uncontrollable girly excitement. A skirt that looks like petals of a flower. How do you top that? The good news is the rest of the collection is just as droolworthy, if not more so — just take a look! Below, Annie strapless tea-length gown, shown in Shell Pink. This couture dress features an all-over pattern of Alençon lace and English net over silk duchess, with a full skirt and sweetheart neckline. Lovely, isn’t it?
Ellis beaded lace over an organza strapless mermaid gown with rose patterned bodice.
Norah strapless empire waist gown with embellished sweetheart neckline.
Tanner strapless gown featuring asymmetrical, ruched bodice in silk with dropped waist, and an intricately-draped chiffon skirt.
Finnley cap-sleeved Alencon lace over blush duchess gown. Love!
Kendall sleeveless fit to flare gown in in Alencon lace over silk duchess.
Swan strapless couture gown with Chantilly lace bodice and dramatic skirt in layers of feathers.
More Modern Trousseau Spring 2014 wedding gowns on the next page.