Lovely, princess-worthy wedding dresses from Legends by Romona Keveza Spring 2012 Royal Collection. First things first — check out the wedding dress above. With its beautiful V-neck lace bodice and full-length sleeves, it captures the romantic spirit of the royal wedding dress worn by Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge perfectly, don’t you think? Talk about uncanny vision! The dress, one of many revealed on April 9th 2011 at New York Bridal Week, features elements from both Kate Middleton’s Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding dress — the deep V-neck neckline — and Grace Kelly’s Helen Rose designed bridal gown that inspired it — the pleated cumberband. Gorgeous!
Modest wedding dresses with long sleeves and lace bodices are sure to be a hit with brides all over the world caught in the slipstream of the royal wedding and this collection has quite a number of them. We love these off-shoulder numbers. Very elegant, very regal.
The Spring 2012 Royal Collection is a “return to a romantic age of formality, grandeur and elegance — from Queen Victoria’s lavish rich silk satin to Grace Kelly’s exquisite lace, Legends by Romona Keveza reinterprets the most legendary gowns for a new generation of celebrated brides. Taking elements from the personal styles of this year’s royal brides, Kate Middleton and Charlene Wittstock… illusion bodices, ruched form fitting waists and flowing skirt, slim silhouettes, asymmetrical necklines, luxurious Chantilly lace veils and court trains adds tradition and luxury.”
In royal fashion — wedding gown with Queen Anne neckline.
Feminine off-the-shoulder mermaid style wedding gown with pretty floral detailing.
A more minimal look, evocative of Princess Victoria of Sweden's wedding dress.
No Princess Diana-inspired meringues here but there is this sexy, slinky dress with plunging neckline...
... and this oh-so-pretty A-line gown with elongated bodice.
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