|(c) Style.com, Simultaneously sweet and not so sweet (note: sheer bust), at Collette Dinnigan.|
|(c) Style.com, Straight out of a modern fairy tale, at Alexander McQueen.|
|(c) Style.com, With a mullet train, at Andrew Gn.|
|(c) Style.com, Tied off with a pretty bow, at Alexis Mabille couture.|
|(c) Style.com, At Marchesa, lace over pooling nude fabric.|
|(c) Style.com, With statement shoulders and a short hemline, at Mugler.|
|(c) Style.com, Naeem Khan's signature intricate work.|
|(c) Style.com, At Paule Ka, simple with a flattering empire waist.|
|(c) Style.com, An unconventional color and veil, at Elie Saab couture.|
|(c) Style.com, Balancing beadwork with a see-through skirt, at Temperley London.|
|(c) Style.com, Body-skimming clean lines, at Valentino couture.|
|(c) Style.com, Strapless and body-con, at Versace.|
|(c) Style.com, At Vivienne Westwood, here comes the bride.|
|(c) Style.com, For the boho bride, from Derek Lam.|
Keeping up with the theme of this season, wedding gowns are no different than the RTWs of Spring. It is keeping within the theme of re-shaping classic shapes to a re-constrcuted dress fit for 2011.
Alexander McQueen's gown is simply gorgeous, over-the-top as in the tradition of being a McQueen but the shapes is still fitting for any modern day princess.
Versace body-con is absolutely stunning. Modern and sexy, with cut-outs in all the right places.
My favorite? Mugler. This is something I would definitely wear to my own, simple wedding. The dress has great lines and the right touch of edginess... bold shoulders and short hemline. Did anyone notice the shoes? Mmm Hmm.