Marchesa Bridal Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection

The all-white and ethereal bridal fashion week is on, bringing new drop-dead gorgeous gowns for the pretty brides-to-be and predicting new stunning wedding trends for the next fall/winter season. The Marchesa bridal fall/winter 2015-2016 collection is the first on the list to charm us with its delicate design solutions and spectacular dresses meant to make any woman the ultimate goddess on her special day. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craigshowed concentrated on the diversity for their new 15-piece collection, bringing the ideal design for any body shape and personality, thus targeting “all the different kinds of brides out there.”

Marchesa Bridal Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection

Whether it’s about a traditional long gown or a coquettish short wedding dress, elegance and drama are imprinted all over the Marchesa bridal fall/winter 2015-2016 collection. While crisp white is the main and It color of the entire line, Marchesa also presents a new rendition of the classic Champagne shade, using it on a breathtaking strapless gown with an embroidered bodice and fabulous draped silk organza skirt. Other than that, the rest of the 14 looks feature the purest white shade, always looking innocent and classy.

Intricate embroidery, flouncy ruffles and draping, spectacular beadwork, beautiful flower appliqués and subtle peplum accents are some of the main techniques applied to make these dresses that spectacular. These perfectly blend with the dramatic lace, chiffon, lace, tulle and organza, resulting in the emergence of new show-stopping pieces any bride would love to see herself in for her big day.

Marchesa Bridal Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection

Marchesa Bridal Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection

Speaking about the focus of this mini line, being the diversity, we can mention dresses and gowns providing different levels of coverage and modest, yet each time looking mesmerizing and unique. From gowns with detachable capes and ones with the classic ribbon necklines to tea-length and drop-waist options, as well as those iconic mermaid dresses, the Marchesa bridal fall/winter 2015-2016 collection has all the possible styles and shapes of trendy and modern wedding gowns. Whether you want to be an elegant goddess or a playful princess on your wedding day, you are sure to find the perfect thing in this collection. The crystal and pearl embossed tulle veils come to complement the majority of the dresses, adding refinement to the final looks.

With its minimalist and elaborate designs, breathtaking style solutions and small precious details, the Marchesa bridal fall/winter 2015-2016 collection manages to charm instantly. So if you are a bride-to-be, this is the best source of inspiration for you to look one-of-a-kind and memorable while walking down the aisle!

Marchesa Bridal Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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