This is just divine! Here comes the indeed dumbfounding Monique Lhuillier bridal 2014 campaign involving all the innocence and natural charm that bridal dresses may have! Starring Australian beauty Codie Young, this collection is ready to make any girl a real queen with the super cute and gorgeously feminine silhouettes. While Tiina Laakkonen created the unforgettable stylish looks, resourceful photographer Daniel Jackson took care of taking these influential shots, which were created in New York City at Pier 59 Studios.
The super sophisticated techniques used for designing these pieces are the best guarantee of having just as chic results, especially in case of such wonders like bridal gowns. Thus, the Monique Lhuillier bridal 2014 collection starts with an ultra-beautiful stunner, having some delicate embroidery, straight silhouettes, and massively put transparencies with scrupulously worked out beadwork. This is followed with another innocent with super chic option, made of all-shiny details most frequently used as beads, charming floral designs, and a cute sweetheart neckline. The next option suggests a sophisticated and simply elegant variant of putting it ruffled, with the subtle and long veil styled in a messy ruffled look to match the fluffy finishes of the skirt.
The mermaid shapes are also in the Monique Lhuillier bridal 2014 collection, introducing another variation in this eye-catching diversity, adorned with the typically designed florals and beads. The sophisticated shiny elements are applied to the next look, too, the most peculiar aspect about which is the transparency for the sleeves, at times interrupted with some floral details again.
Thus, here we have a magically recreated exemplar of Monique Lhuillier philosophy suggesting all the chic and feminine for the most unforgettable looks. With these innovated versions of the traditionally accepted glam shapes, you are sure to be the shiny star on the most important day in your life. The guests will not be able to forget your mind-blowing goddess look for a very long time.
Photos courtesy of Monique Lhuillier