Created by Oscar de la Renta’s design studio after Peter Copping’s departure from the fashion house, the newest Oscar de la Renta fall 2017 bridal collection is elegance at its purest, with silhouettes perfect for anyone who is looking for a traditionally modern wedding dress. This all-white bridal collection was, in fact, extremely polished and refined in lines, as well as seductively classic in cuts, with touches of modernity filtered through the many 3D floral embellishments, guipure lace panels and taffeta bows.
Although featuring only 15 looks, the collection turned out to be extremely versatile, with silhouettes that varied from traditional A-lines to more structured two-pieces. As a whole, the collection could be regarded as a more polished, revisited version of the Oscar de la Renta fall 2016 bridal lineup, which featured a similar organza extravaganza and was extremely traditional in styles too. As usual, those at the Oscar de la Renta studios designed mini wedding dresses as well, sported onstage by utterly cute petite models.
The Oscar de la Renta bridal fall 2017 collection showcased almost any kind of silhouette one can think of while searching for the perfect wedding dress, from trumpet to modified A-line to mermaid to sheath and even tea-length ones. Oscar de la Renta proved, once again, to perfectly know its target audience, and by judging from the care its design studio took to refine and make every single staple one-of-a-kind, we can also fairly state they know how to spoil a bride-to-be rotten, too.
While the princess-like, A-line, modified A-line and ball-gown dresses got revamped with tactical draping and cascades of white and silver pearls, the sinuous sheaths, mini dresses and mermaid dresses got modernized through floral tulle embroideries and opal chokers, which also helped balance the figures even more.
What makes the Oscar de la Renta bridal fall 2017 collection even more unique is the abounding amount of standout accessories and little details those at the fashion house’s studio complemented most of the looks with, making them minimalist and fairytale-like at the same time. With either chokers or delicate dangling earrings highlighting the faces, the collection’s intricate detailing mainly focused on shoulders, enhanced with either draped off-the-shoulder tulle sleeves, or sequin embroideries.
Silver rings were also often spotted throughout the lineup, as they flawlessly encapsulated this collection’s sophisticated spirit and confident heart.
If you are looking for a pair of traditionally classic wedding shoes, we specifically recommend having a look at this Oscar de la Renta bridal collection, as both the ivory moiré faille jewel pumps and sandals the studio designed will look amazing at any kind of wedding ceremony, whether it is an indoor or outdoor celebration.
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