Luxury has no limits, especially if we deal with a bridal collection. Thus, taking into account that apart from coming with everyday garments collections and other options for more important events, the popular brands also suggest the best of their representations for bridal collections, as well, and the spanking new Reem Acra Bridal spring/summer 2015 line is one of the classiest and one of the most spectacular arrays of gowns you could ever imagine! “I spend so much time studying the bride,” noted Acra, and this is actually what underlies the success of this collection.
In fact, what we see in the Reem Acra Bridal spring/summer 2015 collection can be called a conglomeration of the traditional and the modern, the classic and the innovative. And this is, indeed, awesome! Looking through the pieces we may discover a great array of ultra-feminine and very proficiently accentuated garments, which do make a statement about the thematic concentration and the main overall ideology of the designer. Thus, the first gowns opening the line are presented as strapless pieces, adorned with very subtle and delicate fabrics and finished off with the cute embroidery, beadwork, and noticeable proportions of appliqués.
The varieties having body-con shapes present some really nice ways of implementation, too. V-curves and strikingly cute design patterns are also remarkable here. Strapless looks are probably the most widely spread alternatives here, coming with any of the shade varieties and incredible designs. Draping, folding, and successfully combining materials and cuts are the keys of success. The options having a pure white tone are also noteworthy, especially when they come finished off with beads and sequins. Creamy shades are also worth mentioning.
The Reem Acra Bridal spring/summer 2015 collection is again what you most possibly might need on that special day of yours and what is capable of also making your day brighter and livelier. So don’t miss the chance to enjoy these awesome little surprises and go ahead enjoying!
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