The red carpet is often full of Romona Keveza looks, especially when the celebrities are opting for a purer and more innocent touch to their ensembles and personalities. Her designs are spectacular and generally inspired by all that occurs around her. In the case of the Romona Keveza spring 2017 bridal collection, the attacks on Paris brought out the resilient spirit and character of the local population, leading to a more specific line of bridal gowns in their wake. For Romona Keveza, the Legends by Romona Keveza line pays homage to “La Vie en Rose” and really brings in the beauty of all that is French. We see some rather intricate creations, from romantic blush toned gowns to fluted skirts, off-the-shoulder princess designs and lots of delicate lace.
What we see throughout is a whole lot of contrasts, with traditional white gowns and some very lovely colorful looks, classic volume versus the skim figures and translucent silhouettes. There are some whimsical floral prints, intriguing caped dresses, concentrations on the décolletage and some strapless pieces. We notice wedding dresses that are meant for the fuller figure and that entrance us, particularly since most of the population is not a simple 0-size 4, instead ranging higher into 8 and 10 and 12.
Many of the Romona Keveza spring 2017 bridal dresses reflect on the very human and very real silhouette, accentuating curves and showing off the best features. We have a few with silver belts on the white chiffon, gorgeous voluminous guipure falling about the legs, some high necklines and others that show off a cleavage, plunging V’s and lace sleeves. Keveza seems to place emphasis on the curves of the hips and the show of décolletage, appearing as if the 2017 fashion trends are going to be veering towards that line of design.
The multiple dresses without straps or sleeves mean that for the spring season, you should enjoy showing off those shoulders of yours with ease. As for the royal attire we see towards the end, with floral appliques and an ivory touch, blues and purples are mixing for two of these spectacular masterpieces, but the blush gown is attracting our gaze with its intricate floral prints in orange-pinks and reds. It is as if these looks were made specifically for nobles at court, or the very least, for the A-list celebrities on the red carpet. They are just too lovely to pass up.
If you are looking to buy your dress for the spring season, Romona Keveza is probably one of the best designer labels to go with, knowing full well that each piece is masterfully crafted to suit the bodies of the ladies, who wish to become a princess on their special day. Whereas artists like Elie Saab have focused on covering up, Keveza want to show off skin where it is both sexy and not quite scandalous to do so as one enters a holy building to speak one’s vows.
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