Sunday, 5 June 2011

Stephanie Allin 2012 Bridal collection

Stephanie Allin took her inspiration for her 2012 bridal collection from the sounds of 1930's jazz and the golden age of glamour and sophistication. Each gown was named after a screen icon - well you and the gown will be the Star of the show so why not?
Named Tallulah, the slim silhouhette was adorned asymmetricallly with exotic feathers giving a light and playful twist.
For the retro 50's look, there was Bardot with a full tulle calf length skirt and cinched waist adorned with silver ribbon and a dusty pink corsage .To complete the look, a delicate lace shrug.
Hayworth showed simple elegance with cool silk satin caressing the neckline and waist.
Aphrodite raising from the sea! The Olivia's figure skimming silhouette was adorned in wet look satin shimmer whilst layers of tulle frothed around the bottom like sea foam.

Lucille was having a ball in a full voluminous floor skimming skirt with its cascading front layer.
Similar to Lucille was the Madison. Here the look had a younger prom feel with a lower waist and a shorter ankle length hem

Ingrid went for the simple column silhouette but added texture with beading and embroidery.
Always one for drama- Garland with its plunging back and neckline, silk embroidered figure skimming silhouette and tulle overlay.
And bringing 40's silver screen glamour was Ashlea with its cinched in belted waist, sweetheart neckline and structured short peplum which graduated in to a train at the back of the floor length column skirt.

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