Each bride is different, but one thing is certain – the wedding dress is an iconic clothing piece, enveloped in meaning and emotion.
There are women who, since they were little girls, have dreamed of getting married in a classic corseted gown with an ample skirt. There are also women who wouldn’t be caught dead walking down the aisle looking like Cinderella. To the latter, designer-duo Viktor Horsting & Rolf Snoeren, have dedicated their first ever bridal collection.
Imagined for the avant-garde bride, who wants to go beyond the limits of tradition, the Marriage capsule collection, designed as part of the label’s pre-Spring/Summer 2014 collection, includes six looks, one more surprising than the other. Each look, however, retains just the perfect amount of conservatory spirit, via a colour palette limited to white and ivory.
Would you like to get married in a floor-length dress, but ample skirts aren’t really your thing? Viktor & Rolf propose three gorgeous options, featuring romantic frills or delicate bows that highlight your femininity in the softest of manners. Feeling a bit more daring? How about a short flirty dress that will make you queen of the dance floor, or even a shirt-dress that’s short in the front, but features a train in the back? Still not daring enough for your taste? Then the silk jumpsuit with sleek silhouette must have been created especially for you.
Psst! Let me tell you a secret: Even if you aren’t getting married soon, the fabulous outfits from the Viktor & Rolf bridal capsule-collection, will look just as good at a cocktail party, as they’ll do walking down the aisle. Don’t forget to take a look at our advice on how to wear white without looking like a bride, though.
Photos courtesy of: elle.pl, vogue.co.uk