Monique Lhuillier Wedding Dresses Collection
Trends in the bridal world tend to change constantly; therefore, for those who like fashion, it is extremely important to be aware of what is happening on the catwalks around the world.
When we talk about the world of brides, it's impossible not to mention fashion designer Monique Lhuillier, known for her ready-to-wear models that especially appeal to brides who are tired of the trends in white dresses with a princess skirt.
That's why, in this article, we're going to tell you a little more about the Monique Lhuillier 2020 collection, so you can be inspired by the most diverse models and maybe even choose an original Monique Lhuillier to use during your big day!
The Captivating Fantasy
Called Captivating Fantasy (Captivating Fantasy), this collection came to innovate the catwalks of the bride's world and escapes from the traditional that we all already know. Elements such as transparency, slits, flowers, lace, sparkles, textures and embroidery are very present in all the dresses in the collection and they certainly add the dramatic touch thought by the stylist.
Imagine a mix of a classic dress from fairy tale books with the modernity and daring of today, this is the collection's proposal; which was certainly achieved through all the elements that compose it.
We can already see that once again transparency will be on the rise next year. In the Captivating Fantasy collection, it is present in many dresses, and it can be found discreetly on the bust and even on the legs, giving an air of sensuality to the piece.
Flowers and lace are present in almost all dresses, although in a more discreet way in some. They are the elements responsible for giving a classic and magical touch to the pieces, showing the delicacy of a bride mixed with the modern world.
One of the trends for the coming year is for sure textured fabrics. In the collection, we can find them in puffy long-sleeved models in beige tones or V-neck, in classic white tone.
In addition to all the above elements, another that draws attention to the collection is the bare back. Several models opt not for transparency, but for leaving the bride's back exposed; the stylist makes this assembly game both leaving the back without any fabric or putting small lace on a tulle, giving it a more classic look.
Monique Lhuillier is a Filipino fashion designer known worldwide for her non-standard pieces that keep the wedding classic. Her specialty are ready to wear dresses, which are usually made in one size fits all.
In this collection, the stylist wanted to be inspired by Italian gardens and fairy tales, which added to the romanticism of the pieces and certainly pleased many brides! If you have been one of these brides, be sure to be inspired by the designer when looking for a wedding dress for your special day.