High fashion bridal gowns- what would a bride do to access this world

In fashion there are stages of quality too, from affordable styles to haute couture. This term defines the trend setter designers, collections made one of a kind, custom fitting and of the highest quality. In a short way resumed it is the luxury part. Not all have access to this and just to dream about that is a satisfying way. Today we present couture wedding gowns, some to be your source of inspiration, some to be the one and only style you have dreamed about, the ideal choice and not just by saying but purchasing too.

Lots of designers have a couture collection and it will take us so much just to remind them in a list. Giving a few concrete examples along with the chance to explore the beauty world we stop at:

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Couture wedding gowns

Winnie couture wedding gowns

The collection is a gathering of seductive styles. In lines to accentuate the silhouette you may want to opt for a mermaid cut, sweetheart neckline, tiered tulle skirt. With small details beaded lines it is more than a sexy look and an elegant. Floral design is one of the concepts we meet too, romantic style ruffled or satin flowers on the skirt. Corsets are enhanced with a pleated style, beaded or embroidery, all glamorous.

And when it comes about simplicity glossy satin or chiffon takes the place, A line or simple straight gowns with open cut view on top at the neck and shoulders.

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Janell Berté couture wedding gowns

It’s a feminine accent all the time, a proof that even in simplicity the bride is a sensual presence. The best example so is about the A line satin gowns, strapless and with the bust line pleated. Nothing else but a wide colored sash stands at the high waist and acts as an enhancement.

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Couture wedding gowns

And we can continue this until the end of collection. The same common cut is now the gorgeous elegant view through all lace embroidered view first, waist accent in pleated colored sash and the v neckline that at the back continues with a deep cut letting the back uncovered.


The more you see, the more you want. Have you ever envisioned your bridal gown being about the tightest possible cut? An alternative to the classic mermaid looking like a gown that warps you is as well an appealing view in this collection.

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