Inspired for more- wedding dresses that bring the best of you in the spotlights
Wanting to dazzle everyone when walking down the aisle? Wanting a comfortable dress but at the same time one that indices and concretely brings a higher note of elegance and refinement? Your answer can’t be another one but Carol Hannah wedding dresses collection.
It doesn’t need any presentation and the beauty and charm of each and every dress of this collection speaks by itself. And in the name of the power of example here are a few proposals:
- The vintage look silk crepe dress. With boat neckline and keyhole back and it’s already enough to imagine the beauty of this. It’s sleeveless and with dropped waist, embroidery for the top part and with floor length folded skirt.
- The Downtown style is actually a surprising look. When it comes about the cut it is defined by the floor length, sleeveless and round neckline and when it comes about the design it is the colored touch first of all, a combination of soft blue and grey, soft pink satin sash at the waist and ruffled tulle that hangs on one side.
- Grand Palaise is the ball gown style. With strapless corset and sweetheart neckline it is the ruffled tulle asymmetric that creates a design. Empire waist and a colored line sash to mark this the skirt is floor length A line and bouffant. Draped layers of fabric and its champagne touch make it all of a magnificent look.
- Chambord is romantic look and princess style. With round neckline, straps, the whole attraction is the bouffant and richness of tulle with a big ruffled flower at the waist part too.
And when you look after simplicity the knee length dress la Cite can be your style, the tight and just floral design for its middle part, boat neckline and keyhole back.