• Victorian era...

    Victorian era still presents a major source of inspiration for top wedding designers and you can see that by the numerous romantic elements creeping into 2016 spring designs. Whether it is fluffy collars, flare sleeves, pearl-stranded sleeves, ball gown skirts, it is all opulent and old-world. Thank goodness it's usually given a fresh sexy take for the modern bride - thigh-high slits, illusion necklines, plunging necklines, whatever works. We picked a sassy number by Zuhair Murad, called Paola, featuring a sensual embroidered neckline, a tight sash and a Victorian-style ball gown skirt. Sexy doesn't miss here - the illusion neckline continues into a florally embellished sheer back.

    Victorian era...

    To give a gentle finish to this beautiful and demanding gown, add the gorgeous Adora Bridal Bracelet (£80.00) exclusive to Bella Brilla. Intricately woven Swarovski pearls and crystals engulf beautiful Swarovski Rhinestone elements to give your wrist just the right amount of sparkle!

    Sometimes one single design element works all the magic! Bateau necklines are stepping up even more strongly into the game next season - you can see them at Oscar de la Renta, Amsale, Lela Rose, Maggie Sottero, to name only a few. It is a classic design, which adds sophistication to any dress and is very suitable for a highly formal wedding affair - chapel, cathedral, any church wedding. Colmar by Anne Barge is a comfortable bateau neckline model, where the floor-length, high neckline and long sleeves are balanced out by a body-fitting silhouette with thigh-centred ruching and a bared back.

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