The Knot Spring Issue is on stands now and Fashion & Beauty Editor, Jennie Ma, is giving us her top picks “Straight From The Runway“. I am very happy to announce many of our COUTURE alumni have been chosen! Will we be seeing these trends in April or do you have guys more tricks up your sleeve? Comment below and give us a sneak peak on what’s hot and what’s not! For more runway reports check out pg 67 in the current issue! See you all in a few months!
RIGHT: Victoria Nicole
Florals are a spring staple due to their seasonal allure and feminine appeal. This spring, designers took a more realistic approach by making the flowers come to life 3-dimensionally! This unexpected texture provides a truly stimulating experience for both the bride and her guests.
LEFT: Victor Harper
RIGHT: Eve of Milady
This particular trend is extremely flattering for the female figure. It flattens the mid-section while enhancing the hips and chest. Corsets also provide a romantic and sensual allure reminiscent of the glamorous yet repressed Victorian era.
LEFT: Jesus Peiro
CENTER: Augusta Jones
RIGHT: Maggie Sottero
Lace is an essential bridal element due to its romantic appeal; however it is up to the designers to create fresh ways to evolve it for modern brides. Adding a lace sleeve provides tasteful elegance that appears conservative while still remaining sexy.
LEFT: Jorge Manuel
Bridal silhouettes are often timeless but fashionistas crave that extra edge. This trend adds that level of fashion she lusts for without being too extreme. It is also great for those brides who want to mask their troublesome mid-section!