The collections at the Spring 2014 bridal market were incredible. We left feeling so inspired and eager to bring in new designs and new collections! From tons of tulle to lots of lace, next season’s bridal is moving in a very romantic direction. We definitely saw a touch of tradition from many designers, but with unexpected and quirky surprises. Stay tuned and keep a close eye out in the next week or so as we will be announcing who the newest designer at Everthine will be!
These off the shoulder gowns were such a nice surprise. Surprisingly sexy for somewhat of a traditional style! These beauties were screaming romance and we loved every second of it.
From left to right: Jenny Packham, Jim Hjelm, Lela Rose, Lela Rose
The bridal keyhole back is definitely not new to bridal. But this season, designers took it to a new level. It was such an unexpected surprise to see these gorgeous details once the models turned around.
From left to right: Jenny Packham, Jim Hjelm, Claire Pettibone, Jenny Packham
Lace backs were HUGE! Not just any old lace though. Beautiful intricate lace that featured bead work, swiss dot, and chantilly. Last season we saw a ton of beaded backs, and this year were moving in a more delicate direction.
From left to right: Nicole Miller, Sarah Seven, Sarah Seven, Claire Pettibone
From left to right: Jim Hjelm, Jim Hjelm Blush, Jenny Packham, Lela Rose
Tulle. Lots and lots of tulle! But dont be scared. It was tulle done right! From beautiful ball gowns to simple silhouettes, tulle was incorporated into many of the gowns we saw and we LOVED it.
From left to right: Blue Willow, Jim Hjelm, Claire Pettibone
From left to right: Haley Paige, Jenny Packham, Carol Hannah, Sarah Seven
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