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Weddings 5 Wedding Gowns Fit For A Fairytale

5 Wedding Gowns Fit For A Fairytale

5 Wedding Gowns Fit For A Fairytale
By Melissa Twigg
February 28, 2017
Carolina Herrera's 2017 collection is princess perfect

When Carolina Herrera presented her debut collection in 1981, she finished with a wedding dress. Thirty-five years on, the Venezuelan-American designer is committed to creating some of the most beautiful bridal wear out there.

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The spring-summer 2017 collection is notable for a number of stand-out pieces, particularly the 35th-anniversary tribute dress, which is part Marie Antoinette ball gown, part slick New York style with its nipped-in waist, cascading skirt and modern neckline.


 

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The bandeau bust and fitted bodice on this block-stripe gown flow into a dropped hem princess-skirt. A loose bow pulled to the back reveals an additional delicate lace panel which contrasts with the minimal front.  


  

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Fairytales don't always mean glitter and sparkles. This pleated cotton gown combines traditional shapes with more casual materials to create a fresh and modern dress. The collar provides a regal touch on an otherwise simple and sleek dress. 


 

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Create a striking silhouette with this ivory stretched-silk gown. The fitted hips and bodice contrast beautifully with the mermaid skirt.


 

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The dramatic, sculpted bow on this silk faille dress is an eye-catching detail for a bride who loves the limelight.


 

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This floral-embroidered off-white gown has a soft, sweetheart neckline and princess skirt for a whimsical, feminine feel.


Available at Trinity Bridal, trinitybridal.com.hk.

See also: 5 Minimalist Gowns For The Modern Bride

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