I have a wedding dress blogshow today for you courtesy of the Monique Lhuillier Spring 2015 wedding dresses collection. The collection entitled My Eternal Daydream, which by the way I love the name of, is inspired by the works of painter John Singer Sargent. Born in Florence, much of Sargent’s childhood was spent visiting Europe, mainly Italy, France, Switzerland and Germany before entering a Paris studio in 1874.
The collection featured classic ivories coupled with shades of hydrangea and misty blue to create a watercolor palette. The gowns take on a visionary fantasy with delicate detailing. Clouds of tulle, silk satin organza and signature Chantilly lace infused with delicate embroidery and intricate beading create a dreamy, alluring vision.
This collection included the signature effortless A-line and fit and flare silhouettes, encapsulated in a rather more romantic collection than we have seen before.
The collection is below, but be sure to visit Monique Lhuillier for more collection details.