The spring 2015 bridal runways turned back to the traditional romantic bride with clean and classic silhouettes that weren’t shy of rich detailing.
The queen of bridal returned to her roots of classic simplicity with silhouettes like mermaid and column styles that were crafted from delicate tulle and lace. Wang told WWD that she was inspired by the “lightness of being, delicate and discipline, sensual and seductive.”
Oscar de la Renta went elegant and timeless for his spring 2015 bridal collection that could appeal to both the bride in the city or on the beach.
Carolina Herrera showcased the traditional romantic bride swathed in embellished lace and rich embroidery down her spring 2015 runway.
Designer Amsale Aberra connected her spring 2015 collection with a complementary color palette of ivory, blush pink and earthy slate tones.
Titled “My Ethereal Daydream,” Monique Lhuillier’s spring 2015 collection drew inspiration from famed American portrait painter John Singer Sargent. Lhuillier worked classic silhouettes with architectural designs that were decorated with touches of tulle, Chantilly lace and delicate beading and embroidery.
Marie Antoinette and the 18th century inspired Lela Rose for her spring 2015 line. Rose applied complex embroidery, brocade and intricate crystal beading to sleek silhouettes to lend a contemporary vibe for the modern bride.