Industry Consultant Dale Buziecki states, "House of Brides watches red carpet events and celebrity fashion to be on que with what our customers want."
Glen Ellyn, Illinois (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
The bridal industry often looks to the red carpets and celebrity fashion for inspiration in creating new, dynamic fashions. The recent 2011 Emmy’s red carpet is an example of such a source. House of Brides’ 6 salons are showcasing many wedding dresses with these popular trends. Industry Consultant Dale Buziecki states, "House of Brides watches red carpet events and celebrity fashion to be on que with what our customers want."
Designer Mon Cheri exemplifies Lace in its style Dakota. The Tulle and Lace gown has a curved neckline and ruched bodice with hand-beaded Swarovski crystal Lace appliqués and flower detail. More recent Lace styles have taken a more modern interpretation with Lace appliqués and accents coupled with more structured fabrics like Taffeta, Tulle and Silk Satins.
Designer Mon Cheri Bridals highlights the ruching trend in style Leighton. The wedding gown has a ruched midriff that is lightly draped through the dropped waistline. Ruching has dominated red carpets over the past few fashion seasons. The 2011 take is asymmetrical ruching, which amplifies ruching’s figure-flattering character.
Designer Mon Cheri Bridals accentuates metallic embellishments with style Cambria. With hand-beaded jeweled detail and sheen Taffeta, this bridal gown has been in demand at the salons. Metallic embellishments are a more recent trend that has carried over from red carpets to bridal gown collections. Heavy beading, rhinestones and sequins are emphasized in many 2011 bridal gowns.
Designer Sophia Tolli Bridals features a one shoulder wedding dress in style Sukey. This red carpet trend lends from Grecian styling and adds to its sophisticated flare.
The salon’s buyers noted these trends are continuing into Spring 2012 collections and predict their ongoing popularity in next year’s Fall season.
Samples and their availability vary online and at the salons. To view the designer collections, visit houseofbrides.com.
About House of Brides:
House of Brides established its first brick-and-mortar store in 1929 and has since grown to 10 Chicagoland stores and global E-Commerce website, http://www.houseofbrides.com. Millions of Brides and their wedding parties visit our salons and global website for over 30,000 wedding and special event products.