The Sleeve Renaissance
By definition Nóbl does not usually follow trends, but this year we could not help but embrace Bride’s 6th spot, of their top 10 wedding dress trend. We’re call it the Sleeve Renaissance! No matter the silhouette, whether the dress is traditional or modern, sexy or modest – sleeves are in and they are everything to us!
Here are the top 5 wedding dresses with sleeves we’ve chosen to feature in our editorials that we had to share with you!
No. 5 – Cody by Sarah Seven
We start off with a wedding dress with a short capped sleeve. Made of a stunning fabric that boasts texture and majesty, Cody gives us 19th Century aristocracy with 21st Century confidence!
No. 4 – Rosa by Catherine Deaner
Our next dress is a nod to a glamour only found during the 1920s. She’s giving us Gatsby – and that backless bravery we have to admire in a wedding dress!
No. 3 – We call her “Daae” by Milla Nova
This lace ball gown is a show stopper. Romantic lace detailing in the bodice paired with trailing sleeves gives us a modern take on a operatic heights.
No. 2 – Elena by Sarah Seven
Form fitting silhouette at its very best, this off the shoulder silk crepe gown with puffy sleeves makes us think of a time of old world star crossed lovers on a modern stage! A wedding gown for the bride who is interested in understated appeal.
No. 1 – Florence by Neta Dover
Last but certainy not least is our absolute favourite gown of the season! Allusion lace upon allusion lace, plunging neckline and back, is giving us shakespearian levels of romance we can barely stand!
This gown was styled for our latest international publication that can be found in Magnolia Rouge! Take a peak!
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