Previously I explained that every year I usually select some girlfriend / s as my favorite / s, and to be no exception, this year I decided to highlight Eliana.
Macarena. It was one of my first girlfriends this year and is an excellent example that tradition can also be modern.
There was an era - more or less between the wedding of Victoria of England in the mid-XNUMXth century and the beginning of the XNUMXst century, just before the last economic crisis - when the brides sought to be more and
In the last post about Sheila, I explained what I consider the new contemporary brides to be: elegant and comfortable; attractive and natural;
If I asked each one of you what your dream wedding would be like, surely many would agree that it would be an illusion to marry you on the beach of a Mediterranean island
The most challenging thing when designing wedding dresses is to generate a connection that allows both the client and I to connect so that many words are not needed to understand each other.
I always tell my girlfriends that the more dresses they try on the more doubts they will have what they want. That is what happens in most cases.
Not all brides opt for this option and prefer the asphalt of a large city to be the setting for one of the most special days of their life.
Whenever I meet one of my LP brides, it's like entering a new world: each one has a vision of what she wants for her wedding.
Coco Chanel already said it: less is more and he demonstrated it by fighting the superfluous fashion of his time.
In the past, when there was no pret-a-porter and the designers were only available to a few lucky ones, the brides didn't have as many options as now.
Wedding dresses should be a reflection of the personality of the wearer. It shows when a bride defends her dress: she gains in security, beauty and elegance.