Wedding dresses with
and refined lines with lean silhouettes and defined structures thanks to textures that favor traditional crêpe and cady for creations that do not give up wrapping the body in a gentle way.
The extra detail is left to personal taste, which allows brides to sign their dresses with details and accessories to choose freely.
And then the new romantic
, in which there is the return of a princely style made of romantic dresses, mostly made of tulle, enriched with floral applications, precious points of light and, above all, lace, treated in numerous variations for a 3d effect, and from macramé, for a plus of elegance.
The trait d'union between the two moods is given by
great attention paid to the sleeves
- always important, often with applications or muffs to be removed after the ceremony -
and to the trains
, very long even on mermaid dresses and on the lighter and more slippery models.
Wedding dresses, the bridal look becomes light, contemporary, fun - Lifestyle
These are the main trends seen during the three days of
Rome Bridal Week
, the fourth edition of the event dedicated to the world of brides, grooms, accessories and ceremonies created by Dutch manager Andrew Lookman (at Fiera di Roma until Monday 27 March).
Spotlights on the collections for the next 2024 season where the two moods stand out, trends that unite the proposals of the over 40 top players in the bridal sector from all latitudes - Italy, Holland, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Germany, Ukraine and Korea of the south- who met at the Rome Bridal Week, among confirmations and prominent names, such as Peter Langner, Nicole Milano and Justin Alexander.
The Roman appointment sees numbers in continuous growth: a + 30% of visitors recorded this year as well.
This data, together with the great variety of boutiques from all over the world, contributes to positioning Rome among the capitals of the international bridal segment.