Wedding Dresses 2017: Carlo Pignatelli’s New Collection

carlo-pignatelliAuthor:  Emanuela L.
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Carlo Pignatelli has recently presented his new collection of wedding dresses for the season 2017. Many innovations have emerged from the creations of the Italian designer who has been inspired this time by a woman seen as an icon of Romanticism, focusing on the romantic side, but who is also chic. Furthermore he proposed precious fabrics and showed a great attention for details.

During the international event devoted to wedding and formal dresses concluded last May under the banner of Sì Sposaitalia, Pignatelli presented some of his new models for 2017 among which there are the bridal dresses with petals applied all over the dress or represented on tulle.

For these creations, the famous designer wanted to employ above all two types of fabric: lace and silk.

Elegance, but also simplicity, would be the keywords for the new season. But the new bridal dresses by Pignatelli are conceived for every woman: from the most “informal” style – almost casual – to the cloud-like effect characterized by the use of tulle, passing through champagne bridal dresses marked by glamour and refinement. The starting point of the new collection is represented by the richly decorated top even on the back.

The creations of the new collection are designed for women who want to experience a fabulous wedding by wearing a royal dress. Here we can find the classic bridal dress with tops characterized by deep necklines and very wide tulle skirts. For brides who want to be remembered, Pignatelli realized dresses with embroidered back decorated with lace and strass for an unforgettable chic effect.

As for nuances, he chose three shades for the season 2017: dark gold, powder pink and blue, the latter destined especially to bustiers.

A romantic and bohemian style but also feminine and sensual could be identified in the new creations of bridal dresses by Carlo Pignatelli who gave priority to the elegance and the importance of the materials employed.