Brides in search of sultry, ultra-feminine designs are sure to relish Inbal Dror’s Fall 2016 line. The 32-piece collection showcased designs imbued with luxurious fabrics, regal embellishments and curve-hugging silhouettes. Drawing inspiration from New York City, designer Inbal Dror brought her vision to the runway with opulent darker-hued pieces, featuring metallic accents and eye-catching cutouts. The collection also boasted lighter palettes of ivory, champagne, vanilla and blush for a softer, more elegant feel. Light hues paired with gleaming embellishments emphasized the collection’s decadent aesthetic, which included a fully beaded ivory and silver sheath gown with a deep v-neck. The collection’s sultry designs were highlighted by Dror’s inclusion of semi-sheer cup corsets, laser cutouts and high slits. An assortment of European fabrics, including silk tulle, organza and Chantilly lace, balanced the pieces’ daring accents with a decidedly elegant touch. Capturing this look was a strapless sheath blush Chantilly lace gown, complete with a centred high slit and beaded floral detailing. While the collection boasted an array of sensual designs, Dror also brought in elements of menswear influences, which featured prominently on a nude, beaded coatdress and a crepe smoking jacket paired with a metallic organza high-low skirt.
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