Ines Di Santo brought the enchanting beauty of lush gardens to the runway with her latest bridal collection, inspired by the lavender fields in Provence and the vibrant, pastoral greenery of the English countryside. The collection showcased Di Santo’s mystical botanical theme through an assortment of striking gowns, featuring floral lace appliques and opalescent paillettes layered over fabrics of ivory, blush and champagne. The floral motif also appeared in equal splendor through the collection’s accessories with models donning oversized, whimsical headpieces. Form-fitting gowns evoked the intricate beauty of botanical mazes and rows of tulips — emphasizing the collection’s impeccable architectural patterns and structured designs — while crystal embellishments and Ostrich feathers imbued an aura of romance and whimsy. Featured looks included an array of flirty sweetheart neckline frocks and a silk and lace organza, curve-hugging gown with a lace bolero, ideal for the bride with a penchant for modern elegance.
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