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Junko Yoshioka Spring 2014 Wedding Dresses

  |   By Jen O'Brien

With sweet names like marzipan, madeleine, suzette and souffle, it's obvious that Junko Yoshioka's Spring 2014 collection was inspired by the flavours of France. Utilizing fabrics with texture and dimension like Bellagio silk, beaded and gilded French lace and shimmery taffeta, Junko has created a feminine collection of layered, yet light, wedding gowns. Within the collection Yoshioka plays with silver lace trimming and exaggerated key-hole back details. One-shoulder necklines accompany a sweetheart neckline and a deep front and back v-neck is coupled together with scalloped details. While incorporating unexpected elements this season, Junko remained loyal to her classic aesthetic. Draped bodices and bustled skirts on fit-to-flare silhouettes along with traditional delicately embellished mermaid style gowns held their own next to the flutter sleeves, crystal encrusted belts and illusion panels. The Junko Yoshioka Spring 2014 collection is truly the perfect marriage of classic tradition and modern style.

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Photography courtesy of Junko Yoshioka

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