Don O’Neill has developed a reputation for dreaming up outside-the-box bridal silhouettes (think: shorts and jumpsuits). His Fall 2014 Theia collection was no exception. A bold pant and sweater ensemble with delicate beaded details proved to be a perfect look for an edgier bride, while a jaw-dropping hooded cloak design evoked fairytale elegance and sophistication. Gold, which O’Neill refers to as “the Midas touch”, featured prominently on the Theia runway in satin, brocade and sequinned incarnations. O’Neill also included a number of feminine, goddess-inspired gowns perfectly befitting of a more traditional bride. Clean silhouettes accented with intricate embroidery and elegant lace necklines are sure to become a favourite for refined celebrations.
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