Winnie Couture Fall 2013

The Winnie Couture Fall 2013 collection consisted of several glamourous mermaid gowns with jewel encrusted bodices. Eschewing traditional bridal trends dominating the runways this season, Winnie Couture Fall 2013 favoured the Hollywood starlet over the princess bride, unveiling a fitting selection for the red carpet. Lace was scarce, sleeves were nonexistent; in their place, intricate beading and lavishly pleated silk featured prominently in the Winnie Couture Fall 2013 collection. Designed for modern brides, Winnie Couture will likely appeal to girls wishing to channel their inner glamour puss on the big day, though anyone who balks at classic ball gowns should be satisfied with this season’s sizeable offering, amounting to 20 dresses in total. Some interesting gowns in the Winnie Couture Fall 2013 collection included “Kazane”, a ruched silk mermaid gown with a dazzling crystal trim and “Jeanette”, a tulle ball gown (one of the few in the collection) with a sharply pleated bodice, an interesting contrast to the otherwise ethereal design. Further contradicting the unabashedly modern glamour of the Winnie Couture Fall 2013 collection were the models’ whimsical boho-chic braids. As the latest collection of Beverly Hills-based designer Winnie Chlomin Lee, the Fall 2013 offering proved just as dramatic as seasons past.

Photography courtesy of Winnie Couture.

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