There is PLENTY of fabric with this dress... even the "modest" lace bodice... but then suddenly you look closer, and its a corset top... do you want to go modest or not?? make up your mind Ms. Lhuillier! Why show the boning?? I just don't get it...
Again... modest sleeve... but a fit and flare silhouette and the boning corset bodice... which, not for nothing, totally minimizes the bust and therefore looks ill-fitted! Just put some silk or chiffon over that boning and make it a complete dress.
These two are from her bridal line... there are MANY other scary gowns, like this one
I mean really, who would even wear that??
But then I came across her Bliss line... and here I was able to find gowns with a completed bodice, and beautiful silhouettes...
I love this... the straps are gorgeous, the skirt is pristine, the bodice is elegant... and its just nice!!!
This one, although a strapless, is beautiful!! The skirt is amazing, the embellishments classic... its a pretty gown.
So all in all, this makes me even more confused... I've seen she can make pretty gowns, but what is her obsession with the corset bodice... I would 85% of her gowns have the corset bodice... and for some reason brides think its a good look... maybe if you are getting married in a club... but to me, maybe I am more traditional than I thought, but to me... its not a good look!!
Like it or not, that is my opinion... if you know anything about bridal gowns, you could probably guess that I am not a fan of Pnina Tornai either... but we can tackle that another day!!!
I just see these gowns, and I'm confused and felt the need to share... I hope no takes offense... if its a look you like, then go you... but I would prefer to hide that boning from guests!!! If I wanted them to see me in my lingerie, I wouldn't spend the money on a gown!!!
Happily Ever After (in a more traditional gown)
Your Bizzy Bride!