From simple designs, to daring details, we’ve seen it all across the Spring 2017 bridal collections, and Anne Barge is no different, with simple, yet stunning designs.
In her latest collection, Anne Barge features many trumpet, mermaid and column bridal dresses, accentuating the bride’s figure and adding subtle wow factors in her designs.
This delicate, silk gown is utterly breath-taking. The graceful material gives texture and movement with very little effort, while the illusion neckline and sparkly detail give it an extra layer of beauty.
For brides looking for a fitted trumpet gown, this satin dress is to die for. The narrow silhouette down to the calves emphasise the kicked out skirt at the bottom, and the delicate floral straps give a subtle accent of femininity.
One of our favourite narrow gowns from the latest offering from Anne Barge has to be this elegant, Grecian-style gown with simple, yet beautiful details. A straight, soft silhouette turns into a criss-cross of unusual straps and sparkling detail, reminding us of Greek Goddesses adorning decadent gowns. This dress is simply stunning.
For brides looking for more of a ball gown or an A-line shape, Anne Barge has provided us with deep, plunging V-necks and rich, cream shades in her A-line gowns. This off-white dress has a twist of sparkle detailing creates texture, even with very little movement.
If you're looking for a plunging neckline with straps, this gown is to die for. The layered skirt gives it a huge sense of whimsy, while the delicate lace bodice adds romance and femininity to the gown.
For more sparkle and less of a plunging neckline, this collection also boasts this stunning ball gown with a high-low hemline showing off beautiful bridal shoes.
Similarly, if it’s a traditional silhouette with something different you’re after, this shimmering satin gown might be your dream dress. With intricate details across the bodice and a cinched waist, this glorious gown brings the wow factor back to the bodice and lets the grand, ball gown skirt speak for itself.
- Jenny Darmody