Beautiful wedding gowns to share today from designer: Zuhair Murad, enjoy.
“His signature couture details told stories of Iberian culture: The elaborate beading and embroidery was based on the ornate embellishments of a bullfighter’s suit, and the needlework on a few dresses revealed outlines of tiny fans. Dramatic capes, a signature of Murad’s, seemed inspired by a torero’s uniform, while cathedral-length mantillas and headbands festooned with oversize flowers might just set a trend for bridal veils and headpieces.”
“For the bride who wants a statement-making gown without a lot of embroidery, there was a long-sleeved dress that combined pieced lace, Swiss-dotted tulle, and a pleated ruffle trim. Another playful look was Murad’s V-neck tiered A-line gown scattered with minuscule sequined flowers topped with a feather-trimmed cape. A hand-painted ballgown with abstract floral brushstrokes—a newer technique for Murad and the bridal market in general—exuded sophistication with a sense of whimsy.”
“Two-in-one looks, like an embroidered column dress with a detachable overskirt, felt not only in line with what Murad’s brides want, but were also a wink to the Spanish tradition of partying into the early hours of the morning. Remove the big skirt and you could dance ’til dawn.”