The 1930s was the golden age for women’s fashion as we saw Hollywood starlets in glamorous gowns on screen and walking down the red carpet.
It was also a time where women’s fashion was shifting to focus more on the natural waistline as a way to move away from the shapeless look of the 1920s. The women were now excited to accentuate their waist and wear flattering silhouettes. And for brides looking to recreate a 1930s glamour on their wedding day, the Lillian West 2016 collection is the ultimate match.
The plunging neckline and revealing back on Style 6374 takes elements from Hollywood glamour. This gown is sure to leave your fiancé speechless as he sees you walking down the aisle in this charmeuse fit and flare wedding dress.
Style 6375 from the new Lillian West collection offers two looks with one dress. The first is an ethereal bridal look with a tulle and horsehair flowly skirt. The second look is created by removing the overlay tulle skirt and revealing the full lace fit and flare silhouette. This small modification creates two completely different looks brides can switch to for their ceremony and reception.
The straight silhouette on Style 6376 is very reminiscent on the 1930s popular fashion silhouette. The chic shape makes the eyes emphasize on the ruching on the bodice and really shows off the intricate beading on the illusion back. You will be a memorable bride in this figure-flattering wedding dress.
For a throwback to this classic fashion period Style 6378 is the perfect option. From the refined silhouette and neckline to the stunning lace, this gown screams 1930s! The Venice lace is delicately placed over the shoulders, cuffs, and back to create an ultra feminine wedding day look.
The 1930s was a return to a more fashionable and ladylike appearance in which Style 6383 embodies this perfectly with its soft lace illusion neckline and ethereal lace chapel length train. The subtle embroidered lace offers just enough pop without overwhelming the effortless wedding dress.
To view more of the dreamy, romantic and ultra feminine wedding dresses, head to the Lillian West gallery.