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NYBFW Recap: Hermione De Paula Spring 2019 Collection

As I’m sure you’ve seen on our social media, this past weekend, we’ve experienced major New York Bridal Fashion Week FOMO (fear of missing out). Although we always attend NYBFW during the Fall, we can’t help but want to be part of the festivities in April for the Spring collections. They’re all absolutely gorgeous.

Today we’re recapping the Hermione De Paula Spring 2019 bridal and evening wear collection, ‘Abeona’s Garden’. We promise, you’ll love it as much as we do.

The ‘Abeona’s Garden’ collection is inspired by the Roman goddess, Abeona. She is the protector of travelers starting out on new journeys, children as they take their first steps and everyone who embraces the opportunity to explore the unknown. Take a look at some of these to-die-for gowns and see how the floral prints intertwine with exquisite embroidery. These gowns scream Spring. Make sure to let us know in the comments which one is your favorite.

 

 

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Last week, we attended New York Bridal Fashion Week. As bridal stylist, we’re the liaison between brides and their gowns. So it’s important to us that we stay up to date on the bridal trends.  In return, we keep our readers and brides up to date as well. That being said and for the next week, we’ll be sharing with you a recap and our top three gowns from each show we attended. First up, Maria Farbinni!

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       Recently we took to our Instagram Stories (@btseventmanagement)  to ask our followers about which type of bridesmaid dresses they preferred . . . prints or solids? Many people responded and told us they have been seeing a lot of patterns lately, but overall most people mentioned that they love a good solid colored dress.

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As you may know, many bridal fashion trends are often inspired by looks seen on the red carpet.  This evening we were gawking over the beautiful gowns seen on many of our favorite celebrities and couldn’t help but notice tons of white.  From two piece sleek suits to trendy cut outs and plunging necklines, we saw it all in white.  We can definitely imagine these looks softened up a bit for bridal fashion and ready for the aisle instead of the red carpet.

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