The Unusual Wedding Dress Detail Modern Brides Keep Asking For
Just when we thought we couldn't fall any more in love with Jessica Andreatta's namesake label J. Andreatta, we laid eyes on her newest collection.
Titled 'The Art of Love' and inspired by Italian film Malena, the Spring 2020 offering fuses old-world charm and contemporary innovation. The result? A collection of gowns that will end the wedding dress hunt for most modern brides.
Think ball gown skirts in soft, floaty tulle embroidered with scenes of an Italian piazza. French Chantilly lace with raw edging. Corset bodices with intricate beading and feathered skirts . . . All in washes of white or nude, pinky tones.
"We're definitely starting to see brides move towards two pieces, tops and skirts in interesting fabrications which still have that feminine feel." shared Jess over email when we asked her what the next wave of brides want. "The focus will be around pieces that can be mixed and matched and essentially worn again following the wedding. The ball gown trend with a full bodied skirt continues to be popular which is paired with a structured corset bodice."
Read on for a first-look at the heavenly collection worn by model Camille Piazza, and photographed by Alli Woods at the NSW Art Gallery.