We love Modern Trousseau wedding dresses as they are always so effortlessly chic and classy. In fact, we’ve never came across a Modern Trousseau collection which we didn’t love. The Spring 2015 collection is the best one yet from designer Callie Tein:
“My Spring 2015 Bridal Collection represents the very best of the Modern Trousseau brand, and is inspired by vintage textures and fabrics in fresh, flattering silhouettes. Our old-world guipure laces are paired with luxuriously soft Italian organzas and chiffon voiles for a collection that’s couture at its best.”
One of our favorite looks is Bryton, above. This fit and flare gown, inspired by the Golden Age of Hollywood, features a bateau neckline in Chantilly lace. Another fav is Fawn, below. This gown pairs an exquisite guipure lace bodice (shown here in blush, also available in ivory) with an ethereal skirt with silk voile panels. Gorgeous!
Faith featuring sheer illusion neckline in French tulle delicately hand-embroidered with Italian lace . The tulle skirt is also embroidered from the natural waist to the hip, and extends to the floor
in a soft, flowing silhouette.
Edie strapless ball gown with pockets in stunning Italian lace.
Mila, featuring Alencon lace cap sleeve bodice and romantic skirt created in layers of French tulle with beaded trim at the natural waist.
Logan embroidered organza strapless gown.
Brynn gown with illusion straps, ivory guipure lace reminiscent of Florentine scrollwork.
Harmony strapless gown in French point-d’esprit, and embroidered with lace details that cascade from the draped bodice to the full, flowing skirt.
Scout. Inspired by 1950s femme fatales, this strapless gown is composed of luxurious guipure lace over rich, duchess silk satin for a sexy, fit-and-flare look.
Tess glamorous Italian lace gown with a deep V-neckline, and draped, silk charmeuse detail that criss-crosses in the back and extends to long, flowing tails.