15 FULL SKIRTS & WEDDING DRESSES WITH POCKETS FROM BBFW21
This years Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week (BBFW21) was yet another show-stopping few days of elegant, couture but wearable wedding dresses from designers based all over the world. Photographer Ines Zrinski was on hand to capture all the best looks and below is a curation of the best full skirted wedding dresses (plus some with pockets!) that we saw...
The collections of wedding dresses by Amelia Casablanca still arise from the perfect match between seduction and femininity. Tradition, innovation and Mediterranean moods characterize all the new creations.
This fashion company has been carrying out its mission by combining the great Italian tailoring tradition with the creative flair of designer Antonio Riva, resulting in the creation of true high-class tailoring masterpieces.
This power house of wedding dresses always know how to create show-stopping gowns for classic brides. We're kind of in love with this detachable skirt (the perfect solution for a bride looking for a fuller skirt in the day and a sleek look in the evening) and their silhouettes are second to none for all body types... Awesome job Pronovias!
HOUSE of ST PATRICK
These vintage and Boho-chic wedding gowns are inspired by strong and feminine brides. Designed to empower and create confidence, there's no denying the allure of these gorgeous dresses.
MARCO Y MARIA
By playing with the long sleeved popularity with elegant embellishment and tangible texture, Marco y Maria are the King and Queen of luxury Spanish bridalwear.
The ultra elegant silhouettes of Nicole Milano’s wedding dresses are innovative yet timeless with Italian style featuring romantic details for the more modern bride.
Silhouettes for all types of women, volume in sleeves worked from gathers and ruffles and flowing skirts and even little capped sleeves like this beautiful dress below. Noble fabrics such as silk crepe, mikado, plumeti tulle and organza with handmade embroidery that contribute to the harmony of this romantic and groundbreaking collection.
Photography: Ines Zrinski