Karen Willis Holmes 2012 Collection

by | Bride, Fashion


Brooke is a V-neck draped tulle gown featuring a bias and half circle skirt and paired with diamante shoulder detail and the Karen Willis Holmes art deco belt.

The lovely Karen Willis Holmes sent over her stunning 2012 look book last week and the beautiful collection is another finely tuned note to add to her repertoire.

Karen has continued her collection of couture and ready to wear gowns with the same beautiful, classic elegance she is known for using tulle, organza, crepe satins and silk georgette fabrics and plenty of beautifully embellished crystal belts and shoulder details.. Karen has also released two statement gowns which were collaborations with Anna and Luke of the Romance Was Born label.

Lyndel is a fishtail fitted corset gown with draped and pleated bodice and a circle skirt. Added to this is the Diamante Belt, highlighting the waist.

Vanessa is a V neck ruched gown with raw edged bias strips detailing and ruffle sleeves. The front bodice detail can be draped to the back of the gown creating an entirely different look. Crystal adornments can also be added.

Katherine is an organza strapless fishtail gown with side draped bodice and pearl buckle detail.

Sasha is a V neck design with paneled bias skirts and cap sleeves. A blue velvet sash makes her a little whimsical and sweet.

The strapless lace gown that is Hailey features a half circle organza skirt and a satin belt.

Jacqueline, inspired by days gone by, is a vintage style gown with full skirt and pleated bodice. It features a diamante waist feature

Daphne is the couture showstopper.   The gown features a fishtail skirt and lace jacket over a heavy twill corset bodice and stitched lace applique beading.

Faith in vintage pink ball gown with appliqued lace and a plethora of ivory and pink tulle.

Angelina is a tulle fishtail gown featuring embellished shoulder trim detailing.

Images by Karen Willis Holmes



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