Designer Sareh Nouri is fast making a name for herself for timeless, classic inspired wedding gowns that have a touch of sparkling, modernity. Her latest Spring 2016 collection. which debuted last month at Bridal Fashion Week in New York was full of classically beautiful shapes – but with a difference.
A stunning navy ballgown (named “Mona Lisa”) steals the show – its deep navy tones and chic dark lace sleeves a stunning combination. But for a bride that is after tradition, Sareh Nouri’s elegant lines with illusion sleeves, low backs, cathedral trains are simply beautiful.
Combining classic shapes with beautiful fabrics – silk from Italy, lace from France, embellishments that sparkle and catch the light the designer has produced yet another collection that is beautiful and combined with dramatic veils and hairpieces, unforgettable.
“Dorothy” the first gown we are featuring today, is a strapless trumpet style gown made of silk orgnaza and re-embroidered lace. Netting, lace and Swarovski crystal create a beautiful sparkle and texture on this classic silhouette.
I adore the scallop like metallic detailing on “Annette”, a gown that shimmers and sparkles beautifully. “Vivien” with her gorgeous ball skirt and almost crochet like knitted bodice with plenty of sparkle and of course “Greta”, a silk fishtail gown with a dramatic feature bow.