Although this dress is something that no bride will ever wear, and although some may say it is the weirdest gown they have ever set their eyes on, there is something about this design that we like.
The dress sits perfectly on the model, the light green color spreads calmness and freshness, and even the strange branches falling from her head…well, we can’t get our eyes off them!
Ten Dresses Put into One
This dress is a perfect example of what happens when you take several dresses, detach one element from each one, bring them together, and create a collage. Voilà. There you have it. The 2013 summer collection is ready to be worn by some bizarre brides.
This dress is perfect for the lazy. No need to hold the bouquet, no need to push the veil from your face as it is not even attached to the head. Overall, this is a very modern creation.
For the Trés Chic Bride
As your eyes start from her feet all the way up to the boat neckline and cap sleeve, you notice something’s a little off. Actually, maybe a lot. Something here looks like it’s from the Star Wars universe or the depths of the Mariana Trench, we’re still debating. It’s as far away from mesh as possible and closer to rings of plastic tubing.
While this look is “runway” and might not be for everybody, surely some chic bride will buy into the designer’s spiel and don it for her wedding day. Avant-garde or not, our visions of bridalwear are being challenged to the absolute limit!
Drop Dead Gorgeous!
Okay, so despite the gloomy weather, gothic handmaiden, and, um... skeleton makeup, this is actually quite a pretty gown! Holding a single red rose, this bride’s look is pretty much poetry. Swathed in ivory silk with a train almost floating behind her, we’re actually really digging this.
Gliding around the streets, this solemn figure is the ghost bride of any goth guy’s dreams! No doubt, her groom will make for a rather dapper man of the undead. Does this, then, mean it’s unholy matrimony?
Pretty Peacock Pride
This model is putting her whole self in — she has really jumped into character and is presenting this remarkable design with grace and sophistication. NOT!!!
Name one bride who would be willing to wear this. No one would be caught dead in this inexcusable creation. Yes, yes, modern art and creativity and all that, but please, Jean-Paul Gaultier, take this peacock back to the zoo.