Ines Di Santo, captivated by dreamy images of women gliding through French gardens, and drawing inspiration from romantic cities like Paris, named this collection "Parisian Gardens." She uses romantic palettes with rose-petal pinks and peaches, and fabrics like tulles and satins. Although voluminous, the dresses still feel light and airy -- we are seeing that trend in this market. The designers, even when creating the grander gowns, still want them to feel light. And for the bride who does not want a ball gown, Ines also has a nice collection of slimmer silhouettes -- some Grecian and soft, others more architectural. Her line also includes some of her signature minis (there's always something a little sexy from Ines).
Bridal Market: Ines Di SantoPosted by Darcy Miller
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