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Monique Lhuillier: Setting the 2010 Runway on Fire

Monique Lhuillier is the bride’s best friend because she captures femininity, romance and style into all of her wedding dress designs. Looking at the designs that graced the runway for the 2010 show, it is good to see that Monique is not changing her style:

 

 

The skirt is fabulous—the soft roses and gentle “pleats”  are gorgeous and make statement without completely taking over.

 
 

Far less risky than the design above, this gown is equally beautiful.  The gentle lace, fine beading and ribboned waist are perfect for those with delicate frames.

 
 

The soft chiffon skirt of this wedding gown complements the beaded lace bodice of this gown beautifully.

 
 

The dual skirt of the wedding dress gives it modern impact—and I love the intricacies of the lace top.

 

Can’t get enough of the Monique Lhuillier 2010 Runway Show?  See more at Brides.com

 

Photos by Dan Lecca

Ines Di Santo: Rocking the 2010 Runway

I’ve always been a huge fan of Ines di Santo—I love the lines and how the designs are bridal, without being overdone.  It is sexy bridal fashion made for real women that not only enhances woman’s curves, but also her inner confidence.  Here are some of my favorites from the 2010 Runway show:

 

 

Love the opulent detail and cut of the bodice. 

 
 

This is definitely one of my favorites:  the colors, shirred fabrics and hem are divine!

 
 

I love how this design kicks it up a notch—adding the slimming shirred design with feathers and crystals.

 
 

This simpler empire cut with the ornamented pleats adds sophistication and understated elegance

 
 

Love the drop waist and full skirt on this gown!  The sheen of the fabric complements the extraordinary beading and cut of the bodice.

 
 

Once again, the designers take a simple design  (here, a mermaid gown) and make it exquisite with the addition of ivory lace  and pleats at the top of the bodice and bottom of the hem.

 

See more of Ines di Santo 2010 Bridal Gowns on the runway courtesy of Brides.com.

Photos by Dan Lecca