There are several famous wedding gown designers who are talented in their jobs. Two of them are Monique Lhuillier and Romona Keveza. Both designers are smart and creative to create incredible wedding dresses which attract so many brides-to-be in the world. Several samples of wedding dresses that are made by both designers are displayed as favorite 2012 wedding dresses. From those products, conclusively, we can see that Lhuillier prefer to show the simplicity of elegance than Keveza with her graceful gown idea.
Let’s start the description of 2012 wedding dresses by Romona Keveza and then followed by Monique Lhuillier’s. Romona Keveza looks quite creative by applying minimalist concept in her adorable fairytale gown for bridal. This dress is very graceful in ball gown cut as like Cinderella’s gown. To contrast the flared skirt in the bottom, the top dress is intentionally designed quite tightly. It is functional to emphasize the shape of bride’s waist without too much effort. To fit this tight concept, Romona involves wide V neckline with off-shoulder straps style. It looks really similar with the Cinderella’s gown design though it is without too much embellishment. On the other way, this flared dress looks elegant with simple classic embroidering on the whole skirt part. Artistic texture shows such shadow effect when this dress is located under the light. The floor-length of dress adds more glorious with long chapel train in the back part of the dress. To complete the gorgeous concept of Romona Keveza wedding dress, long transparent veil with diamond tiara is recommended as finishing touch.
Monique Lhuillier applies quite different concept on her wedding gown from Romona Keveza. Monique’s 2012 wedding dresses are certainly popular with modest and simple concept of design. And it is proved by the application of ball gown dress with strapless cut. Sweetheart neckline looks pretty popular to create such sexy accent on the bride appearance. Additionally, this ball gown looks very smooth with soft net material to cover the entire part of dress skirt. Sparkling beads are embellished well from waist to hip areas of the dress. And the last touch requires white cloth tied in the middle of waist as a belt.