Couture wedding dresses are intentionally designed only based on an order. It means the dress is made only once for a person who has ordered it. No wonder that couture wedding gown is also known as exclusive dress for bridal. We can order it from many famous wedding dress designers such as Jovani, Alexander McQueen, Jessica Mcclintock, Vera Wang and Alfred Angelo. Unfortunately, you must not be surprised when you spend so much money to pay the couture dress. It is because designing an exclusive dress for wedding is not cheap. It may be spend more than $3000 – $5000 per item. That is incredibly expensive price.
That’s why only certain people who can buy the couture wedding dresses. Well, we don’t have to buy it if we want to know what it look like, right. Don’t worry about it because we are going to describe several samples of couture wedding gowns in this article. Do you still remember the ruffled detail concept of Jessica Mcclintock? It has been discussed in the previous article. This ruffled detail seems popular as a concept of one couture dress below. This ball gown looks very attractive with pale pink color on skirt and white on top. When the bride in this gown is standing, we can see that the dress skirt contains of three skirt levels. This leveled detail involves elastic rubber material to make the skirt level. With very wide and slight ball gown material on the skirt, once the rubber has attached to make skirt level detail, there will be flared accent coming to hide the rubber.
Well, instantly, we can call it as balloon style. Since there are three rubber attached on the skirt, thus there are three balloon accent which appear. Tight ruffle accents decrease the balloon volume on this elegant couture gown. And then it looks quite loose and natural following the gravitation of the dress line. The couture wedding dresses with balloon concept are more suitable with simpler touch on the top. Strapless cut with sweetheart neckline looks minimalist to contrast the glorious detail of the dress skirt.