Here is the first peek at the designer’s newest collection, shown at the National Bridal Market Chicago
In viewing the presentation early on the opening day of the National Bridal Market, I was treated to a classic and feminine collection that had a few little surprises as well. While most of David’s newest collection included very traditional silhouettes and shades of white lace, he also introduced a wonderful light sea foam green he calls “Mist”, as well as a gray-blue hue called “Ice”. This was a welcome diversion from the white and ivory-heavy collections shown at the Bridal Market.
One example is Lillian, a sequin and tulle 2-piece dress (with overskirt) in the bluish “Mist”, with a white overskirt that adds a floaty and dreamy look.
Also in “Mist” is Grace, an all-satin ballgown creation fit for a princess. The blue-hued satin really pops, and the side cut-outs add some sexiness.
Another “Mist” dress is Lottie, an embroidered lace over blue satin slim-fitting gown that is chic but still traditional.
Thankfully, David didn’t stop here with the subtle pops of colors. Rena is another sequin and tulle frock in a blue-grey tone called “Ice”.
Hallie is an organza gown that sports the color entitled “Rum Pink” with lace over a blushy satin, and some intricate back details.
David went blushy again with a “Tea Rose” shade, like this dress called Nellie.
And this beautiful chiffon, tulle, and Venise lace dress called Margaret.
This season, bridal fashion is all about the back, and Florence, is a flirty-yet-rich style with this jeweled detachable back.
Rounding out the collection is Elnora, David Tutera’s grand finale dress in Ivory and blush, Chantilly and Venise lace.
Click on a photo in the gallery below to view the entire collection.
Do you think David designed a winning collection? Let me know in the comments.Follow