14 wonderful wedding dresses that will make you dream about the new trends proposed by Pronovias.
A classic style bride, in mikado and brocade jacquard, with long tails and magic overskirts; to the romantic bride, with large-volume dresses made of tulle and lace; and the modern-style bride, with minimalist mermaid-cut dresses that outline the silhouette (where the crepe is the most representative fabric), the firm adds its bohemian side with the new line for boho brides with casual dresses with fabric overlays light as gauze, guipure, plumeti or lace, with delicate ruffles and flirty details of vintage inspiration. Four very different styles with which Pronovias seeks to adapt to the tastes of all the brides of the world, but without renouncing their own stamp.
Pronovias shows off her bohemian side with a series of casual, flirtatious and vintage inspired wedding dresses.
The creative director of the firm, Hervé Moreau, has been commissioned to create the new proposals of Atelier Pronovias and Pronovias Avance 2019 in which we highlight trends such as the sleeves of medieval reminiscence or removable sleeves-veils, which open and fall smoothly until touch the ground; the necklines off-the-shoulder or of shoulders to the air richly adorned with applications of light pens, delicate fringes and flowers in three dimensions (also present in many skirts to provide movement); and the ‘transformable’ wedding dresses, in which pieces such as sleeves, sleeves, overskirts and yoke can be added and removed, thus offering a new dress in the same model.
Other details that stand out of this Advance collection 2019 of Pronovias are the richly embroidered tulles, which play with transparencies and still offer us that sensual tattoo effect; or the infinite buttons that elegantly outline the backs and some tails.
For 2019 brides, Pronovias plays with details in light feathers, delicate glam fringes, flowers in three dimensions and infinite buttons.
One of the bridal trends of 2019 will be the medieval style sleeves or removable sleeves-veils, which open and fall to the ground.