Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Printed Ball Gowns

Giambattista Valli couture
The famous Italian fashion designer Giambattista Valli launched his latest autumn/whiter 2012 collection on the Paris fashion week. The creative designs of the collection were acclaimed as the peak of perfection. One of the most outstanding features in the collection lies on the bold use of print. Gorgeous floral patterns dazzled everyone’s eyes. Among all the dresses, two kind of printed ball gowns attracted my attention.
The full skirt of ball gown is originally attractive. If added with eye-popping printed flowers, ball gown dress must get more eye-catching appeal. Giambattista Valli’s latest printed ball gowns set good examples.

Douglas Hannant Spring 2013 Bridal Collection
Besides, another famous fashion designer Douglas Hannant also took use of the color and print to a whole new level in his spring 2013 bridal collection. This printed ball gown wedding dress has no complex and luxuriant design in the front. Its most outstanding feature lies on the multi-colored print of flowers. Gorgeous floral patterns make it stand out from the ordinary.

ball gowns with floral accents
Some people think that besides of floral patterns, some other floral accents can also make a ball gown special and eye-catching. This is true. Floral accents like handmade flowers, rosettes, or luxuriant appliqu├ęs can also achieve an eye-catching effect. However, all of them have their own advantages and disadvantages. For example, compared with handmade flowers and rosettes, printed flowers may lack of third dimension. But, Printed flowers won’t be limited on colors. You may draw various colors on printed flowers, while it is not so natural to draw multi colors on 3D floral accents.

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