British designers like House of Ollichon, and American brands such as Lillian West have shown us time and time again that modern brides are sometimes looking for something a little out of the box. For decades, the traditional shapes have flourished, and women who feel more comfortable in less extravagant outfits have been left with very few options. However, this is all set to change. As more millennials join the bridal fashion industry, the direction of wedding-wear trends are about to experience a revolution. And one of the fore-runners in this campaign is Laure de Sagazan, a French designer whose latest collection for 2019 is a treasure for bohemian brides.
Of course, we cannot deny the inherent femininity of this range – emphasised in the floral backdrop chosen for the photoshoot! – but it is not the same kind that we see from brands such as Monique Lhuillier and Anna Campbell. Instead, Laure de Sagazan adds a much-needed modern twist for all young women out there. With a gorgeous bridal separate outfit, and even a wedding suit for women, de Sagazan discards the princess cuts and large skirts, instead focusing on designing wearable and breathable bridal looks. If you’re in the market for a more relaxed wedding outfit – but one that is still luxurious to the touch – then scroll on!
Clearly inspired by the adrogynous looks of New York women in the 1920s – the first to discard dresses and lipstick for suits and cigars – Laure de Sagazan’s new collection is the perfect antidote to the return of romanticism that we are seeing for 2019. That is not to say that these gowns are not pretty (and there are lace and floral appliqués aplenty!), but that they were simply designed to be different. And we at Zankyou absolutely love them! So take a closer look today and find your perfect look…
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