You may not be the star of the wedding, but that doesn’t mean you can’t shine bright from afar. And in order to do so, it important to find a dress that makes you feel the most you but with a little bit of something special. So let us introduce… the tattoo effect style. This style is a seamless look that lets you show off some skin whilst also, very cleverly, keeping you under wraps! It gives off a unique look that is original and guaranteed to turn heads, and Pronovias have some dresses that are perfect for a wedding dress look!
The tattoo effect seems to work best on black dresses where the monochrome contrasts to create an ultra-feminine look. On this model the fabric almost seems to be crawling on to the skin, from the hip to the shoulders, passing through the arms and leaving the area of the belly and skirt smooth, leaving the effect of the skin and dress being one.
Similarly, the tattoo effect comes with white and a transparency that sets off the tattoo effect. In this case, the pale sequins combine with bluish green tones, which fill floral motifs and give the whole a fresh essence.
Capturing the power of black, the next piece prints its tattoo effect only on the right arm, where different lines contort and create sensuality. The shapes are drawn on a flesh-coloured surface creating of the skin between the jewels.
Although the skirt of this dress in black, the floral appliqué climbs from bottom to top where a garden on flowers appears against the delicate transparency. On the back, the flowers stand alone for a more elegant tattoo effect.
The blue tattoo effect is a subtle version of the tattoo effect, but still the sophistication and sensuality pertains. The embellishments are placed in a perfect symmetry and encased in an elegant black that combines with the shine of its ample sequins.
The natural details of this dress makes the tattoo effect a sensual virtue. With details that accumulate in front and back, generating the sensation that Pronovias looks for in its desire to mould shapes and add sparkle to the composition.
The tattoo effect is setting a trend and for all types of weddings, both for brides and guests, and we have no doubt that it’s going stay for many years to come!