Ines di Santo Bridal Fall 2019

What can be said about Ines di Santo that has already been said? Her bridal designs are stunning, innovative, thoughtful, and above all, consumer ready and market friendly, particularly if the bride has deep pockets.

For the fall 2019 bridal season, Ines di Santo pulled out all the stops. There was something for almost every bride, including something for a range of age demographics and sizes. Inspired by the power of storytelling with an East meets West theme, Ines di Santo gave her bride a walk through a modern fairytale. And a fairytale journey it was!!

Ines di Santo enhanced her exquisite bridal collection by launching her first jewelry collection that was made its debut on the fall 2019 runway. Partnered with Ciner, a 125–year old, family-owned jewelry company known for its attention to detail. Ines di Santo’s Fairytale Collection was inspired by illustrations from “East of the Sun; West of the Moon.” The jewelry featured pavè stones, antique glass flowers, and birds freed from their cages on a range of exquisite rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. Additionally, the models in the fall 2019 show wore crystal-heeled shoes, The Diego Dolcini footwear, inspired by Baccarat, the quintessential French crystal maker.

When it comes to the fall 2019 bridal collection, Di Santo left no stones unturned. There were a variety of bridal silhouettes, from mermaid silhouettes, sheath, and fit-to-flare silhouettes to traditional ball gowns, lace jumpsuits and shorter cocktail dresses with detachable trains. Also, there was lots of continuing bridal trends included ranging from statement sleeves, lacy bridal party jumpsuits to bridal gowns in non-traditional colors.

What also can be said about this bridal collection is that the bridal gowns displayed in this collection is for the bride that wants to make a big statement with her gown selection. These gowns in this collection are chosen casually, these gowns should be collected for the bride that is planning a well-thought out bridal ceremony. And there is a reason for that. Ines di Santo’s gowns are for brides that have deep pockets and many of these gowns can be passed on as legacy or heirloom gowns.

Photos courtesy of vogue.com

Standout looks in this collection—and there were many—one-shoulder illusion jumpsuit with lace appliques and separate detachable, exaggerated cathedral train, fairytale sleeveless illusion plunging V-neck ball gown with detachable poet sleeves, dreamy floral embroidered strapless, natural waist corset with detachable off-the-shoulder poet sleeves, batteau neckline, cigarette leg jumpsuit with striking cowl back separate detachable train, and embellished tip of the shoulder plunging neck corset with ball gown skirt and detachable grand matching cape.—William S. Gooch

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