New York—"Come fly with me!" sang Sinatra during the Romona Keveza runway show. And we did! Way up high in a tower in the New York Palace Hotel.
Keveza's dresses—whether her Legends Collection or Couture Collection—harkin back to traditional glamour, which she then gives a few twists. Ruffles here, a billowing overskirt there.
She likes to listen to brides to take the pulse of new trends they might want. She had been way out in front last season with one-shoulder necklines and she continued the trend, this time using lace over that shoulder.
Indeed re-embroidered lace was used on many gowns—not only on the neckline or bodice, but as an overskirt and on chapel length silhouettes. And she's great about offering dresses in some wonderful colors such as blush lavendar and ice blue if you don't want to go all white.
But leave it to a little silk shantung taffeta cocktail dress to bowl us all over. The full skirt was pleated and pulled together with a belt. But the one-shoulder neckline made of pleated ruffles supplied the umph.
These are glamorous pieces with an element of fun. The Romona Keveza bride is going to have a good time in her dress!—Michelle Preli
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