First Look: Christos's New Bridal Collection

Wedding Dresses
Christos first look

Photo: Courtesy of Alyssa Wells

An abundance of tulle has been sent down the Spring 2015 bridal runways, and Christos's newest collection is a prime example as to why that's a very good thing! The collection once again proves that the designer is a paragon of timeless, natural beauty.

Exhibit A: The gorgeous gown seen above. Illusion necklines may never go out of style, and this wedding dress demonstrates why: They're versatile, easy to embellish, and still allow for a flattering sweetheart neckline. The gauzy skirt amps up the romantic factor to create a look we love for a sophisticated, bohemian bride. Many of Christos's dresses this season featured the line's signature Alençon lace to achieve an ethereal, ladylike vibe — a look that certainly earns our approval.

Christos first look 2

Photo: Courtesy of Alyssa Wells

Another trend that's we're seeing this season? The palest of blush pink tones. Jessica Biel helped spearhead the pink wedding dress trend when she got married two years ago, and now it's back in a much more subtle way. This dress utilizes layers upon layers of delicate, rosy tulle to create a soft, A-line silhouette. A bride saying "I do" at a garden wedding will fall in love with this romantic look.

Christos first look 3

Photo: Courtesy of Alyssa Wells

Your wedding dress doesn't need a gaping open back to still make a statement. The proof is in this flowing train, which pours out of the top of the bodice. With a little bit of sparkle and a lot of lovely tulle, this will keep wedding guests in awe as you walk down the aisle.

Want to see more of the newest looks from Christos? Click here for the entire slideshow!

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