Courtesy of Romona Keveza
Romona Keveza is a wedding dress designer who prides herself on being on trend. She has been using color in her gowns for years and included one-shoulder silhouettes in bridal long before Michelle Obama's Inauguration dress was revealed. Here she talks about the new trends she is seeing from real brides, and why she thinks color is becoming more mainstream in bridal. Also, read how she got into bridal and why everyone from Julia Roberts to your mom can wear her new eveningwear line. —Cari Wolfert
What new trends in bridal gowns are you seeing when you meet with real brides?
A lot of brides are shying away from big ball gowns and are looking for softer, slimmer silhouettes. Brides are also becoming more daring with color—choosing everything from a goddess mist to ice blue and coordinating it with the color scheme of their reception.
You have been using color in your wedding dresses for a while. Why do you think color is becoming more popular in bridal now?
It makes so much more sense to choose a dress for your wedding that you can wear again to another formal function...