Hello, lover! Isabelle Armstrong's
latest bridal collection is full of life, love, and romance. But when has this much-loved label ever been short on any of that? Isabelle Armstrong's Spring 2017
line has definitely proved that romance is, in fact, not dead, as the 22-piece collection is wrought with delicate details, luxurious laces, and feminine designs that still manage to be impossibly fresh and fashion-forward. We're already swooning...
Last year, Isabelle Armstrong's Spring 2016
collection was blossoming with classic silhouettes — think formal ball gowns, curve-hugging mermaids, and traditional A-lines — and that's something we're truly never sick of seeing. Sure, we definitely have some love for a super trendy, unexpected shape every now and then. But, you know what they say, some things just never go out of style. And although the Isabelle Armstrong design team still is keeping classics and bridal elegance in mind, this season they're widening their wedding day lens — quite like today's brides, themselves!
"This collection celebrates the freedom of choice," explains the fashion house. "Today's bride is restricted only by her individuality and imagination. Bridal fashion is limitless and continues to push the boundaries of tradition. Whether a bride chooses a plunging neckline or an elegant cover-up, sleek clean lines, floral appliqués, lace or taffeta, anything is possible."
Isabelle Armstrong's Spring 2017 collection contains all that and more. An expertly-draped ball gown with a how-low-can-you-go
neckline weds the classic with the contemporary. Subtle stripes decorate a V-neck wedding dress
. Perfectly-placed luxe lace lends itself quite nicely to a sheer illusion bodice. And the prettiest laser-cut petals are beautifully blooming all over a traditional sheath for a look that's as fresh as the season in which it exists. The possibilities are truly endless, much like love itself.
Scroll through the slideshow to view all of the looks from Isabelle Armstrong's Spring 2017 collection.
Photo: "Stevie" strapless fit and flare column gown with lace skirt, open embroidered bodice, and attached tulle over-skirt with train appliqué, Isabelle Armstrong