Jenny Lee Spring 2013 Bridal Collection
This spring, Jenny Lee pops the question to brides everywhere: flowers, or more flowers? From tiny rosettes to all-over appliques, her spring 2013 bridal collection makes its case in floral embellishments. For those of you obsessed with pretty petals, you’ll find plenty of them to love in this collection, from the delicate sweetheart busts to dramatic cascading skirts. Also present in this collection are flouncy tiers that move beautifully with every step, and this season’s current obsession with black on white. View the rest of the gowns below.
Jenny Lee pops the question this season to her brides. A little lace or a lotta lace? From a sprinkle to an entire silhouette, Lee makes her case in lace. There are pretty see-through lace halters over strapless necklines, embroidered lace bateau necklines that echo Art Deco design (a favorite of the designer), off the shoulder bracelet-length lace sleeves and even a separate cropped lace vest that glides over a satin gown. We love the current obsession with lace; it turns any look, in any shape, feminine in a flash.
Lee’s small spring collection also makes the case for ageless dressing. From modest to molded looks, there is something wonderfully appropriate for a first time bride or those brides who might be taking the plunge a second or third time. She manages to balance svelte, body-hugging silhouettes with well-placed draping, peek-a-boo covered necklines and even adds a sleeve or two.
And for the fashionista? Lee’s got her covered with the Chantilly lace-topped tulle pouf with pick-ups. You’ll look and feel like you’re walking in a cloud in this dream of a dress.