Isabelle Armstrong Spring 2015 Wedding Gowns. Would you consider yourself a princess bride? If so, Isabelle Armstrong understands you and has designs for you in mind. Ball gowns and beading are just two of the impressive features hitting the collection this season. The creativity with the top of this dress is exquisite. Made from petal-shaped appliques, the neckline and bodice are entirely covered with the shimmery details. The iridescent petals end at the natural waist and the full skirt features dotted white fabric petals along the top layer. The tulle is exquisite and offers beautiful balance with the top of the gown.
High-low skirts were a big trend in 2014 and Isabelle Armstrong thinks it's one that will stick around for this season. This dress has a very soft blush color. The top is made with a sweetheart neckline, structured, fitted bodice and pleated skirt. The interesting feature is that this skirt keeps you guessing. Not only does the hem feature lace up until it reaches the front, but also, if you see behind the bride's feet, the inside layer of fabric is patterned.
Not all princesses want loads of volume; just enough to make a statement. This mermaid-style gown features a sweetheart neckline and streamlined bodice with subtle floral fabric. The bottom is crafted with layers and layers of small fabric pieces, held together in one amazing skirt.
This dress is full of volume and drama! The top has a modern neckline with a floral, beaded bodice. At the waist begins the multi-tiered skirt with fluttery layers of tulle. There's no way a bride in this dressed will be missed.
It only takes a few signature elements and a dramatic skirt to make a princess gown one to remember. If you're a bride hoping to reign on your wedding day in 2015, an Isabelle Armstrong gown will not disappoint.