Johanna Johnson Designer Spring 2014 Wedding Dresses. The Spring/Summer 2014 Collection from Australian designer Johanna Johnson features deep V-necks and shimmery, metallic fabrics. These sheath dresses are other-worldly and create an heir of fashion-forward regality.
The first gown is made entirely of white silk. It has cap sleeves and a deep V-neck. It gathers at the natural waist and then the generous skirt flows in every direction. The gown itself is simple but it makes quite the statement! This kind of gown needs minimal accessories because it practically speaks for itself.
This champagne-number will leave guests gasping. The gown features glittering art-deco strands that drape across the V-neck. The fabric is pieced together with architectural design and the skirt is effortless and easy. The contrast between the jewels and the sleek fabric is exquisite.
Sharing the same glossy design, this gown has a statement top and simple bottom. The shoulders and collarbone are adorned with a beaded piece that shimmers and shines and offers a jewel-neckline and small sleeve. The gown opens up to a V-neck and also features an asymmetrical stitch and hemline. With a short train, this gown is stunning and earmarked for a glamorous girl.
Some brides prefer to go for the gold and this gown takes it to the next level. With a jewel-neckline and cap sleeves, this dress gathers at the natural waist and has a comfortable A-line skirt. The intensity of the gold, which offers shimmers of silver, copper and black, is a distinctive design. Because of the dynamite concept, this gown needs no additional accompaniments, except for a bright smile.
Johanna Johnson's sheath, constructed designs are modern and sophisticated. The new collection offers hints of Gatsby-era gowns with 21st century tastes that are sure to be show-stopping and awe-inducing.
Johanna Johnson Spring 2014 wedding dresses collection.