Naeem Khan Fall Winter 2014 wedding dresses. The only way to describe Naeem Khan 's bridal designs is transcendent and divine. The fall 2014 collection has an old-world feel with a slight modern edge. With various textures, patterns and silhouettes, this designer celebrates the charm of femininity with a fierce fashion sense. This off-the-shoulder design is breathtaking. The ivory beaded lace overlay is delicate and brimming with antiquity. A comfortable fit for any bride, the ribbon at the waist adds slight emphasis to the silhouette. And because of the beading and intricate lace design, the clean straight hem is the perfect finish.
It's clear with this pattern that Naaem Khan isn't bashful about being bold. This strapless fit-and-flare gown has an exquisite floral design. Unlike the traditional petite flowers we're used to seeing, Naaem Khan incorporates large, oversized flowers with jutting leaves. It's especially interesting to see the leaves at the top of the flared skirt and then again at the hem. For a lucky bride, this would be like wearing a piece of art.
On the opposite end of the spectrum is this beaded dress with sleeves. The jewel neckline is transformed with a sheer panel that goes down to the elbows. Ornate beading starts at the same spot across the entire dress and gets denser towards the skirt. One can see the detail in the top layer of the fabric, with its unique stitched design and placement of floral embellishments.
This strapless sweetheart dress has a tight bodice and flowing skirt with a generous train at the end. It looks as if dainty white flowers are spraying down over the bride. At first, the design is very heavy and then it gently becomes sparse and light with a few sprinkles of flowers on the train. It's a simple design with lovely execution.
Naaem Khan even has a way of making flowers look three-dimensional on a bride. This strapless fitted gown has an ivory underlay but is brightened with white flowers. The surprising element is that the flowers look as if they are lifted off the dress. Not only does the white contrast wonderfully with the ivory underneath, but the flowers, themselves, are truly captivating.
With every stare of this dress, a new element comes to life. This is unmistakably a contemporary concept. Swirls of piping, swags of ruched fabric, large and small flowers all combine to make one of the most interesting dresses of 2014, perfect for the modern maven who's getting married.
Bridal gowns don't always have to be tight. This empire-waist design is effortless and graceful. An intricate neckline with beautiful beading also features cap sleeves. The natural waist is accentuated with a beaded statement belt and the back of the dress also features a panel, similar to a cape. This is a trendy take on a time-honored design.
The silhouette of this dress makes it look classic, yet the design is something a modern bride would love. The fit-and-flare style is perfect for highlighting a bride's curves. The geometric pattern is created with thin panels of fabric set on top of a layer of shimmery material.
Another beautiful, brash concept is this fit-and-flare design. The ivory color is elegant and stands out with the unique pattern. One can see the explicit placement of the pattern to highlight the silhouette of the dress, thus making it that much more impactful.
What a clean and crisp design! The tight-fitted sweetheart neckline and bodice is crafted with linear-detailed fabric. Then, at the waist, the white skirt simply falls to the ground in a seamless and simple way. Sometimes less really is more and this is one of those special designs that allow the bride's natural beauty shine through.
Another classic ivory option is this strapless style. Naaem Khan incorporated several different types of flowers and fabrics to create this interesting look. The surprising element is that even with all the level of detail in the design, the dress still comes across as soft and elegant.
A complex pattern doesn't need any beading to make a statement. The high neckline on this gown is beautified with a sheer panel and lace details. The lace overlay continues down the length of the dress, with the faint hint of an ivory-color peeking out from underneath. Pair this with a long veil and the bride will be show-stopping.
This final design is a little sweet and a little sassy. The top is nothing but eye-catching. The beaded jacket covers the shoulders with small cap sleeves and opens up to reveal the dazzling sweetheart neckline. The beading continues to the waist where a pretty white ribbon waistband sits. The skirt is clean and sharp and flows out to an A-line fit. This is a youthful, refreshing option.
Naeem Khan designs are fun, flirty and filled with flowers. This is a collection meant for the girl with a gallant edge who still wants to look like bridal on her big day. Even the bravest of brides can be beautiful and blushing!
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