Bridal knitwear is an amazing way to keep warm while maintaining a coveted bridal look and there is no better place to capture Madame Seguin’s comfortable and chic collection than the Verbeke Foundation in Brussels, Belgium. With a wall of blue frames, the luminous white cashmere fabric of each piece is front and center.
A short embellished white dress is paired with a three-quarter length sleeve sweater for a subtle cover-up.
An up-close shot shows the fine detail of the sweater and the delicate nature of the fabric.
Even a modern, fashion-forward gown like this fitted design can look sophisticated with a long-sleeve sweater. The knitwear features a unique striped construction that keeps it modern and stylish.
With the same gown, the bride dons a long, flowing wrap that is perfect for covering the shoulders.
This cape looks impeccably classic with a sleek gown and floral bridal headpiece.
Another variation on this three-quarter length sleeve look is youthful and simple. It’s the perfect accessory to complete a simple lace dress.
A long lace veil also provides another layer of comfort and is the most traditional accessory a bride can elect.
A beautiful neckline can be accentuated by a crisp cape. With a veil hanging from her updo, this long cape looks stunning and smooth.
If a gown has an open back, this criss-cross sweater with short sleeves can offer a pretty way to cover up from the cold.
A boat-neck sweater with long sleeves looks lovely paired with this fringed short dress.
A bride shouldn’t worry about what to wear on her wedding day if there’s a chill in the air. Bridal knitwear, like Madame Seguin’s collection, is the perfect solution.
Photographer: Lucy Davenport
Location: Verbeke Foundation
Dress designer – Valentine Avoh
Knitwear designers – Madame Seguin
Hair/MUA – Yente Hermans
Headpiece – SIBO Designs
Jewelry – Cotton & Gems
Botanical Drawings – Aesme
Model – Soetkin
Film Lab – Carmencita