We are in the most magical of months celebrating the holiday season with visions of sugar plums and snow queen fairies dancing in our heads. Hardly wedding season winter weddings are becoming more popular. New York like many parts of the United States suffers from high humidity in the summer months and spring is often rainy. So it is no surprise that many people opt to hold their weddings in the cooler months.
But there was one designer who always pushed the envelope when it came to bridal gowns
I worked in the bridal industry for years and I was not a fan of strapless. It was the bane of my existence when I worked in the industry and it reigned supreme for decades. But there was one designer who always pushed the envelope when it came to bridal gowns—Vera Wang who always took it the next level.
For me there is something about strapless that is kind of low brow, it makes me think of snapping your tube top at the beach or stepping out of the shower with a towel on, but it never appealed to me in any genre. I also think it draws attention to a somewhat unattractive area of the body—under the arms. Even in thin people this area can look kind of dumpy. Not a fan. To me a wedding gown should invoke a magical feeling or have the air of a black tie event and in my opinion strapless does not invoke sophistication. And when it comes to ethereal magical gowns