By Wedding Blog Contributor Lana Leazer
Hang on to your hats, ladies. Today, we’re featuring a new fave in bridalwear: Miosa Couture by Michael and Sanea Sommerfield. The design duo poured on loads of delicate lace, intricate flowers and gorgeous ruching in their 2010 collection. This collection is all about showcasing a woman’s elegant curves and vibrant skin. Adoring these wonderful masterpieces brought me back to the red carpet of some of our biggest stars from way back to now. Here we breakdown the 2010 collection and pair it with some popular celebrity styles.
Thinking an Italian or Spanish villa in the countryside? Then the Chloe gown is just right. It is romantic, flirty and desirable like Penelope Cruz. With it’s re-embroidered lace trumpet, re-embroidered organza flowers and a beaded belt.
Vamping sexiness, exoticism and allurement, the Gesella should have been one of Rita Hayworth’s character names. This gown oozes seductiveness with it’s strapless Silk duchess trumpet and a scallop hem embroidered with organza flowers, and a lace-up back detail with embroidered ruffles.
Beauty and class are what the Helena gown exudes. This gown has an understated confidence, just like Angelina Jolie does. The genius is its simplistic beauty. With a Silk Chiffon sheath baby doll cut and embellished lace on the empire waist and satin sash on the back.
With it’s edgy, out-of-the-box design, the Mandy is irresistible. Perhaps Kristen Stewart will rock this gown at her own wedding. This style is nontraditional but fun, hip and daring. It consists of a strapless Silk jacquard mini bubble dress with a vertical draped bodice.
Reminiscing on Pleasantville, Peyton Place and Happy Days, this vintage gown, Sally, was drawn inspiration from Sandra Dee. This casual, yet sophisticated design is truly innovative with its Â¾ length Satin Organza strapless. The hand pleated herringbone strips of organza creates a design that is truly elegant.
Like Jennifer Lopez, who causes an explosion of praise and standing ovation, the Stella manages to achieve immaculate magnificence. It has a strapless Silk Satin Shantung trumpet with a pleated floral embroidery that runs from the bodice to the hem.
All in all, we here at the wedding blog The 2010 Miosa Collection is stunning, elegant, and full of jaw-dropping beauty. These are not the only gowns in this collection, so be sure to check out everything that Michael and Sanea have to offer in their line. Who knows, you just might find that perfect dress that would complete your perfect day.
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