Since 1988, Jesús Peiró has been steadily gaining recognition and renown not just in the Spanish market but world wide as a coveted haute couture bridal designer. This season, lead designer Merche Segarra was inspired by Nanda Devi, a beautiful mountain that stands between India and Nepal. The brand wanted to capture the beautifully stark and icy environment and translate that into their latest collection – billowing snow, clean whiteness, solid lines are major themes.
After 25 years of extraordinary creations, the Jesús Pieró 2016 Collection of wedding dresses continues to break ground. Dominated by a cool white tones and heavy fabrics, the structure of the collection is lightened with embellishing crystals that sparkle like freshly fallen snow on a winter morning. To add a bit or warmth, some dresses have gold thread detailing and brocades, striking a perfect balance.
Tulle has to be one of the purest expressions of romanticism in the bridal world. Soft yet also structured, the fabric embodies innocence and strength, beauty and grace. There’s plenty to be found in this collection – volumes and volumes that look like layer upon layer of finely fallen snow.
The collection is clean and classic with touches of sensual and romantic details. There’s a little bit of everything for brides out there from traditional cuts, to more modern lines, from classic to sweet – but all the wedding dresses have an element of elegance and mysticism.
We love this beautifully clean, long-sleeved wedding dress (above) that’s broken up by a tantalizing section of see-through lace at the mid-section. Classic with a touch of sensual modernity, this wedding dress is sure to win many fans.
So which Jesús Pieró wedding dress do you love most from this collection? It’s so hard to choose just one!