Mabille’s collection cheerfully captures spring’s lightheartedness with its bright – almost euphoric – colors. It also reunites the two ends of the shapes’ spectrum with its princess gowns on one hand and its geometric cuts on the other. Furthermore, Mabille caters not only for the bride’s ceremonial elegance, but also for her honeymoon’s mood, with various boudoir looks. The following 16 looks reflect Mabille’s signature colors and design versatility.
While the first look below strikes us with its beautiful turquoise and purple colors, the other one impresses us with its elegant black choice. They are both adorned with a tiara belt (and crown in the first case!) and some bold graphic ruffles.
These outfits are indeed eye-popping, mainly due to their bold fluffy tulle shoulders! While the flounces of each dress are singular, the second ones are further bejeweled with strands of diamonds.
A crown, a head veil and a vivid yellow color all-through make of a graphic impacting bridal appearance! Indeed, most of the collection looks are monochromatic, having even matching nail polish. The slip dress and the caftan cut are beautifully combined to create an original proposal.
If you think that tiaras are best worn on the head, think twice! While the exuberant mandarin dress has a simple diadem on its lower hemline, the tulle and lace one has a crystal tiara corset.
In a nod to Marilyn Monroe’s look in the “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” musical, this fuchsia organza dress magnificently displays volume and a cascade of folded ruffles while still defining the waist with a matching satin belt.
These models seem to have come from a medieval castle, as their sheaths’ geometric lines and royal emerald and blue colors remind us of the era’s style. These “darker” colors chosen by Mabille match the powerful cuts.
While these negligees both have corseted bodysuits, each has unique features. The white and crystal embroideries of the slip dress are an arabesque allusion, while the colorful ribbons swirling all around are a lively addition. The veil of the second model can magically transform her bridal look into a honeymoon-one, once taken off.
Whether it’s the turquoise negligee or the oxblood one, their illusion tulle surely give them a sexy impression! The left one’s rocaille embroidery is a girly and iridescent ornament.
At last, the classic white bride! In addition to its shimmering lace and satin belt, what is so special about this gown is the inside beige color and neckline’s tiara. The second bridal look is definitely more daring. The crêpe dress and the dressing gown with its satin tuxedo collar echo, once again, the boudoir mood.