Lighter than Air: Silky Sequins and Crystal

Martha Stewart Weddings, Spring 2003

What makes a bride fall in love with a gown? It might be the breezy bell sleeves of a short sequined dress, an airy overlay of beaded tulle, or the way the flowy fabric skims across her body, making her feel beautiful.

Sequins dance across Vera Wang's minidress of tulle over chiffon. Bouquet of andromeda and nerine lily by Matthew Robbins for Artfool; ring by A. Jaffe.

Below, crystal flowers embellish a light layer of ivory tulle on a gown (left) from Badgley Mischka. Erisa Katsura's shirred silk chiffon gown drapes across the body in a flattering cut; silk flower by Dulken & Derrick.

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