Old Hollywood Wedding Gowns for a 2018 Fashion-Forward Bride!

Every bride wants to dress the part of leading lady in a glamorous gown, and Alon Livné White is your wedding inspiration! From the traditional lavish bridal style to an old Hollywood glamour inspired by Joan Crawford, this classic trend continues to reign with soft, feminine dresses for all wedding seasons.

If you’re a 2018 bride looking for something new, fresh, and clean, veer your search towards White’s old Hollywood styles of shimmering creations that would befit any bride throwing an evening black tie affair.

Joan Crawford’s ‘Queen Bee’

One of our favourite designers for sexy and fashion-forward gowns is Israel’s Alon Livné White, who brings a much-needed sense of fantasy, allure and charm to bridal week. Whimsical gowns inspired by Joan Crawford appears to manifest old Hollywood dreams with hand-cut appliqués, plunging necklines and sheer long-sleeves that had the exacting effect of making you want more.

Grace Kelly’s ‘High Society’

You can count on White to deliver soft, ethereal fantasy gowns that also play to a ‘old-Hollywood’ mind-set. With a whirlwind of embellished gowns complete with sweetheart necklines and princess crowns inspired by the Victorian era, we’re instantly reminded of Grace Kelly from High Society. The collection – veering towards the more regal bride –  contains an abundance of embroidered ballgowns, handmade embellishments and classic waist-belts fit for a Hollywood queen!

Marilyn Monroe’s ‘Some Like It Hot’

The peaceful land of Los Angeles was introduced to sex icon Marilyn Monroe who quickly made a name for herself in the entertainment industry. And with a lineup of sleeveless gowns in decadent embroidered lace, this is perhaps the best example of classic styles shifting to the modern world during the 1950’s. Like a glitzy goddess rising from the ashes – daring and dramatic – Monroe can be seen through White’s sheer fabrics, steamy flares and skin-baring ensembles.

Images via WedLuxe

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