Rose, rose, everywhere and not a petal to pick. All the dresses featured are from the designer’s Spring 2010 runway collection. The designers may or may not feature these dresses in their upcoming Spring collection, but it still fun to look at the stylish efforts. Of course in all the collections, there were shared designs, one obviously being the rose.
Silver Surfer: Luxurious metallic fabric adds shimmer and shine to this dramatic dress. A ruffled hem sneaks up the front of the dress. Dashes of rose-like ruffles are strewn on the bodice. (Romona Keveza)
Rose Garden: This whipped concoction shows off layers and layers of petals that ripple downward. The petals create a scalloped neckline and hemline. (Rivini)
Fleur de Frock: Feathers and floral dance along the bodice this fit and flare silhouette. (Melissa Sweet)
Bloooming Bride: Ruffles twist into the shape of flowers in this cascading ball gown of blooms. A sweetheart neckline shows off the tightly fitted ruched bodice. (Monique Lhuillier)
Pretty Posy: A sweetheart neckline and spaghetti straps are paired with svelte sheath silhouette that skims the body’s curves. Roses line the hemline and outlines the peek-a-boo slit. (Elizabeth Fillmore)
Petal Pusher: A trumpeting gown with ruching to the thigh. A line of roses fall in an asymmetrical pattern at the top of the skirt. (Maggie Sottero)
Did you take time to smell the roses today?