To the sweet languid Emma, it follows Robin the bridal look tributing the female “tomboy” nature, because not all women aspire to explicit bold femininity and the beauty of this look just lies in its androgynous simplicity, but unexpectedly sensual and sophisticated.
Robin, the robin, represents the incarnation of the youthful and mercurial feminine spirit, symbol of lightness and radiant soul. Bridal “pantdress”, sharp choice, very innovative for the bridal world; Robin is either boyish and terrifically sexy, because the thin outright bustier blossoms from the wide but minimal trousers in lithe cady crepe that softly caresses legs, unveiling the sheer sensuality of the naked shoulders.
The small thin top in silk crepe dotted with micro swarovski and mini cut silver studs, represents the look’s final touch. Very simple and minimal the top changes the mood of this bridal outfit, softening its boldness and making it suitable for church weddings.
Accessories at will exalt or revolutionize this wedding look: a toque or a headband in the same cady crepe lend classy elegant the whole, silk organza flowers such as irises in pairs or singles accentuate the sweet feminine side of Robin attenuating the gamine spirit, that’s exalted, instead, by the funny pompom hairband or the fluffy ruff, both in a soft, spumy tulle plumetis.