Art deco dresses are one of the most highlighted styles of the 1920s. Women in that era took such a big drastic turn from the restrictive looks of the Victorian era and adopted more sleek cuts. The creativity of the dresses in that era is unmatched, especially when it comes to wedding dresses.
Characteristics of Art Deco Fashion
Our weddings take inspiration from stunning Art Deco fashion based on a variety of characteristics. The era showcased some distinguishing features like clean, simple, and streamlined looks. Geometric looks decorated with ornaments are another major highlight of this era.
When it comes to our wedding dresses, we make sure to include exquisite designs from the Art déco era. The geometric shapes refer to the loose dresses with sleek lines that replaced corseted bodices and hoops.
Wedding dresses and evening dresses were the epitome of style. They captured a Hollywood-esque sense of glamour that made every piece look breathtakingly beautiful.
The level of detailing depicts beautiful craftsmanship. Our designs integrate the same artistic patterns and level of detailing. The visionary gowns of this era are thus a sight to behold.
Hues of gold, black, and silver with pops of yellow, blue, and orange sum up the color palette from this era, making art deco wedding dresses timeless pieces.
Beautiful Art Nouveau Dresses
Art Nouveau is another notable fashion movement of the 20th century. In contrast to the art deco dresses that depicted geometric shapes and straight cuts, art nouveau dresses brought something else to the table.
Our art nouveau dresses celebrate elegant curves and long lines with beautiful embellishments. Each dress carries its own story and looks breathtakingly beautiful.
Our cape gown and backless dresses fit every mood and are perfect for any Art deco themed wedding, bridesmaid dress, cocktail party, or any other event.
Art Deco Connection to Modernism
The art deco also connected to the advancements during that time. Industrial and urban advancements translated into new fashion statements for women. The first ever look to take inspiration from this era was the flapper look.
We integrate the same ideas for our Art Nouveau wedding dresses with embellishments and flattering decorations.