Floaty wedding dresses from Luce in Japan
In a previous blog post, I showed you a bunch of gorgeous Japanese-themed gowns by Sydney, Australia-based Culture Bridal Couture that manage to fuse contemporary design aesthetics with traditional kimono patterns and details.
Because I’m a huge fan of Japanese design in general, I thought I’d compile a selection of girly and flowy Japanese-designed wedding dresses by Luce Classica Japan, one of my favorite bridal boutiques. I first came to know of the brand Luce through the 1-inch thick Japanese bridal magazines my dad used to send me when my husband and I were preparing to get married a few years ago and I loved how simple and clean-cut yet beautiful Japan wedding dresses are and how unique, unusual details give them character.
Don’t you just love the shoulder detail on this dress? It’s very pretty and completely unexpected. The rest of the gown is a simple spaghetti-strapped A-line which suits most figures.
The lace detail on the small puffy sleeves and train of this gown makes a sweet statement.
I love how the cut and style of this dress evokes drama and nostalgia all at once despite its simplicity.
Sweet, layered ruffles make for a romantic and elegant look.
The poufy, assymetrical hem of this gown gives the otherwise sweet and feminine gown a “soft” edginess and rock and roll style.
Tiered skirts are IN this bridal season and here’s a cute way to wear them. The sleeves and kimono-wrap overlay bodice gives this gown a modest touch.
This poufy-sleeved A-line short wedding dress gives the bride a girlish appeal.
The lace detail at this dress’ hemline gives it a fun and flirty charm.
See more contemporary Japanese bridal dresses from the various collections at Luce Classica Japan.
I enjoyed compiling gowns for this post so much that I started a separate blog strictly for Japanese wedding dresses. It’s pretty lonely over there so come visit if you like!
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