Berta Bridal 2018 bridal dresses are the rule of the 3 “them”: sexy, seductive, sensual. These are the most correct adjectives, in fact, to tell the new collection presented in New York over the past few weeks.
Whether it comes to fitting clothing such as a second skin and clothing where the volumes widen on skirting slips and embellished with even three-dimensional embroidery, the line for next year looks respectable and feminine every time. Perhaps not easy to wear – not for all, at least – but still worthy of all the attention it deserves.
And so, the Berta 2018 bridal gowns are characterized by some precise elements, stylistic features that distinguish the mood of the collection and – more generally – the way the brand is conceiving the bride:
- Dazzling necklines and decolleté pronounced, which glance at the look
- Long and worked cloaks, which replace the traditional veil
- The volumes that affect skirts, while still slipping and content
- Legs and backs are protagonists, giving a sexy allure
Deep V neckline, which crosses the entire torso to stop just one step from the waistline; this is how they become tremendously sexy and succinct some of the Berta 2018 wedding dresses. Decolleté is the protagonist, however, even in creations where the neckline is in the heart.
In any case, the dress’s bodice is embellished with embroidery, lightpoint applications, or 3D effect pads. And underneath is that bumblewarming effect, to which the fashion house has become accustomed to us.