If you’re getting married next year, now is the perfect time to start looking for a wedding dress. Thursday marked the start of Bridal Fashion Week, which means the industry’s top designers will be showing their newest collections. Make Woman Getting Married your go-to destination throughout the week, as we’ll be highlighting the best new wedding dresses and everything you won’t want to miss.
Berta Balilti debuted not one, not two, but three new collections for Fall/Winter 2019. “Each glamorous in it’s own right, the designs were unparalleled as the luxurious and jaw-dropping pieces made their presence known on the catwalk,” a press release stated. “The effortlessly chic collections drifted gracefully down the runway with fabrics that lead the way into a powerful abyss of awe inspiring styles.”
The dresses in “MUSE.” by Berta, the “Athens” Collection, and Berta “Privee” were described as “fresh, exciting and new yet still lending to the truth essence of what Berta is and is expected to be.”
MUSE by Berta
Berta shot the campaign for this collection in Barcelona to highlight the romance behind the dresses, which are “full of awe, imagination and romance.” The gowns feature details like “soft shoulder details cascading into the skirt” or “lace peeking through layers of delicate fabrics.”
“Each delicately crafted dress is light and dreamy and will take your breath away!” the press release stated.
The “Athens” Collection
For the first time ever, Berta debuted gowns with detachable pieces. “Taking inspirations from it’s name sake, this collection is a timeless masterpiece befitting of it’s name,” the press release stated. “The authenticity and vividness of the city, embraces these artistic creations made by Berta and only amplify them.”
The dresses are “a beautiful blend of rich fabrics,” like tulle, silk chiffon and illusion lace — perfect for brides looking for “the fairy tale dream dress.”
While the Athens Collection breaks tradition with new styles, “Privee” is reminiscent of Berta’s early designs. “Berta went back to their roots with this special ‘couture’ collection influenced by her original inspirations and aesthetics,” the press release stated. “As the name ‘Privee’ hints too, this is the Berta private and personal place.”
Overall, the collection can be described as “flawless, untouched and incomparable to anything else out there.”