A popular silhouette, the fit and flare is fitted through the hip, flaring out mid way down the thigh to create it’s figure-flattering exaggerated hourglass shape. For brides seeking drama, sultry shapes, and a feminine look, the fit and flare silhouette is perfect. At Irini’s, we’re big fans of the shape, and love seeing brides fall in love with it the way we have. Thinking a fit and flare may be for you? Take a look at a few of our favorites:
The bodice of this stunning Maggie Sottero fit and flare is covered in intricate, detailed lace, which cascades into the skirt to marry the tulle and lace together perfectly. The layered tulle skirt adds a dreamy romance to the gown, floating beautifully as you move and adding a sheer quality we love.
Truly one-of-a-kind, this fit and flare is sleek and chic with a unique fringe bodice. Shimmering fringe covers the bodice for a surprisingly elegant, disco-like look you won’t find on other gowns. The back is low and open for an added sultry touch, with the skirt remaining unembellished so as not to conflict with the jaw-dropping bodice.
Classically beautiful, this wedding dress combines a crisp fabric with a delicate lace for subtle details you’ll love. Lace covers the bodice and neckline, and is mirrored in the hem where it really starts to show off. A sheer panel in the front teases the gorgeously intricate train flowing behind, creating a stunning scalloped edge to give the dress classic bridal drama.
Love boho bridal styles? You’ll love this one-of-a-kind geometric lace covered wedding dress from Lillian West. Geometric lace runs down the dress, adding to your height and complementing the plunging neckline. If you’re looking for a lace wedding dress that’s more boho than it is romantic, this is it!