Fashion designer and bridal expert, Henry Roth, watched Sunday nights Oscar red carpet attentively, examining the exquisite gowns and silhouettes sported by Hollywoods leading ladies. The reason? Hollywoods biggest night of the year is a great predictor of whats to come in the world of wedding gowns.
Henry Roth creates stunning, chic and affordable couture wedding dresses and gowns that combine international style with exceptional pricing. With nearly 60 years of dressing women for their most beloved special occasions, Henry Roth is a global leader in the bridal market, known for its exclusive designs, exceptional one-on-one service, and creating personal connections with each and every customer. Featuring studios in both Sydney, Australia and New York City, the studios work is available at an exclusive and highly selective number of retail stores, in the US, Canada, and Australia.
Ever the style expert, Roth was quick to take to Facebook to announce his top five looks of the night and predict a big trend for 2012: necklines! From asymmetrical to pussy-bow, this years Oscar dresses has Roth and his team planning fabulous alternatives to strapless.
2. Emma Stone In Giambattista Vali
Stone championed the return of dramatic necklines. This stunning gown was made by its neckline, says Henry. It heralds the return of textured, soft d?colletage details and has me predicting that, more than ever, brides will turn away from everything strapless this year.
3. Michelle Williams in Bottega Veneta
Future vintage at its best, from the brooch waistline detail to the peplum skirt, Williams wowed in this striking 1940s silhouette. This will very definitely be a shape brides will embrace and style for their own wedding dress choice, predicts Henry.
4. Tina Fey in Carolina Herrera
Feys navy dress was Roths favorite look of the night thanks to its striking simplicitya big trend for 2012 brides. The 1940s styling and peplum skirt were simple perfection.
4. Milla Jovovich in Elie Saab
Jovovich struck gold in a divine gown boasting an asymmetrical neckline. Her fitted gown is also on trend for brides wanting less fullness and a silhouette that is body skimming, advises Henry. The trend in Bridal gowns will see more interesting neckline shapes as a welcome alternative to strapless.
Related 2012 Sports Canada News