Ode to Paris: Romona Keveza Spring 2017 Collection

Romona Keveza‘s Spring 2017 Collection is an assortment of stunning gowns that we absolutely love. The collection was inspired by Paris and is appropriately named “Ode to Paris.” These gowns are perfect for every wedding whether it’s in a grand ballroom or a secluded garden, and will make the bride look stunning and radiant.

Drawing inspiration from the beautiful lights of Paris this collection features breathtaking colors from French Violet to Candlelight. Italian silk, Jacquard organza, beaded Chantilly lace and other exquisite fabrics make up these haute couture wedding gowns. Check out some of our favorite gowns from this international designer’s newest collection below.

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This is a pearl and french violet printed organza ball gown, and features a draped off-the shoulder bodice.

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This is a pearl candlelight applique lace gown with an illusion net off-the shoulder bodice. The cascading overskirt on this gown will make the bride look graceful and feminine.

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This is a rose petal silk chiffon and reticella lace gown. The dramatic v-neck and illusion open back make this unique gown perfect for the trendy bride.

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This chic gowns features an illusion cap sleeve and transparent tulle overskirt. The layers on this beautiful gown, will make the bride feel like she’s having the fairytale wedding of her dreams.

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This is a pearl silk crepe gown that will make the bride look irresistible to her groom. The gown features a bold asymmetrical neckline and fluted skirt.

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This is an ivory silk jacquard organza strapless gown. The bride will look fearless in this gown that features a detachable obi train.

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This beautiful dress features a boat neckline, illusion open back, and a detachable watteau train. The stunning organza gown will shimmer as the bride walks down the aisle.

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Images | Courtesy of Romona Keveza

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