Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Bridal Market: Spotlight on Eco-Chic Designers {Part 2}

Our spotlight on eco-conscious designers continues with sneak peaks at Elizabeth St. John and Adele Wechsler's fall 2011 collections. First up is Adele, whose designs we've featured before both here and as guest bloggers on Style Me Pretty.

Love both halter dresses in particular. Next up is the latest line from Elizabeth St. John

If you have a favorite "green" designer, let us know!

Bridal Market: Spotlight on Eco-Chic Designers

While many of the gowns at this fall's market seem inspired by nature, there are still only a handful of designers dedicated to green practices and manufacturing. And since everyone at Bridal Bubbly loves the planet as much as we love our readers, we wanted to spotlight those eco-chic designers bent on proving being environmentally conscious doesn't mean sacrificing style.

My favorite new discovery is LA-based designer Lindee Daniel. Honestly, her dresses are so pretty the fact that she uses natural fibers and pure practices is just icing on the cake.

See? Sheer loveliness. 

Oh, how I wish I could zoom in on pictures like the techies on NCIS can! I'm dying to get a better look at the above dress's fabric. Regardless, the sweetheart neckline and tiered skirt are great. 

So simple and sweet. The flutter of fabric at the neckline is soft and flattering. 

Admittedly, he veil paired with this dress is pretty distracting (tomorrow's post: new veil trends!), but I love the mix of fabrics and textures.

More eco-chic designs to come later today!