Oscar de la Renta took an elegant and timeless route with his bridal runway show, which he showed at his headquarters Friday morning. “We tried to cover a lot of bases with the collection, from very classic to dresses for exotic places,” he said. “The idea is always to make that girl feel very special.” To that end, a princessy floral Chantilly lace number covered the traditional ground while a cotton eyelet bikini top with matching pareo spoke to the beach-bound bride. De la Renta’s exquisite craftsmanship was evident in his thread-work embroideries, corded lace and intricate beading. A standout look: the white Chantilly lace gown in a rose pattern with sequined embroidery and a pink organza underlay. While each dress was uniquely beautiful, the flower girls stole the show’s cute factor.

Oscar de la Renta took an elegant and timeless route with his bridal runway show, which he showed at his headquarters Friday morning. “We tried to cover a lot of bases with the collection, from very classic to dresses for exotic places,” he said. “The idea is always to make that girl feel very special.” To that end, a princessy floral Chantilly lace number covered the traditional ground while a cotton eyelet bikini top with matching pareo spoke to the beach-bound bride. De la Renta’s exquisite craftsmanship was evident in his thread-work embroideries, corded lace and intricate beading. A standout look: the white Chantilly lace gown in a rose pattern with sequined embroidery and a pink organza underlay. While each dress was uniquely beautiful, the flower girls stole the show’s cute factor.

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