Alvaro Falco and Isabelle Junot staged last April what has been one of the weddings of the year. The couple said yes I do on April 2 at the palace of Marqués de Mirabel, Plasencia. And as in any self-respecting wedding, the bride is the undisputed protagonist of the day. Her and her dress, the best kept secret.
Isabelle opted for a classic style dress, specifically medieval cut, but then changed and opted for a second groundbreaking two-piece look, much more youthful and far from the traditional style of the first. If you want to be inspired by it, we recommend several options of both styles, the most classic and formal, and the trend for the dance.
Isabelle’s dress to say yes I do in church had a square, balconette-style neckline and a fitted bodice with a sash, from which a full skirt departed with a train two and a half meters from the waist. A design of Pronovias in white silk, with French sleeves and slightly marked shoulders, one of the trends of the moment.
If you liked his style for the search for your bridal look and it inspires you, we offer you several traditional-style designs and others with more modern touches, but without losing that classic touch.
Marylise & Rembo Styling
Rosa Clara 2023
Jesus Peiro 2023
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The second bridal look: top + skirt
Far from the traditional style of the first dress, the second look was totally flashy and daring. A two-piece lace boho style made up of a crop top and a midi skirt also from Pronovias.
Photos | @Isabelle_junot, Pronovias, Rosa Clará, J. J’s House, Jesús Peiró, Panambi, Ángela Pedregal, Royal Monarchies