Ethereal Poetry: Elizabeth Fillmore 2012 Bridal Collection

This collection focused on organic and romantic hand completed details. Elizabeth was inspired by “the lightness and delicate layering of petals, juxtaposed with a slim silhouette, keeping everything light as air.” The gowns are decidedly glamorous, timeless and ethereal. The S/S 2012 collection, which is exquisitely feminine, is a balance of lovely romantic French laces, luxurious Italian silks and lovely vintage touches.  J’adore!


 Silk Poult Strapless Gown w/”Woodland” Flower Embroidered Bodice. Detachable Tulle Peplum Over Skirt



 Silk Chiffon V-neck “Woodland Fairy” Gown w/Floating Chiffon Panels & “Forest Flower” Embroidery


 French embroidered lace short wedding dress with long sleeves. {Note: I would love this as a reception dress and those shoes…love!!!}


A-line silhouette and elegant lace sleeves honor tradition however the exposed back and large floral lace neckline call to the indulgent and fashion conscious bride.


Traditional Chantilly lace peplum and silk satin trumpet skirt with draped back train {ivory corset over blush skirt} create this dramatic romantic gown.


Alençon lace  shift dress with organza ribbon straps {ivory over petal pink}.


Crochet floral lace slip gown over silk charmeuse; sweep train.

xo Loveisabella

About the Designer:

Elizabeth Fillmore Fashion Bio

Elizabeth Fillmore graduated Parsons School of Design in 1993. Her collections focus on her signature bias cut silhouette with graceful draping, chic fitted hourglass shapes to ethereal empire silhouettes. Elizabeth constructs her gowns using luxurious silk fabrics and linings – relying mainly on French and Italian couture fabrics that offer an added originality and opulence to the designs.

To view the entire collection, please visit Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal . Note: Delicate lovely headpieces were created by Ksenia Golub.

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