Is classic coming back or did it never really go away? Designer Michelle Roth Shares.

As a young child my mother Aneta, taught me the skills  that I use every day to create the Michelle Roth collection.

My aesthetic and styled sensitivity is creating gowns that have lasting impact. Gowns that celebrate and  strength and femininity. 

Classic gowns are all about fit, fabric, confidence in understanding when to start and when to stop designing.

Classic is also about championing the individuality and the personality of the bride.

Here are the top 5 ways you can determine if a gown is classic and why  you may well indeed be a classic bride yourself!

Clean uncluttered chic

Gowns that have the confidence to be bold and gorgeous without needing to make a fuss.

Bride Wears Voltaire

Definite sharp silhouette 

Classic does not necessarily mean that they cannot be any layers or different Fabrications. A classic gown needs a definition of what it is conveying stylewise.  Hear our ball gown is contain a very classic look. It’s not doing it in an exaggerated manner but I keeping it proportioned,  it is every bit classic and striking 

Bide wears Kacey 

Contrast

Create a classic look by contrasting a striking satin ball gown with gorgeous pearl choker necklace it is when there are too many elements being worn they can cancel each other out.

Fabrication

Yes, a fully beaded gown can definitely be classic. The area of concern is when it becomes too many other additional elements that made crowd out the original classic look.  

Bride Wears Kingston

Signature pieces are totally classic inspired

Pick your accessory with tender care and choose a piece that makes a statement without being overwhelming. Bride wears Headpiece Art.

Resourcer – Head pieces of Art link coming soon