by MIKE CHAIKEN
With Christmas and New Year’s, the engagement rings are flashing across social media sites left and right.
This means, wedding gown shopping season will begin in earnest.
For brides-to-be who are a bit more organic, creative, and free-spirited, many wedding gowns may be a bit too regal, too traditional. Willowby, a line from Watters (http://www.watters.com), may be the ticket. The gowns tap into the silhouettes of the Woodstock-era of the 1960s and the cinematic 1970s (and steers away from the more tragic fashion developments of that era. No Nehru collars, paisley, and disco lamé.
This is what was shown at The Knot Couture at New York Bridal Fashion Week in October.
PHOTOS by MIKE CHAIKEN