Kenneth Pool Stays Classic With Chantilly Lace for Spring 2017

With elegant silhouettes but daringly low backs, Kenneth Pool's Spring 2017 wedding dresses define modern romance.
by Stephanie Cain
Kenneth Poole Spring 2017 wedding dresses with form-fitting silhouettes, Chantilly lace and sweeping trains

The Designer: Kenneth Pool

The Details: For the bride commanding the spotlight, this collection, designed by Amsale Aberra, is it: With classic Chantilly lace accents, low backs and delicate embroidery, these wedding dresses add volume and depth without sacrificing the feminine figure, thanks to the fit-to-flare design.

The Looks: Chantilly lace inspired the collection and was used on the fitted sleeves of a fit-to-flare gown with an open back and in the back panels of a silk magnolia gown. Hand-beading and 3-D floral appliqués adorned tulle skirts, including a show-stopping final look—a strapless magnolia silk ball gown—and the detachable tulle skirt and train of a romantic, stretch charmeuse, fit-to-flare dress.

See every dress from Kenneth Pool's Spring 2017 line below. Love the looks? Shop Kenneth Pool wedding dresses that are available right now.

Kenneth Pool Spring 2017 Chantilly lace, long-sleeve, fit-to-flare gown with hand-beaded appliqué and open back

Kenneth Pool Spring 2017 fit-to-flare, silk magnolia gown with hand-beaded, silk flower-adorned, tulle skirt

Kenneth Pool Spring 2017 fit-to-flare, silk magnolia gown with sheer lace panels on bodice

Kenneth Pool Spring 2017 Chantilly lace, fit-to-flare gown with hand-beaded appliqué and centre front button opening

Kenneth Pool Spring 2017 strapless, silk magnolia ball gown with textured, hand-beaded, tulle skirt

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