Israeli bridal designer Pnina Tornai is famous for her foxy designs, and fans will be delighted to know that her Fall 2015 collection delivers the same glamourous pieces that the label is loved for. Inspired by butterflies and the intricate patterns on their wings, Pnina Tornai’s Fall 2015 collection features gorgeous use of symmetry and bold inserts of sheer panels that give the dresses a sexy edge. While the dramatic gathers and trains might be a little over the top on the first look, rest assured as these details are detachable, which make these dresses instantly more ready-to-wear for every day brides. Check out the collection below!
The first of many dresses in this collection that features Pnani Tornai’s signature structured corset, this short dress with an asymmetrical long train at the back is a darling to wear.
Feel gorgeous like a Grecian goddess in this one-shoulder toga dress with sheer panels to turn up the sex appeal.
We love these two dresses for different reasons. The first dress looks fit for a Broadway musical with its generous use of sequins and ultra dramatic train. On the other hand, the second dress looks like a more ready-to-wear version of the first — while it retains the structured bodice and generous shine, the second dress has a classic and flattering silhouette, and a bold slit placed in the middle of the skirt. Definitely a head-turner!
These two dresses give us a little of the ballerina vibe with their thin straps (a hot trend from the 2015 runways) and short skirts that are accentuated with dramatic and voluminous train.
We love the subtle off-shoulder design (another hot trend from the 2015 runways!) and clever drapes at the waist that help to create a slimming illusion. On the whole, we think this silhouette and design will be great for brides who are inspired by the vintage aesthetic.
This is no doubt a dress for the glamorous and daring bride — we reckon you’ll feel like a celebrity in this dress with its sexy deep-V neckline and the high amount of shine.
Last but not least, this is the dress where you can easily see the source of Pnani Tornai’s inspiration for this collection — butterflies. We love the use of the exaggerated symmetry on the sleeves, and the intricate lattice work on the dress are an obvious reference to the patterns on the butterflies’ wings. Love it.