Steal the look of… Valen Hsu

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If you’ve read about Mandopop songstress Valen Hsu’s wedding earlier this month (if you haven’t, check out our earlier blog post here), you would’ve noticed the stunning off-shoulder lace wedding dress that the singer wore for her wedding banquet at Aston House. For brides who are looking to emulate this elegant and sexy look in your own wedding, read on for more inspiration to help you along!

To start off, off-shoulder wedding gowns are one of the hottest trends from the Spring 2015 runways, and it’s not hard to see why! Depending on the cut of the dress, over-shoulder wedding gowns can take you easily from soft and romantic to elegant and regal. Valen’s look, we say, would belong to more of the latter!

The following piece from Pronovias’ Spring 2015 collection would be perfect for brides who are after Valen’s elegant wedding look! The lovely lace elbow-length sleeves are also great for brides who are not so comfortable with showing their arms.

Pronovias
(Photo from Wedding Inspirasi)

This wedding dress from Lela Rose is not quite as luxurious as the one above, but is feminine and romantic nonetheless. We say, this is perfect for the modern and sophisticated bride who is into a more understated and subtle form of beauty. The simple and airy silhouette would also be great for an outdoor wedding!

LelaRose
(Photo from Run Bride Run)

For cute and sweet brides, this piece from Kelly Faetanini will melt your hearts. Featuring a sweetheart neckline and tulle details on the sleeves, this structured lace sheath dress is the perfect combination of soft and hard, and is quite the fit for most body types.

kelly-faetanini
(Photo from Brides)

Finally, for bohemian brides, this piece for Marchesa is what you’ve been looking for. We love how the bodice is structured, while the skirt is draped — definitely a comfortable wedding dress to move around in. The styling is also one of our favourite in Spring 2015 — an untidy soft swept up look that is updated and romantic, without being too prim and proper.

marchesa
(Photo from Snapknot)

Which off-shoulder style do you like best? Let us know!