In the last year, and with great subtlety, necklines and strapless in wedding dresses have been making concessions to long sleeves, chenille and velvet. Today brides also give the “I do” defying low temperatures.“In winter I bet on silk chantillys with rebrodés in wool and, of course, in coats with brocades in silk and wool”, tell me Merche Segarra while she is supervising one of the designs of the new collection. Merche is a fan of silk tulle draped, that usually accompanies with angora point. “If you want an important dress, certainly embroidered with applications in velvet and chenille, touches of brightness, super heavyweight crepés and classic taffetas are great options”. And why not! a real Snow Queen should look a touch of fur, shaving the chenille or mink. The funny twist? The bride should wear Moon Boots!