One thing’s for sure, Lazaro loves high glamour and never skimps on it. For his Fall 2012 Collection, Lazaro shunned traditional white wedding dresses in favor of creamy butterscotch, sherbet-toned peach, pale taupe and the kicker, his finale gown with a rainbow-hued cotton candy tulle skirt.
The great thing about a Lazaro collection is that there will be plenty of special design elements you won’t see anywhere else. His signature beading and embroidery is always lush and glamorous. Take his dusty, pale taupe slip gown, fully floral embroidered and beaded, from head to toe. This dress is femininity at its best and echoes the current RTW trend for lacy, flowery gowns à la Valentino.
Lazaro also injects his signature colors into this collection, like peach and warm toffee tones. Just like his romantic embroideries, color always makes an appearance and this season he remains ahead of the curve with his delightfully wearable shades.
His pretty pastel tulle duos have an old world Dior Couture feel to them--one, a bold peach sherbet ball gown, the other a circle-skirted mouth-watering shade of butterscotch. Both gowns have touches of embellishments that don’t overpower, but quietly compliment.
Even his simplest dresses, like the blush trumpet gown in gleaming satin, has a sheer, fully floral-encrusted lace bodice that sits delicately over the sexy sweetheart neckline. This is modern glamour at its best. Nothing fussy, just fabulous, flawless design.
Lazaro’s NOIR collection once again had us squealing with delight over the short, flippy little minis in lace with très jolie bell-shaped skirts. So flattering! Gowns in the chicest shade of mocha, violet and jet all came with sassy peplums that look oh so right now. His slim column with a deep V-neckline in charmeuse and a matte crepe skirt is super elegant and ideal for every mother of the bride or groom.