Austin Scarlett Spring 2016 Collection was inspired by “The Winged Victory of Samothrace,” the second-century Greek sculpture displayed at Paris’ Musée du Louvre. In particular, he cited its sense of flight and movement. The collection goes from modern-romance to whimsical, which you can see in a strapless ball gown with a layered tulle skirt and versatile dresses with detachable trains. See our favorites from the collection below
Love this showstopping draped ballgown! Louvre’s natural waist bodice drapes the full train while the gown is covered in satin rose details.
Cadette is perfect for brides that want more than one bridal look. The first look is a silk, strapless trumpet style gown that has a pleated raised waist bodice connected to a pencil overskirt. The skirt has a back ruffle and another separate underskirt train. When you get to your reception or your wedding after-party, remove the underskirt for a fun cocktail dress ensemble.
Feel like a princess in this strapless ballgown called, Joyeuse. I’m swooning over the stunning skirt layered in waves of tulle.
Another beauty tulle column gown embroidered with crystals, satin petals, and lace. Aloft also has a detachable tulle train for two looks in one.
Victoire was designed as a trumped gown with a bateau neckline and sculpted butterfly bow detail.
See the full collection Scarlet Austin.