Foto/ Fustanet më të bukura të nuserisë nga koleksioni Vjeshtë 2018 i stilistëve më të njohur

Java e modës në New York, Paris e Milano solli dizenjo të reja dhe magjepsëse, ku në pasarela u ngjitën disa prej shtëpive të modës më të njohura të momentit.

Koleksionet e fustaneve të nuserisë spikatën mes tyre, ku shumë stilistë sollën ide të reja dhe moderne tek fustani klasik për ditën më të rëndësishme të femrës.

Nëse do të martoheni në vjeshtën e këtij viti, hidhini një sy këtyre 26 fustaneve, secila me nga një model të ndryshëm që i përshtatet stilit unik të çdo nuseje.

Image result for Area This pantsuit is what we imagine a modern-day Bianca Jagger would take the plunge in—floppy white hat and studded, leopard-print pumps included.
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Image result for Fendi A breezily romantic prairie silhouette, grounded by sturdy Western-style boots, would be ideal for an outdoor ceremony in a field surrounded by wildflowers. Photo: Indigital.tv
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Nga Jason Wo
Image result for Bevza A body-skimming slip (with full sleeves, no less!) is made all the more practical when cinched with a fanny pack that could take the place of the bouquet.
Bevza
Image result for Brandon Maxwell Leave it to the athleisure-loving Gigi Hadid to model a millennial-friendly twist on the ball skirt: a look topped with a fitted hoodie (a shirt and “veil” in one!).
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Image result for Tory Burch Even amid a tangle of pink carnations, Burch’s whisper-thin slip didn’t come across as saccharine—and would be every bit as coolly pretty in the honeymoon boudoir, too.
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Image result for Collina Strada Hillary Taymour message this season was “love yourself.” That meant a fashion show modeled after a wedding ceremony, replete with “flower girls” and a bride in denim cargos and sneakers coupled with a cutaway skirt and a pierced-nipple tee sure to send any feminist’s heart aflutter
Nga Collina Strada
Image result for Comme des Garçons Rei Kawakubo offered a rock ’n’ roll interpretation of the princess bride, complete with a band jacket crafted from padded lace and towering platform boots that were nothing short of extravagant.
Nga Comme des Garçons
Image result for Stella McCartney The covered-up look took on an impossible lightness, and sex appeal, in transparent tulle and etched lace delicate enough to make the groom blush.
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Image result for Cushnie et Ochs Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs celebrated 10 years in business with a collection done in a predominately neutral palette that could pass as bridal white. This sculpted bodice-cut number was a clear standout.
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Image result for Escada Emily Ratajkowski recently defied expectations when she wore an orange pantsuit for her courthouse wedding ceremony. Escada’s pristine white version—accented with gold maritime buttons and jewel tone accessories—would hit the same off-kilter note in a more traditional bridal palette.
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Image result for Guy Laroche Richard René married the radical with the minimalist, as seen in this high-neck, handkerchief-hem dress with a sheer-paneled keyhole cut down to there.
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Image result for Prabal Gurung Understated up top, intricate down below, Prabal Gurung’s feathered number is the best of both aesthetic worlds—and what’s more, it’s versatile enough to fly at the ceremony and the reception.
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Image result for Rosie Assoulin Who says you can’t wear a crop top on your wedding day? Certainly not Assoulin, who paired a midriff-baring halter with a maxi skirt with rainbow-stripe trim—a convincing combination for the bride who dreams of tying the knot barefoot on a white-sand beach.
Nga Rosie Assoulin
Image result for The Row Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s demure blouse and ankle-grazing skirt had a Georgia O’Keeffe vibe to suit a bohemian bride with a flair for sleek separates.
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