The Quinceanera dresses from the 2013 Quinceanera.com Orange County Expo and Fashion Show stunned the crowd at the Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort in Garden Grove, Calif., on Sunday, June 30. The styles of the dresses ranged from Quince party dresses perfect for changing into for a surprise dance and lilies daintly painted on bodice corsets.
The first designer to hit the runway stage was Moda 2000. The Anaheim-based dress house showcased designs perfect for changing into during the dance portion of your Quince party. The models wore flowing dresses of aquamarine, hot coral and radiant blue. Cascading chiffon skirts revealed mid-length cocktail dresses. A beige dress covered in white cystals adorned a sheer tulle skirt and a hot coral dress featured a mix of peach leopard print. The audience received a breath of minty freshness with short dresses in seafoam green encrustered with rhinestones at the waistline.
Next, avant-garde designer Raul Corona showcased a flurry of carnaval-inspired Quinceanera dresses complete with adorned masquerade masks. Models floated down the runways and walkways in Quinceanera dresses layered in blue, pink, purple, yellow and green taffeta. The dresses had accents of feathers and ribbon adorning the skirts of the models.
As Raul Corona’s dresses floated off the runway, the models of Angelina Secret Bridal made their grand entrances. The collection, aptly titled ‘Neon’, was inspired by the brightness of summer. Fuschia, yellow, blue and purple Quinceanera dresses glided down the runway. A cheeky orange dress with a rainbow arch twirled around the skirt was the standout piece in the collection.
Enchanting the crowd next were the designs of Mexican desginer-to-the-stars Mitzy. His first models walked out in corsets featuring intricate designs of lilies and celestial angel wings. Known for his colonial-inspired designs, models flaunted gold, blue and purple hued dresses with long ruffled sleeves and multi-colored skirts. A contrasting color peeked out from each of the dresses for an unexpected whirl of color. The collection closed with a purple and lavendar ruffled confection.
Rounding out the dress collection was Moda 2000’s Quinceanera dress collection. Creations of tulle skirts and more were strutted down the runway by the models.
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*Photos by Ralph Godoy