Monique Lhuillier Gothic Blood-Dyed Tulle Ballerina Gown

Monique Lhuillier Wedding GownThe sexiest Bloodsuckers monster has once again been popularized with the successes of Twilight and True Blood. It actually surprised and may we didn't see more gothic romance on the Fall runways again than the New York Fashion Week Trend Alert: Bloodsuckers; even though, we still have London, Milan, and Paris to go. A handful of New York designers delivered sultry, moody looks complete with sharp black outwear, ruffled blouses, lace aplenty, blood-colored tights and tulle, and neck-baring sexiness.

Of these Bloodsuckers collection, I have to pick Monique Lhuillier's Gothic Blood-Dyed Tulle Ballerina gown as the best red dress of the night inspired by goth ballerina costumes. Lhuillier, who majored in fashion design at FIDM, launched her self-titled company in 1996 with a bridal collection. After becoming a top American Gothic wedding dresses designer, Lhuillier added ready-to-wear and eveningwear in 2001. She has attracted fans such as Kristen Stewart, Drew Barrymore, Hilary Swank, and Katie Holmes. There are Monique Lhuillier salons in Beverly Hills and Minneapolis.

Steered away from the popular choice of scarlet and opted for a slightly darker shade of cranberry, Monique Lhuillier’s gothic gown had a fresh ballerina style silhouette with all of the layers of tulle. Even more, the way the skirt and bodice comes together with a simple band of black at the waist offers a wonderful nod to the beauty of the 50′s era gowns.

The choice of wearing the richer cranberry tone of the Monique Lhuillier's Gothic Blood-Dyed Tulle Ballerina gown will give a compliment to your olive skin and also your dark brown hair in just the right way. And finally, the way the tulle skirt came right above Ferragamo shoes gave a youthful feel to the entire look.