With New York’s Bridal Week over I have examined all the collections closely, and here are ten wedding dress trends that you will see a lot of in the coming year.
Think pink, heavy embellishment, halter necks and mullet wedding dresses!
Judging by designers such as Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier or Jenny Lee, pink is the new white. Celebrity brides such as Jessica Biel and Anne Hathaway have already embraced this trend. Will you?
These sexy necklines will put all the focus on your shoulders and décolleté. Here are some of the best examples from Kenneth Poole, Johanna Johnson and Christos.
Give a little peek of your legs with these stunning wedding dresses. The slit makes them both elegant and sexy. Here are some designs from Eve Of Milady, Johanna Johnson and Maggie Sottero.
If you want to ditch the traditional long gown and show more leg, then Ines Di Santo, Monique Lhuillier and Johanna Johnson have the perfect designs for you. You might also want them as a second dress to wear after the ceremony.
Mullet wedding dresses
If you are divided between choosing a long or short dress, then look no further. Matthew Christopher Couture, Maggie Sottero and Ines Di Santo will help you make a statement at your wedding with these unique dresses.
Lace illusion knecklines
Strapless has been the go-to neckline for quite a while now, but these days, it seems that lace illusion necklines are making a play for the top spot. See the best examples from Anne Barge, Jenny Packham and Christos.
Although silver is still the most popular accessory, gold seems to be featuring more every year. Romona Keveza RTW even included a gold wedding dress on her Fall collection, as seen below. Badgley Mischka and Jenny Packham kept it more subtle.
This trend is an ongoing one, and it looks like it is here to stay, for now! See the amazing designs by WTOO – Watters, Ines Di Santo and Monique Lhuillier.
Wedding dresses with embellished bodices add extra sparkle, glamour, sophistication and will show off your unique style. It also keeps the attention on the narrowest part of your body and creates balance between the torso and skirt. See what Ines Di Santo, Kenneth Pool and Badgley Mischka have to offer.
Bows were everywhere, some are girly and others oversized, dramatic and exaggerated. These are designs by Jenny Packham, Vera Wang and Kenneth Pool.
Which trend would you follow and which one just has to dissapear?
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