Choosing a wedding dress this year, designers recommend to follow one of the five major trends presented on the catwalks within the New York bridal fashion week.
The Duchess Catherine Style – Lace Wedding Dressess
She married the Prince and thus realized the cherished childhood dream of many women. Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, whose wedding occupied one of the most honorable pages in the book of love stories, set a new trend in wedding fashion. Demand creates supply – dresses with lace sleeves, V-neck and a narrow waist, inspired by the Duchess’s wedding dress from Sarah Burton, have been included into Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa and Carolina Herrera collections.
Short Wedding Gowns Revealing Kneess
Wedding gowns with shortened flared hems revealing knees, designed to relieve the pangs of the bride wearing pounds of tulle and lace, are not easy to find. A short-cut hem is usually offered along with other signs of the 1950s’ style, and it means that you have to be ready to fully keep to this style. Designers make us think in this direction, offering a few similar options in their collections.
Wedding Monique Lhuillier Jackets
’A jacket is a new veil!’ – the French-born American designer Monique Lhuillier says. The designer offers a new collection of wedding dresses where there is a number of variations of a jacket with a round neck as a complement to the dress, if not dress-jackets. We can believe the designer, whose authority in the world of bridal fashion can not be questioned since 1996: Britney Spears, Ashlee Simpson, Pink and Reese Witherspoon got married in wedding dresses by Monique Lhuillier
Pastel Colored Wedding Gownss
Jessica Biel painted the happiest day of her life in soft pink tones of a wedding dress by Giambattista Valli, so we don’t hurry to look for a snow-white outfit either. A pink wedding dress – why not? Such cases in the history of celebrity weddings are numerous – so it is time to announce a new wedding trend and to try the tasty variations of pastel shades offered in the collections by Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa.
Black & White Wedding Dresses
But who said that a wedding dress – no matter if it’s lace or silk, short or long – should be single-colour? A white dress and a black veil, or maybe black gloves and a black bodice – this is Vera Wang’s style!