Popular Wedding Dress Styles
The most difficult task for any bride when planning a wedding, is selecting the right gown. With your bridal army you scour the racks for the right dress for you. In spite of wanting to please those in your family or bridal party, a bride must pick the dress that makes her feel like a bride. The new wedding dresses for this season are sure to make any bride feel like the princess in a fairy tale.
When the dress first appeared on the runaway at fashion shows, it wowed the audience. For brides the main concern would be that it would accentuate the hips or other problem areas in a bad way. However, the peplum dresses come in different volume peplums to fit any body shape, curvy or boyish. Peplum wedding dresses add a level of haute couture to your wedding, the perfect choice for a fashionista bride. With a variety of shapes and different cuts, brides will be able to find a peplum dress that fits their figure and is as unique as their personality.
Lace covered the runway this year in bridal fashion shows. Most brides are leery of lace, mostly because putting on a lace gown gives some brides a slight urge to sit on their grandmother’s piano and act like a doily. This year, lace has lost its infamous doily stereotype and been updated. The use of lace overlays, lace and sheer overlays, lace has brought romance to the perfect white gown. Along with the lace, sheer panels are also gaining popularity, with a little help from Duchess Kate. Brides are still drooling over the royal wedding and the elegance and romance sheer panels and lace brought to that very public occasion. Brides cannot resist the softness and romance brought by this year’s updated lace.
Pop of Color
Look out brides, the wedding party isn’t the only thing sporting a little color. This year the biggest shocker for the bridal fashion show was the large influx of colored wedding dresses. From nude to black, and even red, designers wowed the bridal world. Brides no longer have to stick to the flashing neon-white gown, but they can express their femininity with color. Big designers have caught onto the trend, which started with Vera Wang last year, now Oscar de la Renta and Romano Keveza are including color in their collections. Don’t think the invading color palette will out-shine the white; brides still want the bridal white to stand out on their wedding day.
Not sure what style will best fit you and capture the look you want on your big day? Can’t afford two dresses but want completely different looks for the reception and ceremony? Convertible wedding dresses are here to help. From removable tulle, skirts, trains, and even capes, you capture the unique look for tying the knot and then celebrating it. Removable tulle and trains will give you the chance to dance the night away without worrying about your dress. With convertible dresses you can have the best of both worlds, with soft tulle for the ceremony and sparkle for the reception. Every bride can achieve the look they want on their budget with convertibles.
These wedding gown trends of 2013 are sure to make a splash with any bride and her guests when she walks down the aisle. This year’s best wedding gowns have something for every bride from the most traditional to the more liberal. These styles are sure to make every bride feel like a princess walking down the aisle to meet her prince charming.