Best Bridal Trends from The Fall Collections – Part 2
The fall bridal collections are out, and we already gave you a few hints and ideas on some of the major trends on the runways. Taking the same series ahead, we take a closer look at some more trends from fall bridal collections 2015, and we will talk of some exclusive ways on how you can take the right cues for designing your wedding down later.
Playing with tulle and ruffles: One of the best new trends from fall 2015 is the coming of tulle and ruffles that were exclusively used in a mix for creating wedding gowns that seemed like a cake with tiers. The designs were so perfect that every bride will enjoy the princess like feel. If you want to go for this style, remember that the minimal style is not great for the trend. You need to go out and show off. The designers to check include Amsale, Badgley Mischka, and Claire Pettibone. For the best of minimal style ideas, you can check the wedding gown at Claire Pettibone.
Add a bit of magic: Having magic for the overall look is something that many designers have experimented in a good way. The new style of showing off is balancing the classical gown with an element of visuals. To be honest, you are likely to find these kinds of gowns only with popular designers, and that means this one would need a good investment. The designers you want to check include Mark Zunino, Kenneth Pool, Pnina Tornai, and Carolina Herrera.
Designer backs: The backs of the new age wedding gowns are all about showing off in style. The designers have gone for completely bare designs to coming to subtle artwork. One of the most edgy styles for a bride for sure, and yet there is immense style in every single side. Some of the biggest designers that have worked with backs with a surprise include Badgley Mischka, Ines Di Santo, and Pnina Tornai. However, the best attempt at this new style of wedding gown has to go to Temperley London, where the bare back was given a good twist, without stretching the style too far.
Long sleeves are back: Long sleeves for the fall season aren’t really much of a phenomenal trend, but some of the designers gave a good twist to it by going for lighter designs. The good thing about this trend is the fact that you can be at ease, even when the wedding day is covered in snow. Make sure to check some of the biggest designers and their styles with long sleeves, including that of Theia, Claire Pettibone, Houghton, Naeem Khan and Temperley London. Also, if you want to go for the bare back style, long sleeves can do quite of a balance for the entire look.
We hope we have covered it all for you. Bridal gowns are becoming a genre of experiments, and it is quite a good time to try something unconventional for a special wedding. Keep coming back for more fashion updates!
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