Best Bridal Wear Trends From Fall 2015 – Part 1
Bridal Fashion Weeks are always special. After all, we get to see so many new styles, and the amazing innovative interpretations of the modern bride that it is hard to stick to the classics. If you are someone who loves to wear the runway trends and have a wedding around the corner, some of the best trends from bridal fall 2016 collections should be worth a take. Check these amazing ideas that surely should add variety to the choices you make for the big day with special tips on getting the style right.
The spaghetti strap is back: If the spring 2015 bridal trends had off shoulder gowns, the same differed with a twist for the fall, where the spaghetti strap seemed to be the new love. The new wedding outfits are more edgy and happening in more ways than one, and some of the leading designers have come up with the trend in their own ways. The designers you would want to check include Temperley London, Naeem Khan, and Pnina Torna. A special mention about the dress spotted at Pnina Torna, which was more of an amalgamation of many things, and the design and fabric match was simply wow. For getting this style right, the simplicity of the design matters a lot and you want to be assured that the style will flaunt your shoulders.
The crop style: Easily the most trending and experimental trend from bridal collections for fall 2015, the cropped top or the midriff showing two piece wedding outfits deserve a lot of attention. Just like we had this trend in casual clothing, it seems that going for it for special day isn’t going to be hard. While we cannot replicate it all from the runway, you can certainly opt for this trend in a more minimal way. Start balancing the materials and ‘bare to show’ proportion, and if you are looking for ideas, designers to check include Theia, Carolina Herrera, and Delphine Manivet. Cropped styles are getting popular, but certainly this is not the trend for traditional bride.
Welcome the high slit: This is one trend that needs a lot of guts and yet, there is something special about the high slit for the bridal wear. Thankfully, we have been having some great unexpected changes in the clothing choices for bridal wear, including the shift of colour from classic white to softer pinks and blues. The high slit might seem like a little innovative and edgy, but you can experiment easily with the right approach. The designers worth checking include Pamella Roland, Houghton, Reem Acra, and Ines Di Santo. Start focusing on how long slit you would want, and your designer can find shaped gowns that can hug rest of the body in the right way.
In the next part on the series, we will talk some of the even bigger bridal trends, which should on your list for some cool variance from the usual white bride gown! Keep an eye on this space for more!
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