Best Spring 2017 Bridal Trends at a Glance – Part 2
We started off the spring 2017 trend checks with the bridal collections last week, and we hope you enjoyed the post as much as we loved creating it for you. In this special post, we will talk of some more picks for spring 2017 bridal trends, along with our usual tips and tricks on getting the most of the styles.
Floral elements: Floral appliqués were a big show in spring 2016, as well, and it isn’t quite surprising to find that many designers took at ahead to this year. In 2017, you are going to see some really pretty 3D floral designs in the wedding stores, probably inspired from the runway trends. Angel Sanchez worked with a lot of these designs, offering the perfect feminine touch to otherwise same looking wedding outfits. The trend was also echoed by a lot of other designers including Randi Rahm, Marchesa and Mira Zwillinger.
Show it off: Plunging necklines aren’t exactly new in spring, but when combined with other elements of the bridal gowns, this comes off as a true trend with a lot of elements. The best thing about this trend is the fact that you can experiment and try things as they match your personal tastes. A lot of designers worked with deeper necklines, including names like Marchesa, Oscar de la Renta, Anne Barge, and Lela Rose. What’s interesting is the fact that none of the designs seemed to over influence the looks and cleavage, but of course, these are thin models. It is best to consider your body type before you take the shot.
Love the cuts: The most unique trend this season has to be the cut-out gown and dresses that made an instant impact on and off the runways. These are looks that have a great element of surprise, and it doesn’t have to be extremely obvious. Most of the cut-out ideas seen on the ramp are extremely versatile and offers something new for all choices. You can check a few ideas with Lela Rose, Randi Rahm, Jenny Packham, and Angel Sanchez to name a few. Keep in mind that the look doesn’t have to show off skin in a big way, instead you can simply choose a more subtle look for the entire gown with sheer materials for the cut-outs.
Not a match: Many designers also worked with asymmetrical hemlines, with bigger mermaid like looks for the back and short mini hemline for the front. This has to be the most unique look for the season and offers something amazing with experiment with. Monique Lhuillier, Ines Di Santo, Alyne by Rita Vinieris, and Anne Barge were some of the shows that had emphasized on this trend in a big way. The good thing is you can choose between the ideas- extreme highs and extreme low floor sweeping gowns or a balance with minimal difference.
Weddings are for once, and when you want it to be special, the gown deserves all the attention and love. Have a great spring ahead!
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