The Most Amazing Spring 2016 Bridal Trends- Part 2
We hope you had a blast with the first part of spring 2016 bridal trends. In the last post, we talked of how the designers have worked with the overskirt, created niche looks with illusions and much more. Without spending any more time, here’s more for the new brides!
Welcome the pants: Two-piece bridal wear is not entirely new for sure, but in 2016, you will see a lot of pants! Yes, from designer tuxedos to wide legged designs with all the feminine elements, there were plenty of ideas that a new bride would love to toy with. Again, this is rather an unconventional choice, so you need to carry that attitude to make things work. However, pants don’t mean that you cannot have the passion of a lady, and that’s precisely what top designers showed in their collections. Some of the best designs were spotted at Carolina Herrera, Naeem Khan and Pamella Roland.
Show off that cut: Well, if you are the daring new age bride, plunging neckline should be the trend for you in spring 2016. Amazingly interesting and effective at the same time, this is something that can be interpreted in new ways as you like. Since it’s for a special day, you need to balance the skin show without taking away the essence of this trend, and we recommend that you check with the top designs and see how they have worked with the trend. The best V-necklines were spotted at Ines Di Santo, Reem Acra and Naeem Khan. If you want to go a little subtle, you can check the designs at Jenny Packham and Mira Zwillinger.
Sheer it is: Honestly, we have seen sheer designs in bridal wear in the past too, but this time, it is more of a full-fledged trend, and you will love this like no other. Sheer skirts are one of the biggest trends this season, and most girls would love to try this one because it is experimental but doesn’t really take away from the essence of wedding. If you want to be the special and brave bride, you can check the designs at Christos Costarellos and Tony Ward for Kleinfeld, while for more balanced options, there are some really cute and trending ideas at Oscar de la Renta, Amsale, and Galia Lahav. Let the sheer skirt flow with all the detailed elements for a great bridal affair!
Slit it now: High slits seemed to be reserved for the red carpets, but not anymore! Many top designers have their classic designs a quick twist with thigh high slits, which worked big time without going over the top. Some of the names that you may want to see for this one include Victoria Kyriakides, Christos Costarellos and Mira Zwillinger. This trend can be easy to tone down, so you know the line you want to maintain. For the bold bride, nothing is a limit for sure!
Have a great wedding season ahead, until we see you next time for more!
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