Tying the knot this year? If you are in a fix as to what gown to wear that people will remember for the next few years, here’s a look into the trending designs in bridal gowns. See for yourself which one look best on you.
The Light-As-Air Ball Bridal Gown:
This year it is the ball gown that takes the wheels owing to a relaxed silhouette and the use of breezy fabrics. Designers trending this style include Monique Lhuillier, Vera Wang and Marchesa. However, they approach was a lighter one this season.
Modern Minimalism for the Classy Bride:
Although, bling is something that has its own place in the heart of every woman, this year’s inspiring looks include tailored looks and clean lines. The Amsale style is a good example of this style. It is characteristic of the ‘Americana’ aesthetic and is perfect for the bride looking to be comfy and stylish on her d-day.
Crop tops and cut-outs are the latest in bridal outfit trends and guess what? You can also flaunt then in your bridal shower or bachelorette party and other such pre-wedding events. Although, you may feel that it’s a little over the edge show of skin, but don’t worry, it’ll create a lasting impression on everyone attending your wedding. In fact, several designers have taken to this style in wedding gown.
Get Dramatic with Neckline:
If you are bored of sweetheart or strapless necklines, this is your chance to go dramatic on your neckline. Plunging V-neck or simple high necks are trending in the latest fashion shows. Don’t count your money as marriage is once in a lifetime event!
The Shoulder Effect:
Off-shoulders have always been super sexy. They are figure-flattering and romantic at the same time. Give your off-shoulder dress a sleeve treatment to create a triangular shape and ‘whittles’ at the waist.
With the above-mentioned trends in bridal gowns, you have multiplied your options and don’t have to worry about what to wear to your wedding anymore. However, make sure that you choose linen as the fabric for your bridal gown as it is elegant and comfortable even on hot, summer days.