Feeling daring for your wedding day? These trends reigned the runways of the Spring 2015 New York Fashion Week.
1) Two Piece Gowns
Crop tops have long been a trending style in the fashion industry and is now gaining popularity in the bridal runways. Designers such as Vera Wang, Oscar De La Renta and Elizabeth Stuart has created a series of two piece gowns for the more contemporary bride. If your wedding is far from conventional this is a great option to consider. The peep of midriff brings a bohemian twist to these gowns.
3) Off the Shoulder
Off the shoulder gowns are romantic and very figure flattering. The neckline runs along the collarbone and generally cut across the figure horizontally twitting your waistline and especially flattering for the well endowed. It is also a great option because you wont have to worry about pulling your strapless dress up all night nor do you have to commit to long sleeves. Its a great mixture of romantic and sexy.
5) Sheer Fabric
Nothing is sexier than a sheer gown clingy to your body, giving off the illusion of skin. This glamours trend leaves just enough to the imagination. The gorgeous embroidery embedded over a nude bodice is sexy yet classy. This style is perfect for brides who are more daring and willing to be a little risque.
2) Cover up with Capelets
Capes are a fantastic way of covering up without committing to a long sleeve gown. Its a very vintage inspired yet bohemian look and almost reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn’s style. This is perfect for brides who love the idea of something trailing behind them but want something different than a long train or veil. Its also a fashionable alternative for religious brides who need to be covered during the ceremony while having the choice to remove it for the reception.
4) Dramatic Necklines
Sky high necklines as well as decollete replaced the traditional sweetheart necklines on the runway this season. Various necklines from halters, v-necks, to sheer tops dominated the runways of Spring 2015 Bridal Week. Dramatic necklines are great for either accentuating a curve or hiding a flaw. For example soaring neck lines are ideal for women who have broader shoulders where as plunging v necks are great for showing off your curves.
6) Soft Color Hues
There’s absolutely no rule that says you have to wear white on your wedding day. This season’s fashion show wreaked havoc with pastel tones such as lilac and pistachio to saturated metallics. Colored gowns is a great attention grabber, who would expect the bride to wear anything but white? Make an unexpected entrance with subtly tinted gowns or even go all out with bold colors.
These 6 bold trends are sure to turn heads on your big day.These trends can also be toned down and incorporated into more traditional wedding gowns. Either way, these trends can set your gown apart this season.