What’s New In Bridal Fashion
A wedding is generally one of the most memorable occasions in our lives. The amount of planning and effort most of us put into them speaks to this quite plainly. Many of us end up becoming obsessed with ensuring that things go just right to make the memories perfect. This can be both a good thing and bad thing given how much needs to be don to ensure everything gets done. Frequently this obsession means we end up watching various sources of information for the best ways to make the most of our weddings. We want to know what the decorative trends are while seeing if there any any benefits to a particular style of cake compared to another at the same time that we’re trying to find a solution for seating warring relatives. That’s all before we even get to the visual centerpiece of the wedding: bridal fashion in all its forms. Is it any wonder that we can get so stressed? We’re going to try to help a little by bringing together some of the current trends in bridal fashion in a central location. This way we can spare you at least some of the headache involved in searching for them.
In The Details
One of the more interesting trends going on is related to the addition of three dimensional details to a dress. This translates as designers adding various components to dresses and other bits of bridal fashion that stick out and provide more depth to the outfit. A popular addition in this category are 3D flowers. These faux blooms are added to a dress in all their budding glory to add a layer of interactivity and beauty that would otherwise be missing. Many designers favor details of this sort that are drawn from the natural world. The prevailing trend is to keep these details situated on the bridal outfit itself, but some designers are making use of other trends to utilize stick-on details meant to stick to the skin. Surprisingly, most of the time the visual effect of these additions is minimal. They are tasteful yet playful additions that add a twist to the classic bridal outfit while still allowing the bride to take center stage.
A Dash of Color
Traditional bridal outfits tend to be in a beautiful white. The color has associates with purity and sanctity that are hard to get away from even today. After all, it speaks to a sort of immortal legacy that many brides have thought to be a part of from a younger age. Designers are having none of that this year though. Stunning yellow bridal outfits offer a fresh take on the classic look. They diverge for the easily coordinated white, yes, but the end result is a look that is both different while still maintaining many positive associations. The cheer and good humor found in yellow is sure to rub off on anyone present. These options come in more relatively traditional forms as well as ones capitalizing on current bridal fashion trends. That means you’re free to ignore and accept what traditional elements you want while still making sure your proper personality shines through on your big day. After all, that’s what really matters.
The Skin You’re In
Yellow bridal outfits are a bleed over from the popularity of yellow in this year’s spring fashion. Another thing that bridal fashion is sharing in is the overall exposure of skin this year. Popular dress trends are including various takes on the off-the-shoulder look. The classic look for both sleeves of the dress being off the look remains the most popular, but a single shoulder slid off and asymmetrical dresses are out there and shaking up the more traditional takes on bridal fashion. However, this isn’t the only skin exposure you can expect. Crop tops that expose the midriff are also a somewhat popular look to expect this year. These tend to be relatively solid options that maintain some of the more traditional look while still providing a slightly break from tradition. It offers a playful look similar to a choice of yellow as the outfit color. The last bit of exposed skin you can see in some bridal outfits this year are plunging necklines that offer a way to show off a little during your wedding.
Bridal fashion shifts from season to season just like the rest of fashion. Designers experiment with new looks meant to innovate on old concepts. This year is no different. You’ve got plenty of room to play with looks this year that can let you have just the style you want for your big day. All that you need to do is find someone who is catering to your sense of style and that is frequently less time consuming than most other things you’ll find yourself doing.