11.9.09

DREAM WEDDING


Here comes the season of wistful white dresses upon us. These wedding dresses I’ve found online are potential design I might be wearing for my upcoming nuptials. They implement similar looks from each top collection of designer brands. I can guarantee that sassy and sensual are what we can rely on for Fall/Winter 2015. Plunging necklines, color, blingy embellishments, short hemlines, open backs, cutouts and long sleeves all make their way into many runways.
I love dozens of different embellishments to any length of hemlines. Many design above will make even an absentee groom shocked at the many shapes and shades of a wedding dress. Whether it’s the roaring ‘20s, an invasion of crop tops or a look taken right off of the big screen, I’ve spotted the noteworthy details that are sure to be seen on brides next year.
A lace overlay and a ¾ sleeve will no doubt fit into any fall wedding. For a twist on long sleeves, we can all be prepared to see covered arms paired with bare shoulders next fall. It’s also important to find the right balance of sophistication and sex appeal in the gown.
Painterly pastels and metallic are hot for wedding reception décor, and designers have taken note. Many bridal brands are incorporating brides’ favorite fixtures into their bridal gowns. One example is a sherbet colored gown with a hint of metallic that will surely make a statement. Beautifully embellished gown stands out in a shade that’s somewhere between lavender and pink. Pastel is also the new ivory, so going full-on with color will never be a mistake.
Take a sample style from Angelina Jolie, who always makes a statement, not only as a bride but also on a red carpet. Her thigh-high slit has found its way into fall bridal collections. You’ll be feeling like an A-lister when you strut down the aisle. A simpler gown shape works perfectly with a thigh split as high. You can also opt for sleeves when you’re choosing to show off much leg leaves just enough for imagination. There’s nothing wrong with wanting a slit but going about it with a little extra modesty. “Conservative slit” is the best way to describe a cap-sleeve gown.
Bridal boot camps are going to be all about sculpting your backside next year, so be prepared to work it! Low backs, keyholes and illusion netting are on their way. The temps might be cooling down but the gowns are oh-so-hot. So tell us, which design is your favorite?
Photo Credits: www.gbridal.com

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