Dear bride-to-be, it’s time to choose your big day dress, the wedding dress. It’s the most moving and exciting thing to pick up your wedding gown, the dress you dreamed for years. There is no one woman who won’t want the perfect wedding. So do you. SO choose the most suitable and romantic wedding dress for the big day right now. Whether you are a traditional or modern bride, you can find the trendy and elegant pretty bride dress you most want from the top 5 styles wedding gown below.
Minimalist line has always been a classic choice for wedding dress, but in spring and summer 2014, minimalist wedding dress resurgence again. With no more additional decoration, cutting smooth, well-made, the overall effect of minimalist style gives the bride noble and pure elegance.
This season, minimalist line styles are more designed with an hourglass silhouette, white simplicity highlights the waistline, like Amsale, Marchesa create golden ratio with a belt, Carolina Herrera, Christos, Oscar de La Renta, Vera Wang show tailoring in the most natural a great way of pinched waist style. 2014 spring and summer, feel the joy of the wedding in a minimalist style.
Perpetuate wedding trends, 2014 spring and summer show, different levels of material stacked to create a dignified elegance, looming perspective effect make beautiful wedding more romantic and dreamy. Simple and elegant style combined with light tulle, or pick up skirt, let you be the most beautiful bride while walking on the red carpet.
This season, Amsale, Anna Maier, Christos wedding dresses are concise perspective with tulle lining, graceful and moving, full of fairies while walking with the lightness of a full skirt; while Marchesa transparent tulle fabric stacked to create a silhouette of the A-line, decorative trim style makes the dress more sense of wedding dress; unique style, such as Reem Acra, floor -length veil, or the umbrella hanging, fantasy and sense of drama, Monique Lhuillier comes with perspective lace shawl, create the wedding dress queen feeling looming.
Oversized umbrella skirt has been a classic choice for a dream wedding dress style, and one of the reasons is that this style wedding dress successfully satisfy childhood princess feelings. The 2014 spring and summer wedding season, oversized umbrella skirt again resurgence. This season the design continues innovation based on very retro court silhouette which is full of romantic feeling, ruffles, silk stuffing, waist details bring us more choices.
This season the oversized umbrella skirt designed with elegant retro style, such as Kenneth Pool, Monique Lhuillier, wide waist design contrast with wide skirt, focus on slender waist; Reem Acra, Rivini, Carolina Herrera back long and front short styles exposing smooth legs, enjoy a sense of luxury mopping, both sexy and romantic; if you want be unique you can select Vera Wang’s distinctive black and white stitching dresses, Theia White, Romona Keveza, Oscar de La Renta gentle pastel colored embellishment wedding gowns are perfect to who want reveal their own unique personality.
Vera Wang 2014 autumn and winter wedding series surprised us all. “Pink is sensual, sexy; is fantastic, is exquisite; is strong but also callous. Pink is everything!” In this season flowers and beaded three-dimensional stacking is cleverly used into filled with contemporary delicate long dress series; this season tells us the romantic and dreamy, evoking everyone’s mind the most pure love yearning and longing.
But this season brought a veritable onslaught of crop-top wedding dresses.
Each dress shows only a sliver of skin, and the gowns are otherwise pretty conservative. I’d much rather see a discreet inch or two of ribcage than, say, than a wedding dress that dips into the bride’s butt crack.
So, dear, have you determined which style will be your wedding dress style?
Each style is perfect and dreamy for the wedding, right?
Traditional simple or princess style wedding dresses for traditional brides and modern crop top or untraditional pink style wedding gowns for brides who want a unique wedding. Right?