From stand out colours to statement tiers, take a closer look at some of the wedding dress trends taking 2015 by storm
Trends may come and go, but by taking inspiration from the very latest styles in bridal fashion, you could find your way to the perfect wedding dress.
Be inspired by these gorgeous wedding dress trends, all set to be big news for fashionable summer 2015 brides.
- Minimal and ModernOdette — Romantica
From the front, this dress by Romantica is a perfect trendsetter for 2015: bridal minimalism is all the rage and that means satin, square cuts and sharp tailoring to create a chic look for a bride. There is no beading, embroidery or lace at first glance, creating a clean and modern look — but the back features a beautiful cowl scoop, and a lace inset provides a traditional touch.
For more information visit: www.romanticaofdevon.co.uk
- Half SleevesStyle D1748 — Essense of Australia
For a summer bride, half sleeves provide elegance without turning the temperature up too much — and if you opt for an “illusion” jacket, you can remove the sleeves after the ceremony. This fit-and-flare gown by Essence of Australia features a gorgeous scalloped hem and train and a figure-flattering bodice with swirls of lace embroidery. The lace illusion jacket is available separately.
For more information visit: www.essensedesigns.com
- Return of the FishtailStyle 7039 — Mark Lesley
The fishtail — or mermaid — shape dress has never really gone out of fashion, but it’s making a very welcome return as a top trend this summer. Traditional fishtail dresses were often made with satin, but this season, lace is the way forward. This beautiful lace fishtail dress by Mark Lesley is framed by straps that cross at the back.
For more information visit: www.marklesley.co.uk
- Keyhole BackStyle 5510 — Tia by Benjamin Roberts
Giving any dress a modern twist, the keyhole back is a great way for a bride to ooze sex appeal without losing any of her elegance. At the front, this dress has an elegant v-neck with delicate beading; at the back, the incredible key-hole feature will look fresh, modern and amazing — particularly when your guests look on while you say your vows.
For more information visit: www.benjaminroberts.co.uk/tia
- Ravishing RedTerena from Donna Salado
A coloured dress is a bold choice, but this season you can really rock your wedding day with a ravishing gown in scarlet. Red is the “it colour” this summer and this vibrant, strapless taffeta gown from Donna Salado will be talked about for years. Perfect for brunettes and redheads, wear bright red roses in your hair to ignite the look.
For more information visit: www.marklesley.co.uk
- Tasteful TiersStyle 8779 — Justin Alexander
We’ve seen many structured tier dresses in recent years, but this season’s tiered trend is much softer and dreamier. Captured perfectly here by Justin Alexander, this beautiful tulle and silk dupion ball gown, featuring a strapless neckline, has gentle, asymmetric tiers that tumble down from the figure-flattering beaded belt.
For more information visit: www.justinalexanderbridal.com
- Exquisite IvoryEliza 69018 — Ronald Joyce
Ivory is a big trend this year as bridal fashion moves away from nudes and back into classic fashion territory. An ivory dress with yellow undertones is great if you have a fair complexion or pink undertones in your skin; if your skin is darker, an off-white ivory will look amazing. This timeless dress by Ronald Joyce has a ruched taffeta bodice on a tulle princess skirt and is available in ivory, white or champagne.
For more information visit: www.ronaldjoyce.com
- Cool ContrastsCamilla 51005 — Madeline Gardner
A vivid contrast is created by mismatching corset and skirt to create a fashionable and fabulous wedding dress. Madeline Gardner’s amazing example features a heavily silver beaded, classic corset in perfect contrast with the opulent ruffle organza skirt. This awe-inspiring dress is also available in three lengths.
For more information visit: www.madelinegardnernewyork.com
- Cut-out HemStyle 1258 — Blush by Hayley Paige
An update to the classic high-low hem, this square cut-out style is more structured and fashion-forward for 2015. In tulle, with spaghetti straps and a stunning corsage, this pretty ballerina style dress scores extra fashion points for the beautiful blush shade. The cut-out hem allows you to show off matching nude shoes.
For more information visit: www.jlmcouture.com
- Bridal Shirts Catrina Shirt from Sassi Holford
The bridal shirt is a fun, funky trend. Lighter than a jacket — and perfect for summer — the bridal shirt adds a highly stylish element to your bridal look. It’s absolutely perfect if you want to look effortlessly elegant during your ceremony and reveal a stunning, strapless dress at the reception. It’s also an accessory you can wear again at other occasions: a lovely, fashionable reminder of your special day.
For more information visit: www.sassiholford.com
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