Upcoming Wedding Dress Trends of Spring 2015

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Every bride wants to look beautiful on her wedding day. For many, this translates to being fashionable and beautiful. Otherwise, many brides would still be walking the aisles in balloon dresses with puffed sleeves and hair tousled through the roof.

Therefore, many brides turn to magazines and the Internet to get an idea of ​​the types of bridal fashions they like and what fashion elements they could incorporate when searching for their own special wedding dress.

The wedding season kicks off from April, which means that many spring brides are currently in search of the dress of their dreams before then. Today’s brides have a host of trends to choose from and those trends are shaping the brides of the future.

Sleeves remain a huge hit well into 2015 and brides have the Royal Wedding of the Century to thank. When Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge married Prince William, she walked down the aisle in a long-sleeved white Alexander McQueen gown.

Their wedding took place in 2011 and it continues to influence brides who are tired of the strapless wedding dress or who require more modest dresses for religious ceremonies. Even Kim Kardashian ditched her typical sexy dress options to marry Kanye West in a sleeved wedding dress.

Many brides are delighted that sleeveless wedding dresses have become a trend with lasting power, but the next step in bridal fashion has exploded onto the scene. Some brides don’t want long sleeves, instead they want to balance a little sexy with a little modesty. For those types of brides, the new off-the-shoulder look is for them.

The style evokes romance and allows women to show off their delicate collarbones without showing it all. This style was seen on all the major catwalks this season and dates back to a time when one may have stumbled upon Jane Austen in the country.

Much like the sleeve trend, color seems to be another longevity bridal fashion. Stark white rarely favors brides, so designers approached the possibility of playing with color by introducing cream, then blush, and champagne into their color palettes.

Now designers like Vera Wang boldly demonstrate black wedding dresses and dresses with black accents, while others show green dresses on their runways. Interestingly, brides are choosing colored dresses and dresses with pops of color, thus increasing the demand for wedding dresses of all colors.

Many girls dream of being princesses when they grow up and their wedding day allows them to live their dream. Thus, this year the designers highlighted the full tulle dresses on their catwalks. The dresses conjured up images of fabulous princesses ready to marry their prince.

However, not all dresses were full and they were fabulous. Many designers adopted a more modernized concept of the princess bride and simplified tulle to give their dresses an ethereal feel without bulk.

A trend that has started to gain strength and flourish in 2015 has to do with the back. Most wedding guests are forced to stare at the bride’s back for most of the ceremony. A lightbulb went on in the heads of some designers and they decided to create dresses with backs that would rival the beauty of the Sistine Chapel.

Next year is a great one for brides. Designers have listened to your requests and complied by creating beautiful dresses that any woman would die for. Soon there will be an influx of beautiful and fashionable brides who will hit the aisles. Talk about some very lucky boyfriends.

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