Fabulous Wedding Dresses
Like many women, you most likely fantasized about your dream wedding day for years, giving tremendous thought to what your dress will look like. It’s certainly a day where all eyes will be transfixed on you and therefore you want to look breathtakingly beautiful. And although you may have a general idea of the type of bridal gowns you’re searching for, sometimes all your preconceived plans go right out the window when it comes time to actually go shopping for that one special bridal look. There are just so many lovely shapes, silhouettes and wedding trends to consider!
And with wedding trends changing on a constant basis, it’s always important to keep up-to-date with the latest styles, which will definitely help in broadening your wedding dress horizons and give you a clear idea of what to look for prior to shopping. Here are some top 2014 trends in wedding dresses and bridal style.
Showcase a one-shoulder dress. One of the hottest bridal dress trends in 2014 is the one-shoulder wedding dress. Imagine an elegant and classic Grecian goddess look. These dresses are quite elegant and regal, not to mention they are gracing the red carpet on today’s hottest celebrities.
Enhance your dress with flower embellishment. Rosettes and flower treatments have emerged as the most popular detailings on wedding dresses this year. And being that they exude timeless femininity and romance, they are perfect for a wedding dress.
Choose a soft ivory hue. Soft ivory is currently the most popular color for designer wedding and bridal gowns. However, if you’re opting for something more traditional, many women still prefer the classic white dress.
Wear a statement-making trumpet dress. A trumpet dress is a narrow sheath dress, which tapers the body beautifully from bodice to thigh, with a fully flared bottom above the knee for ease with movement like walking down that memorable aisle and dancing the night away at your fabulous reception.
Prepare a separate wedding and reception dress. One of the most interesting wedding dress trends in 2014, is actually to go for two dresses in one day-one for the wedding and another for the reception. This is a very sensible and convenient idea as reception dresses offer greater ease for eating, dancing, as well as meeting and greeting all of your guests. You'll feel comfortable and glamorous at the same time.