A dozen bridal fashion trends

The bride should not only be hap­py, she should also be fash­ion­able in order to shine among the invit­ed ladies, so that years lat­er, remem­ber­ing her daugh­ter or daugh­ter-in-law about the cel­e­bra­tion, she proud­ly shows her wed­ding pic­tures.

Today, the choice of for­mal dress­es is so great that the eyes run wide. How to choose a real­ly styl­ish dress?

Is there an equivalent for white?

White is a sym­bol of puri­ty, joy, the begin­ning of some­thing. Nat­u­ral­ly, he is the leader in wed­ding fash­ion, leav­ing all oth­er col­ors far behind. In recent years, beige and ivory have begun to “catch up” with him. And this sea­son, design­ers have pro­posed to intro­duce a fash­ion for pink, and in its dif­fer­ent shades — from pink-cream to fuch­sia. Indeed, a good option for a cel­e­bra­tion: such a dress will look very orig­i­nal, gen­tle, fem­i­nine and not extreme. So you will be the most vis­i­ble and beau­ti­ful among the “white brides” in the reg­istry office. In addi­tion, it is easy to pick up a bou­quet and acces­sories for such a dress.

An unusu­al and styl­ish solu­tion will also be a black and white dress.

Acute style

The mod­ern bride is allowed much more than 10 years ago, so she can choose a stun­ning slip dress. These mod­els look insane­ly impres­sive. They open exact­ly as much as nec­es­sary, and the young girl looks both sexy and vir­ginal. It is worth empha­siz­ing that it is the young — mid­dle-aged ladies, due to some social rules, who should choose more closed mod­els.

Lace is a real assis­tant to design­ers in cre­at­ing wed­ding dress­es. This mate­r­i­al gives solem­ni­ty to the dress, makes it fes­tive, light, airy. For those who for some rea­son can­not afford a slip dress with straps, it is rec­om­mend­ed to pay atten­tion to lace wed­ding gloves. This detail will help to hide the angu­lar­i­ty of thin girls and plump hands of plump ones.

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choose a bouquet of roses and white alstroemerias for the bride

A short dress will undoubt­ed­ly make an excel­lent pair of beau­ti­ful long legs. A wed­ding is a won­der­ful occa­sion to once again demon­strate them to guests, espe­cial­ly to the groom’s rel­a­tives. But it is bet­ter to choose the length just above the knee — the dress should not look vul­gar.

The empha­sis on the fig­ure is what you need. Wed­ding fash­ion experts rec­om­mend tight-fit­ting out­fits. But do not buy a corset — it is a thing of the past.

By the way, a fash­ion­able “mer­maid tail” will help to empha­size the fig­ure. Your sil­hou­ette will become more frag­ile, your height will seem taller, your waist will become nar­row­er, and your hips will become even more appe­tiz­ing.

Art Deco with its straight cuts, ele­gant sewing, veils, head­bands, fringe is more pop­u­lar than ever. Very gen­tle, cute and soft style is very suit­able for roman­tic and mod­est natures.

Girls who dream of a puffy dress will also be pleased with the design pro­pos­als. An uncom­fort­able train is irrel­e­vant today, but a volu­mi­nous hem is very appro­pri­ate. It will look espe­cial­ly good on short brides.

An inter­est­ing nov­el­ty in wed­ding fash­ion will be flower appli­ca­tions. Volu­mi­nous and var­ied in size and col­or, they will undoubt­ed­ly dec­o­rate the dress bet­ter than any drap­ery. But you should be care­ful when choos­ing acces­sories and shoes: try to have a min­i­mum of decor or res­onate with the appliqué.

trendy acces­sories

Capes will be fash­ion­able this sea­son: lace, fur, they not only make the image more sophis­ti­cat­ed, but also have prac­ti­cal sig­nif­i­cance.

But the veil will have to lie down on store shelves for now and wait in the wings. Wed­ding hats, head­bands, head­bands made of arti­fi­cial or fresh flow­ers will suc­cess­ful­ly replace it.

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combinations with white hydrangeas and red callas, combinations of burgundy, lilac and purple flowers in a wedding bouquet