Elegant wedding dresses

Every lit­tle girl dreams of get­ting mar­ried in a snow-white fluffy wed­ding dress from an ear­ly age. Now many design­ers ful­ly sat­is­fy the needs of many, but for what sea­son has been the focus not on pomp and pom­pos­i­ty, but on ele­gance and indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. This year, ele­gant wed­ding dress­es have become the most pop­u­lar and in demand.

Sim­plic­i­ty of lines

So, the skirts have become less puffy, the sil­hou­ette is more fit­ted, and the fab­rics are lighter and more airy. What you should pay atten­tion to when choos­ing an ele­gant wed­ding dress:

  1. Back. This sea­son, design­ers have relied on the back. Dress­es are dec­o­rat­ed with all kinds of cutouts: deep and not very, square, asym­met­ric, heart.
  2. Hour­glass style is the trend of the sea­son. The dress looks very nice, tight­ly fit­ting the whole fig­ure and end­ing with a long train.
  3. Open­work fab­rics. Wed­ding dress­es this sea­son, how­ev­er, as in the past, are sewn from light flow­ing fab­rics or from lace mate­r­i­al, guipure and French pleat­ed tulle.
  4. Asym­me­try. A dress with a one-shoul­der strap will look very gen­tle and ele­gant. And if you choose a wed­ding dress with a flower instead of this strap, then you will not lose and will be the most styl­ish bride of this sea­son.
  5. Length. Such a dress can be long, and even have a train. But more and more often girls choose ele­gant short wed­ding dress­es. Often such dress­es are dec­o­rat­ed with lace inserts or com­plete­ly made of this open­work mate­r­i­al.
  6. Dec­o­ra­tions. Wed­ding dress­es are dec­o­rat­ed with beads, sequins, rhine­stones and embroi­dery. By the way, embroi­dery with flo­ral ele­ments all over the dress looks ele­gant and gen­tle.
See also
Wedding rings Bulgari
wed­ding dress col­or

Undoubt­ed­ly, such col­ors as snow-white, ivory, pale blue, yel­low and the col­or of cham­pagne splash­es remain the leader. The most ele­gant wed­ding dress­es are made in these col­ors. For more dar­ing girls, design­ers offer red, bur­gundy, plum, and even black wed­ding dress­es.