trendy wedding dresses 2015

Back in the spring of last year, some famous design­ers pre­sent­ed the lat­est wed­ding fash­ion at a show in New York, so that the brides had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to pre­pare for the upcom­ing impor­tant event. It should be not­ed that fash­ion­able wed­ding dress­es 2015 are a song of ten­der­ness, fem­i­nin­i­ty and light­ness.

The best collections of wedding dresses 2015

Many design hous­es nec­es­sar­i­ly include mod­els of wed­ding dress­es in their shows. At the lat­est demon­stra­tion, the fol­low­ing brands attract­ed atten­tion:

  1. The nov­el­ty in the line of wed­ding dress­es 2015 was shown by Car­oli­na Her­rera. She invit­ed the brides to dress in ele­gant, grace­ful, lacon­ic out­fits. The design­er called her col­lec­tion “hid­den lux­u­ry” and indeed, at first glance, sim­ple dress­es are orig­i­nal­ly com­ple­ment­ed by lace, rib­bons, embroi­dery, frills, stun­ning trains and a veil that must fall on the face.
  2. Indi­an design­er Naeem Khan pleas­ant­ly impressed the audi­ence with fash­ion­able wed­ding dress­es of 2015, which are dis­tin­guished by incom­pa­ra­ble inserts from oth­er fab­rics, hand embroi­dery and appliqués, per­fo­ra­tions, shiny crys­tals, eth­nic fringe.
  3. The March­esa design­er saw girls walk­ing down the aisle in roman­tic and airy out­fits. She took the Empire style with its fem­i­nine lines as a basis, and dec­o­rat­ed the dress­es with pearls, crys­tal, and lace. It turned out stun­ning out­fits that will not leave indif­fer­ent any bride. By the way, March­esa aban­doned veils in their mod­els, pre­fer­ring intri­cate hair­styles.
  4. Oscar de la Renta is con­sid­ered a clas­sic of bridal fash­ion — his 2015 dress­es this time again meet all the require­ments of a clas­sic out­fit, how­ev­er, a lit­tle exper­i­ment was the cre­ation of a fash­ion­able ensem­ble for a beach par­ty.
  5. Ale­na Goret­skaya, whose dress­es brides sim­ply adore for their con­ve­nience and prac­ti­cal­i­ty, drew inspi­ra­tion from Italy, so her entire col­lec­tion turned out to be very fes­tive, joy­ful, sun­ny, with an abun­dance of lace, flow­ers, and guipure.
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Wedding dress trends 2015

The trend this year will be touch­ing, charm­ing, weight­less dress­es. The most cur­rent mod­els are as fol­lows:

  1. Lush wed­ding dress­es 2015 have become a lit­tle lighter through the use of trans­par­ent, fly­ing fab­rics and thin lace, silk, chif­fon, organ­za.
  2. The “mer­maid” mod­el is still rel­e­vant, which fits per­fect­ly on a thin fig­ured waist.
  3. Many short wed­ding dress­es 2015 have a sim­ple clas­sic design. Pho­tos of mod­els in short wed­ding dress­es 2015 in the style of Kate Mid­dle­ton attract both young brides and women who mar­ry in adult­hood. To look more expres­sive, you can dec­o­rate such a dress with a flower or an unusu­al embroi­dered belt.
  4. Both deep cuts and mod­est round­ed ones are in trend. The sleeves can also be of var­i­ous lengths, but it is desir­able that they be slight­ly low­ered to show off a beau­ti­ful shoul­der. By the way, most often the sleeves are made of a veil — design­ers bor­rowed this tech­nique from the retro style.
  5. Among the pop­u­lar details are not only lace inserts, but also decor with pearls, crys­tal, glass beads — mate­ri­als that have a mat­te sheen.
  6. The choice of col­or is still up to the bride. The romance of the event can be ful­ly empha­sized by a vio­let, pink, coral, vanil­la dress.
  7. The train is the detail that allows you to look like a queen. There­fore, it makes sense to real­ize your child­hood dream of a wed­ding dress, as the train is in favor this year, and it can be as artis­tic as your imag­i­na­tion tells you.

A bride with any fig­ure and with any bud­get will be able to find in such a vari­ety of dress­es the one in which she can become the most beau­ti­ful and hap­pi­est.

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