Puffy wedding dresses 2014

Every fash­ion-con­scious bride wants to pick the trendi­est, most roman­tic wed­ding dress. And here, of course, you need to choose from the lat­est col­lec­tions of design­ers, more pre­cise­ly, the col­lec­tions of 2014. Lush wed­ding dress­es 2014 became the most cur­rent trend this year. They were pre­sent­ed in the col­lec­tions of Oscar la Renta, Zuhair Murad, Pronovias, March­esa. Design­ers dec­o­rat­ed the dress­es with an abun­dance of minia­ture flounces, fringes and draperies, mak­ing the out­fit look like a deli­cious and airy meringue.

Along with puffy ball gowns, oth­er no less orig­i­nal styles were demon­strat­ed. What exact­ly? More on that below.

Wedding dresses spring-summer 2014

For girls who are about to get mar­ried this year, the choice may stop at the fol­low­ing styles:

  1. Ball gown wed­ding dress­es with a train. Such a piquant detail as a train gives a spe­cial charm. The train makes the bride a real queen, and the out­fit with this detail looks solemn and unique. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, such a dress is imprac­ti­cal dur­ing a cel­e­bra­tion in a restau­rant, so it is bet­ter to replace it with a cropped out­fit there. Demon­strat­ed by Pronovias, Rosa Clara and James Mish­ka.
  2. A‑line dress­es. They are not as ele­gant as ball gowns, but more prac­ti­cal. In such a dress, you will look favor­ably in the pho­to, and dur­ing the cel­e­bra­tion in a cafe, it will not over­shad­ow the mood with its incon­ve­nience. Out­fits are pre­sent­ed by Oscar la Renta, Dior and Mon Chery brands.
  3. Short fluffy dress­es. This option is suit­able for mod­ern brides who want to empha­size their slen­der legs. Con­trast­ing ele­ments look great on such dress­es: col­ored rib­bons, feath­ers and lace.
See also
Titanium wedding rings
Who suits mag­nif­i­cent out­fits?

Styl­ists say that those brides who want to remain in the spot­light and want to real­ize their child­hood dream and appear before the groom in the form of a beau­ti­ful princess choose a puffy dress. In addi­tion, puffy dress­es are suit­able for ladies with full hips, as a wide skirt hides all vis­i­ble flaws. But short girls need to beware of volu­mi­nous out­fits, as it may give the impres­sion that the dress con­sists entire­ly of a huge skirt.

When choos­ing an out­fit, you should pay atten­tion to the method of achiev­ing splen­dor. If these are spe­cial “rings” that hold the shape of the skirt, then they can cause incon­ve­nience when walk­ing and sit­ting. Pet­ti­coats made of crino­line, tulle and oth­er light fab­rics will become more com­fort­able.