Wedding dresses 2013 for pregnant women

If you get mar­ried while preg­nant, this is not at all a rea­son to aban­don the wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion and its indis­pens­able attribute — the bride’s attire. Wed­ding dress­es 2013 for preg­nant women suc­cess­ful­ly com­bine max­i­mum com­fort, beau­ty and ele­gance. They empha­size the extra­or­di­nary fem­i­nin­i­ty and romance of brides who will soon become moth­ers.

What should be a wedding dress for a pregnant bride?

It all depends on your pref­er­ences, com­plex­ion and ges­ta­tion­al age. If the wed­ding falls in the first trimester, when the tum­my is not yet vis­i­ble, you do not have to choose a dress of a spe­cial cut. Well, if the fact that there are already two of you can­not be hid­den, pay atten­tion to the beau­ti­ful mod­els of wed­ding dress­es for preg­nant women. Mod­ern design­ers do not ignore women in posi­tion and the styles of wed­ding dress­es for preg­nant women are inter­est­ing and var­ied, so you will def­i­nite­ly choose an out­fit to your lik­ing.

Par­tic­u­lar atten­tion to preg­nant brides should be paid to dress­es in the Empire style or A‑silhouette. They are quite wide and in their folds it will be dif­fi­cult to guess their round­ed tum­my. Well, if it is still small, then you should take a clos­er look at the straight-cut out­fits.

If you have made your choice in favor of a mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding dress, then it is worth not­ing that it is best suit­ed for preg­nant women only in the ear­ly stages. If you want to feel like a princess even at a long preg­nan­cy, you need to wear it with­out tight­en­ing the corset tight­ly so as not to pull the round­ed tum­my. Remem­ber, com­fort comes first! Choose fab­rics that stretch well. Thin straps in com­bi­na­tion with a V‑neck will look per­fect, they will divert atten­tion from the tum­my and suc­cess­ful­ly empha­size the chest and neck.

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Wedding dresses for pregnant women winter 2013

Last sea­son, win­ter mod­els of wed­ding dress­es for preg­nant women were strik­ing in their diver­si­ty. Most­ly these were long mod­els with­out a corset, with a high waist. Satin, bro­cade, taffe­ta and vel­vet with fur trim became pop­u­lar mate­ri­als. Win­ter wed­ding dress­es for preg­nant women are com­ple­ment­ed by boleros, capes, coats, fur coats and muffs.

Styles of summer wedding dresses for pregnant women 2013

This year, the most fash­ion­able will be mod­els of satin, linen, silk, chif­fon, tulle and organ­za.

New col­lec­tions of wed­ding dress­es for preg­nant women bold­ly com­bine moder­ni­ty and retro roman­ti­cism. Some of the styles for 2013 are made with a touch of a bit of a bold, urban style, such as a short mater­ni­ty wed­ding dress with a puffy bot­tom.

This year, wed­ding salons will offer brides at any stage of preg­nan­cy an unusu­al short dress, for exam­ple, crepe chif­fon, a ver­sion with a neck­line, a train.

Also in the col­lec­tions you will find options with a bodice with thin straps, a piv­ot skirt to the knees — here every­thing main­ly depends on the courage and taste of the bride in posi­tion.

For long-term preg­nant women, design­ers offer dress­es with a puffy bot­tom — a pleat­ed or cor­ru­gat­ed skirt.

In 2013, it is fash­ion­able to dec­o­rate the bodice and hem of a mater­ni­ty dress with rhine­stones, crys­tals and orig­i­nal embroi­dery.

It will also be very fash­ion­able to use lace and a scat­ter­ing of sequins, which in appear­ance resem­ble a light veil. Design­ers will also offer a very inter­est­ing com­bi­na­tion of smooth lace pat­terns with volu­mi­nous details of a wed­ding dress, or dot­ted accents.

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The cat­a­logs of wed­ding dress­es for preg­nant brides in 2013 offer out­fits in white, as well as warm and del­i­cate col­ors, for exam­ple, beige, peach, pas­tel shades, metal­lic, which is per­fect for the image of a bride in posi­tion. For the most dar­ing ladies, there are options for non-stan­dard col­or schemes. So, wed­ding dress­es of red, black, plum and bur­gundy col­ors are the undoubt­ed hits of the next sea­son.

Rib­bon trims, gath­ered skirts, boat neck­lines and long sleeves, as well as puffed sleeves, will also be fash­ion­able.