Wedding dresses 2013

Many brides con­sid­er their wed­ding day to be the most impor­tant event of their lives. There­fore, they should look delight­ful and unfor­get­table, but at the same time — mod­ern and styl­ish. What mod­els and styles will delight us with wed­ding dress­es in 2013?

Cur­rent mod­els of wed­ding dress­es

It used to be tra­di­tion­al with a fluffy white dress, but now fash­ion design­ers sur­prise every sea­son with new prod­ucts that will impress any fash­ion­ista.

Straight wed­ding dress­es 2013

Sim­plic­i­ty of lines and ease of exe­cu­tion are becom­ing more and more pop­u­lar. This dress is suit­able for almost any type of wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny. Its length can be up to the knee or below, depend­ing on the pref­er­ence of the bride. In such a dress, spe­cial atten­tion is paid to the neck­line, which can be of var­i­ous shapes and dec­o­rat­ed with beads, crys­tals or embroi­dery. It is rec­om­mend­ed to com­ple­ment the image with sim­ple, ele­gant acces­sories or a bright­ly con­trast­ing belt. Such options are found in many col­lec­tions of wed­ding dress­es in 2013.

Wed­ding dress­es A sil­hou­ette of the sea­son 2013

As before, this mod­el is very pop­u­lar. This dress is suit­able for any fig­ure and com­plex­ion. The top fits well and empha­sizes the chest, and the skirt, grad­u­al­ly expand­ing to the bot­tom, allows you to hide all the flaws of the fig­ure and makes the sil­hou­ette more slen­der and beau­ti­ful.

Wed­ding dress­es 2013 mer­maid

This style is the most pop­u­lar both last year and this year. The top of the dress fits snug­ly, approx­i­mate­ly to the knee or mid-thigh line and can be made of smooth fab­ric. Below begins a fluffy skirt with drap­ery, ruf­fles or beads. This makes the image airy and light. In such a dress, the bride looks like a mer­maid or a nymph. The sil­hou­ette per­fect­ly fits the fig­ure and empha­sizes the beau­ty of female forms. Wed­ding dress fish style 2013 well empha­sizes the shape of the hips, so for girls who want to avoid this, this mod­el is not desir­able. This dress with a long train looks solemn and ele­gant. There are mod­els whose skirt does not have clear tran­si­tion bound­aries, which gives the image light­ness and some airi­ness.

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Closed wed­ding dress­es 2013

Pre­vi­ous­ly, such mod­els were asso­ci­at­ed with bore­dom and stiff­ness. Now this dress will empha­size the mod­esty, inno­cence and restraint of the bride. Such wed­ding dress­es appeared in the col­lec­tions of Vera Wang, McQueen and oth­ers. Their length varies from midi to maxi. It is bet­ter to com­ple­ment the image with a lace or tulle jack­et. In some mod­els, lace com­plete­ly cov­ers the entire chest to the neck, which gives a spe­cial mys­tery. The dress looks very piquant and sexy in front, closed, but with a cutout on the back. The main acces­so­ry in this image, of course, is the veil.

Wed­ding dress­es 2013 with sleeves

Long sleeves are back in fash­ion, they make the image more ele­gant and attract atten­tion. More­over, its style can be dif­fer­ent: with bare shoul­ders, and three-quar­ters, and lantern sleeves. Lace and guipure sleeves look del­i­cate and beau­ti­ful. Often such mod­els can be dec­o­rat­ed with beads or crys­tals. But here the main thing is to know the mea­sure and not to over­do it.

Fash­ion­able wed­ding dress­es of 2013 are a new ver­sion of the for­got­ten old. Many design­ers have breathed life into seem­ing­ly bor­ing and unpre­ten­tious mod­els and made them sophis­ti­cat­ed, ele­gant and trendy.