wedding dresses trends 2015

The newest col­lec­tions of wed­ding dress­es in 2015 have already been demon­strat­ed, so we can safe­ly iden­ti­fy the main trends that will set the tone for wed­ding fash­ion through­out the com­ing year. Styl­ish design­er wed­ding dress­es in 2015 give future brides the oppor­tu­ni­ty not only to choose an out­fit that per­fect­ly meets all the require­ments, but also to be inspired by fresh ideas for orga­niz­ing a long-await­ed cel­e­bra­tion.

Fresh breath of wed­ding fash­ion

New trends in 2015 clear­ly indi­cate that wed­ding dress­es will be uncon­ven­tion­al. It touched, first of all, the col­or palette. White, which has long become a wed­ding clas­sic, is giv­ing way to pow­dery, milky, but the real dis­cov­ery of 2015 was Ital­ian and Span­ish wed­ding dress­es in blue, turquoise, mint, pink and even gray.

To iden­ti­fy fash­ion trends, you should famil­iar­ize your­self with the new col­lec­tions of lead­ing brands that pro­duce dress­es for brides:

  1. Pronovias dress­es. The Ital­ian brand annu­al­ly pleas­es girls with col­lec­tions of lux­u­ri­ous out­fits that make the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny unfor­get­table. In 2015, Pronovias wed­ding dress­es became the epit­o­me of roman­tic clas­sics com­bined with cur­rent trends. The Pronovias col­lec­tion con­sists of six lines: Fash­ion (light, flow­ing), Glam­or (pas­tel col­ors, wide skirts, embroi­dery, stone decor), Cou­ture (long trains, expen­sive fab­rics, flow­ing skirts), Dreams (feath­ers, flounces, tulle, flow­ers) , Mod­ern Bridge (short­en mod­els, orig­i­nal cut, lacon­ic design) and Sep­a­rates (trans­former dress­es, con­sist­ing of a top and a skirt with a detach­able train).
  2. Wer­aWang dress­es. The famous fash­ion design­er Vera Wang sees wed­ding dress­es in 2015 as con­cise, devoid of rich decor, tight-fit­ting. A girl in this out­fit looks incred­i­bly frag­ile, defense­less and very styl­ish. The high­light of the col­lec­tion is lux­u­ri­ous lace and open shoul­ders.
  3. Zuhair Murad dress­es. The new col­lec­tion, in which Zuhair Murad intro­duced wed­ding dress­es, and in 2015 cor­re­sponds to the tra­di­tion­al chic of the Zuhair Murad house. The cre­ations of the Lebanese fash­ion design­er cap­ti­vate with light­ness, grace, hand­made bead­work and roman­tic trans­paren­cy.
  4. Oksana Mukha dress­es. But Oksana Mukha’s wed­ding dress­es in 2015 are an exam­ple of an eter­nal­ly rel­e­vant clas­sic. Wide airy skirts, long trains, seduc­tive neck­lines, an abun­dance of tulle and tulle — in this out­fit it’s so easy to feel like a queen!
  5. Papilio dress­es. The 2015 col­lec­tion of the Papilio fash­ion house, which includes clas­sic style wed­ding dress­es, is dis­tin­guished by grace­ful sil­hou­ettes, volu­mi­nous puffy skirts that give the girls a touch­ing and incred­i­bly del­i­cate look. Ital­ian design­ers focus on the beau­ty of wom­en’s shoul­ders, so they remain open in almost all mod­els. The “high­light” of the col­lec­tion is a trans­par­ent fin­ish­ing fab­ric strewn with small flow­ers that shim­mer in the spot­light.
  6. Car­oli­na Her­rera dress­es. The pop­u­lar­i­ty of today’s famous design­er Car­oli­na Her­rera brought a sin­gle dress, sewn for the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny of the daugh­ter of US Pres­i­dent Car­o­line Kennedy. Many brides wished to get mar­ried in such a dress, so the demand for Car­oli­na’s cre­ations has increased. The line of wed­ding dress­es, which soon saw the light, final­ly con­quered wom­en’s hearts. In the 2015 col­lec­tion, Car­oli­na Her­rera wed­ding dress­es are pre­sent­ed in a huge assort­ment, but they all have one thing in com­mon — the girl looks stun­ning in this out­fit! Dis­tinc­tive fea­tures of the col­lec­tion are the abun­dance of fluffy skirts, flow­ers, embroi­deries, sparkling stones.
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