Wedding dresses with a bow

Each bride takes spe­cial respon­si­bil­i­ty in choos­ing her wed­ding dress. This choice is very dif­fi­cult, because today there are so many dif­fer­ent mod­els in bridal salons that they sim­ply “daz­zle”. Long, short, wed­ding dress­es with rhine­stones, with pearls, as well as sim­ple sim­ple out­fits — and each of them looks very attrac­tive. Many brides today are orig­i­nal and wear non-white dress­es for their own wed­ding. Orig­i­nal­i­ty is, of course, good, but rel­a­tives should not be shocked either. That is why you can choose an out­fit that is not com­plete­ly made in one col­or oth­er than white, but, say, a snow-white wed­ding dress with a col­ored bow. Such an out­fit will suit any bride, empha­size her fem­i­nin­i­ty and charm, adding a lit­tle coquet­tish­ness and play­ful­ness to the image, and at the same time be ele­gant, appro­pri­ate and non-triv­ial. More­over, design­ers today dec­o­rate wed­ding dress­es with a bow with unsur­passed skill.

Wedding dresses 2013 with a bow

Let’s find out which styles of wed­ding dress­es dec­o­rat­ed with this dec­o­ra­tive ele­ment are in trend today.

  1. Wed­ding dress with a bow at the back. Tra­di­tion­al­ly, the bow is placed at the back. Design­ers make them puffy, with long ends, unusu­al shapes, or dec­o­rate them with stones, rhine­stones, lace, embroi­dery. This out­fit is most suit­able for girls who want to draw atten­tion to the back of their out­fit. Usu­al­ly these are straight long dress­es, rather mod­est, in which the bow becomes the high­light of the whole out­fit.
  2. Wed­ding dress with a bow in front. The asym­met­ri­cal loca­tion of the bow at the waist in front is a less famil­iar, but no less attrac­tive way to use this decor. It is this say­ing that is often found in the col­lec­tions of Vera Wang, in the col­lec­tion “Crys­tal” (Ewa), in which a small bow is locat­ed on the side of the waist. At the same time, the fig­ure is effec­tive­ly empha­sized, name­ly the zone of the girl’s waist, and the whole image acquires a touch of roman­ti­cism.
  3. Lush wed­ding dress with a bow. These dress­es look very chic and will make you feel like a real queen of the cel­e­bra­tion. To pre­vent the bow from get­ting lost, design­ers often make it in a col­or dif­fer­ent from the col­or of the wed­ding dress. This deci­sion can be seen in the “Ruby” col­lec­tion of Alek­san­dra — a con­trast­ing bow becomes a good accent of the out­fit. A small bow on the shoul­der will look very nice in this out­fit.
  4. Wed­ding dress with a big bow. Fash­ion design­er Oscar de la Renta pre­sent­ed to the pub­lic a wed­ding dress with a lush huge bow tied with wide pan­els on a white dress. Dress­es with a large bow look chic and pompous, they make the whole ensem­ble unfor­get­table and orig­i­nal. Such out­fits are suit­able pri­mar­i­ly for those girls who want oth­ers, look­ing at a large bow, to slow­ly look at the place where it is attached — chest, hips or waist.
  5. Short wed­ding dress with a bow. A small bow is a good accent on a short dress. And an airy lace bow on a short dress with a train, like in Reem Acra, turns the bride into a young elven princess — such an out­fit seems so fab­u­lous and fan­ta­sy.
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