Wedding Dress Trends Of Spring 2016
Wedding dresses are seen as timeless but in fact they evolve just like the rest of the clothing. This Spring a trendy bride will be more daring, bold, and cute. The only thing that remains the same is pretty much what we come to expect of a wedding dress – dominant white color and a strapless style.
L to R: Reem Acra, Pronovias, Houghton
Spring 2016 wedding frocks are all about showing off a bit of flesh. There are sheer fabrics, off shoulder styles, and, of course, the notorious ‘naked dress’ that found its way from red carpet to street style and even wedding fashion. Strategical decorations and embellishments are there to protect your modesty but that’s that. The rest might be just a wispy tinnest of thin tulles.
Open backs and plunging necklines might just as well serve young brides as a fashion statement though sheer high necks can be found among the short ensembles and open back styles.
L to R: Ines Di Santo, Oscar de la Renta, Galia Lahav
Ruffles and layers are a big Spring 2016 and not only in wedding attire department. The Spanish style ruffles and dramatic skirts have been all over the runways. We especially loved Oscar de la Renta’s take on trend with a ruffled neck in a short wedding dress, which makes it look so elegant and cute.
L to R: Pamella Roland, Carolina Herrera, Theia
Suits are a huge Spring 2016 wedding trend. If you’ve been looking for something different and yet special these styles are flowy and elegant as any dress but make for a unique wedding outfit.
L to R: Mira Zwillinger, Vera Wang, YolanCris
While crop top trend has subsided a bit in general, it’s all the rage in wedding fashion now. Venturing into a more bold and unconventional area of bridal wear design brands offer lots of different top styles most often accompanied with full skirts. Vera Wang combined ctop top and feathers in a dramatic black dress for the ultimate modern bride.