Aug 29

What Is The Trend In Wedding Dresses For 2013

The wedding dress is just about the most crucial item in the wedding ceremony except the vows and the rings. The bride wants to look her best and the groom wants to look his best too. A beautiful wedding dress will help the bride’s aspiration to look dazzling come true.

Very well known designers already presented their collections of wedding dresses for Fall/Winter 2012 2013. Here are some of the trends:

For Monique Lhuilier two details that will trend 2013 are deep V neckline and delicate embroidery.

Claire Pettibone shows another trend, delicate pale blue silk decorated with delicate beads.

For Sue Wong bridal fashion the trend is art deco.

The vintage style seen since a few seasons ago keeps coming to 2013 so Lazarus style are flowers and beads.

Ann Bowen is definitely a V neck shaped collection of wedding dresses.

Liancarlo a mermaid dress is a trend.

Badgley Mischka a version of the fringe trend is combined with simple pearls as decorative elements.

For Marchesa is embroidered tulle dress with feather details and for Fantasy is just simple and pure silk.

The trend for 2013 is sophisticated, elegant, feminine and very sexy look. An exuberant combination of lace, tulle, chiffon and silk.

Romantic, flowing dresses in floor length styles remain popular. Brides today choose dresses with flowing, soft fabrics, ruffles, satin sashes (at the waist), and delicate floral details. Most dress silhouettes are refined and include the delicate overlaying of fabrics such as chiffon, tulle and lace. Gowns with crystal, cubic zirconia, and/or pearl embellished bodices are very popular at the moment. The modified A line skirt also remains prominent on the fashion runways (slim through the waist and flared at the bottom) although many designers have included ball gowns and tea length styles in their lines as well. Strapless wedding gowns are perennial favorites, but this season has brought back the off the shoulder look for brides who want to accentuate their neckline or draw attention to gorgeous jewelry.

Shorter trains and veils (especially the bird cage veil) are popular as are pretty boleros, and shawls. For colder weather, brides choose wraps of faux fur, velvet, heavy satin, or a luxury pashmina. Light weight fabrics, including organza, lace, tulle and chiffon, make perfect wraps for the Spring or Summer bride and reduce sun exposure on bare arms and shoulders.

Pearls, diamonds, rhinestones, and crystals remain the top jewelry choice for necklaces and earrings. Swarovski brooches are also a popular accent for wearing on the dress, in the hair, brides maids hand bag or on the bouquet handle.

So what about the hairstyle for your wedding dress?
Down or up is the latest trend and very natural. It should be complemented with flowers or very delicate details, and feminine accessories such as pearls or crystals.
Go for it!


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