For brides who are tying the knot next year, here are three of the hottest Spring 2015 trends you would want to keep your eye on!
Baring skin is out, but showing skin is in — illusion backs are all the rage on Spring 2015 runways! This bodes well for brides as well, as you can show off your beautiful back without having to worry about nu-bra problems anymore. Be it chic, clean sheer panels spotted at Amsale, modern motifs embellished on sleek sheer panels at Kenneth Pool, or elaborate handiwork over at Pronovias, there is a style for every bride.
One of the refreshing trends we love on the Spring 2015 runways is that of the oversized bows. While intricate detailing or embellished looks are often spotted in bridal designs, we love how the idea of an oversized bow instantly adds a touch of playfulness to an otherwise elegant dress. Dresses by Modern Trousseau and Monique Lhuillier take a somewhat more conventional approach by playing up the femininity that the bow brings, but what really awed us was Anna Maier Couture’s lopsided bow — it exudes an effortless throw together vibe but pulls the modern and sleek look together nonetheless.
Let’s face it — there are just that many white, off-white and champagne wedding dresses that we can take. For brides who are looking for something that is more unusual, the Spring 2015 runways have tons to offer in terms of unconventional colours for your wedding gown. The standout collection for us, no doubt, was Monique Lhuillier’s bold play of colours. Apart from the dusty mint piece that perfectly articulates an old world and romantic aesthetic, our favourite was the collection’s show-stopper piece — a dress in a gorgeous shade of hydrangea — that is bound to wow your guests.