Been lurking the internet for bridal dresses to help you decide what to wear on the big day? Let’s go to the hottest runways this season to see what designers are up to.
Being a bride is no doubt nerve-wracking and at the same time, amazing. You want to have every tiny wedding detail down to the pat and of course, you’d want to look like the most beautiful woman in the world (or at least, in the room).
A big contributing factor to the whole bridal look is your dress. This season, the best designers of wedding dresses go from vintage-looking, modern and lacey designs.
Monique Lhuillier Spring 2018
Monique Lhuillier is an expert player in the field of weddings. For Spring 2018, the designer uses a lot of lace, sheer and fitted bodice to create an air of mystery and sexiness.
Lhuillier just knows just how to play with neutral colors and symmetry in her clothes. At the same time, adds a little bit of an interesting twist by through the textures and asymmetry in her designs.
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Houghton Bridal Spring 2017
Textures and tiers are what best describes the Houghton Bridal Spring 2017 collection. This edgy and modern designer uses glittering accents, a stark contrast of fabrics and stitching to make a strong and youthful selection.
Houghton is becoming popular among younger brides with its unique take on bridal dresses. Often, this designer plays with neutral and monochromes to make a statement wedding dress for edgier brides.
Jenny Packham Bridal Spring 2018
Sequins, satin bows and feathers – Jenny Packham uses elements and cuts that were very popular in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, which is why brides who love a vintage look will love her Spring 2018 collection.
In this 35-piece collection, Packham uses corseted bodices and long sleeves, giving the dresses a fashion-forward air. With the way these dresses look, you’d look like you’ve just gotten off a time machine from the “Flower Power” era to get married in the 21st century.