The Hottest In Bridal Wear

Your wedding is coming up and almost everythings been planned out; that is, everything except your dress. Invitations, guest list, even the menu has been carefully thought of, but the dress to be worn down the aisle is still a bit of a hazy topic. Theres actually a lot of reasons one can run into such a situation; whether its because you have too many dream dresses in mind to a point where you cant narrow it down to just one or because you were never really a fashionista to begin with.

Luckily, looking into todays hottest styles and trends in the bridal industry may bring you one step closer to finding out the best dress for yourself. Weve rounded up some elements that make up todays most popular bridal wear London.

The use of large bows and ribbons along the waist reminds us of those cute little dresses weve worn as a child. True enough, wedding gowns by the likes of Peter Langner and Sachin & Babi have big bows tied around the middle, adding a youthful and pure element to the gowns. Have this on a traditional white gown and youve got your wedding guests wondering if it was an angel they just saw walking down the aisle.

Although your wedding gown isnt and shouldnt be confined to the traditional white. Weve noticed that pastel colors do just as well when it comes to portraying elegance. With Pantones two new colors of the year becoming a huge hit among all sorts of fashion pieces, its no wonder that wed find them on the runways newest wedding dress creations. Classic meets modern in the sudden spike of champagne and blush gowns. Femininity isnt solely for the blushing pink bride however, as even cooler colors like periwinkle and powder blue are popping up in dresses by designer Hayley Paige.

If youre used to wearing simple, one-fabric dresses then maybe its time for a bit of a change. If theres such thing as a timeless trend, then it is most likely embroidery. Existing on the dresses of queens from the 19th century, embroidery is still highly appreciated in the bridal industry. You can choose to keep the embroidery on certain areas of your dress that need extra detail, such as the waist or bodice, or go all out in flaunting your intricately-sewn wedding gown. In fact, if youre a bit aware of the designers for bridal wear London, you may notice the doily-like patterns on Yolancris dresses. Modern-vintage is all the rage, and the variations of floral and paisley embroidery ensures that your gowns patterns can still be one of a kind.

Trends make a great starting point for determining what kind of dress you want to be wearing on your special day, but keep in mind that what matters is that your dress is made to your taste and not just anyone elses. Whats hot in the bridal industry may matter to fashionistas and designers, but there is nothing more satisfying than being able to say that youve managed to wear a dress you adore and are confident in.