Always in trend wedding dresses

A mermaid wedding dress or a princess wedding dress is not going to get out of fashion ever and if you change some details you can use that of the granny’s or you can leave this dress as inheritance to the nieces.

You can be pretty surprised if we tell you that not only the standard wedding dresses and cuts remain always in trend.

This is why we thought it would be appropriate to revise some of the patterns that can be used every time in the bridal fashion and they’re going to be forever special and spectacular.

A – line modified with an ample skirt.

Don’t let yourself carried away in banality when it comes to choosing a princess bridal gown, in exchange op for an A – line easily modified and add accents of color( colored waistline) or ruffles and floral models.
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Anne Barge has chosen such modifications in her collection for the year 2011 even though this pattern is a classical one, but really different from what we attach to a classical bride.

Structured silhouettes.

Create a gorgeous silhouette wearing a dress that is appropriate for your type of body, but that offers the illusion of some qualities that you don’t have.

Douglas Hannant, the 2011 collection, comes in the help of the brides who want a thinner waistline and Alice Temperly proposes a cut with precious details for the tall brides and really thin.

The old Hollywood glamour.

Nothing can compare with an outfit in the Hollywoodian style of the 40s and 50s. Stars like Audrey Hepburn or Grace Kelly are going to be forever in trend so the dresses worn by them are not going to get out of fashion ever. Anne Barge used fully the wardrobe of the famous actresses as inspiration for her collection in 2011.

Direct cuts.

The unusual structures and the Japanese model are going to always be in trend. In addition, this year the designers like Douglas Hannant have recalled of the power of the white suit with masculine inspiration. If you recall Bianca Jagger, she wore a white costume in her wedding day.

Emphasizing the waistline.

No matter on the model you’ve chosen for the wedding day a belt in the waist is not going to get out of fashion ever. Choose a jewelry model and place it in the thinnest area of the abs in order to create a slimming effect.

The designers have chosen this year to reduce from the first plan the asymmetric model with fabric spot placed differently to create the effect of movement and amplitude.

Icy cleavage.

Even if Douglas Hannant has applied for the idea of a fairy bride, it seems that he didn’t forget to offer it a generous cleavage. The same did Alice Temperley in the 2011 collection.