Bridal Wear Designers are constantly on their feet to introduce and apply new dress trends that may suit the brides. Many brides look for something inspirational, some go for the trends, and others just design their own gowns and veils for the big dreamy day of their lives. Following are some modern rules and trends of Australia’s best bridal wear designers be aware of.
There is no denying that beaches make up the most romantic wedding venues ever, and attracts appropriate dressing. A modern rule is to have the perfect beach wedding dress that can elevate the ambiance even more.
Using sparkles in a dress is a bold but very sophisticated and elegant trend. Although seen as a glittery and under the star’s wedding, the use of sparkles provides for a great dreamy design trend that many young brides would love to wear. Sparkles is also highly imaginative and inspired by the recent innovation of universe laden themes, where brides align their lives with stars and environmentally friendly approach towards sustainable designs.
The use of 3-D printed flowers or floral prints has evolved over eh years. Many brides use floral prints and blossom texture prints as a sign of their blossoming love, and the floral decorum around. This looks highly cascading and delicate with crystals and feathers around. This, in turn, brings a whole new dimension to the wedding trends in Spring 2019.
Sleeves with Puffs
Many consider the 80s trend of using puffs in the sleeves is outdated and never to return. But it still rocks the floor and the recent versions of puffs and nets have risen the bar for wedding dress designers. With some modern touches, this regal and billowy style trend has returned with a splash.
Long Veils and Heels
Long veils make for the dreamiest wedding dresses and fulfil the fairy tales that many brides may have. Wore by all the Princesses, and the Queens, the long cathedral veil tops the charts in modern rules and trends still. The use of floral embroidery and elegant natural patterns in many shades of white and blues, it gives the maximum impact. Any girl would love pretty in such a dress, and bridal wear designers take notes for special treatment to this trend. Added with platinum or stiletto heels, it makes a great combination.
The Tiers Trend
A new trend growing is the use of the flow of lines and cuts that help make their tiers blend. They come with a host of options, they can easily be seen as a romantic element with lace appliques near the bodice and velvet waistbands. The grown usually also has layers that flow in an orderly way, while it can also be accompanied by a layered tier skirt if needed.
Much of the rule for having long sleeves came from the recent wedding of the Duchess of Cambridge Meghan Markle who wore a Givenchy bridal gown with long sleeves topped the charts. Ever since, across the globe, the search for these has increased, giving bridal dress designers some inspiration on how to implement these in an elegant, yet robust manner. Meringue designed dresses have taken over largely giving column gowns the second spot in search for the best wedding dresses.