Top 7 Biggest Bridal Dress Trends for 2017
Are you fashionista who likes to stay on top of the latest trends? Still shopping for the perfect wedding dress? Well then this is this article is for you! I give you the top 7 wedding dress trends for 2017...these looks are sexy, chic and unique to the traditional fit and flare we have been seeing the last few years.
1. 50 Shades of Pink
Pastel colors are a favorite for those brides that cringe at the thought of wearing white or ivory but this years Pantone approved blush and pink ombre coloring will have you looking Pretty in Pink!
2. The Deep Plunge
Grandma might not approve, but the open back trend from last year has moved to the front. From discreet illusion covered plunges to the slash all the way down to the naval, this Hollywood trend we usually see on the red carpet has made its way to the bridal runway for 2017. Check out Pronovias, who has mastered this silhouette beautifully.
3. Illusion Prints
Designers created patterns and embellishments on the full and partial see through bridal dresses making them look like a floating illusion of art.
4. Trains, Veils and Capes Oh My!
The two traditional elements of a wedding dress, the veil and a train have remained strong this year but with a dramatic flare. Veils and trains draped with Swaroski crystals, lace and beading make for a wow factor from the back view. Capes have made an appearance here and there over the last few years but are everywhere this Spring ranging from ponchos to cloaks.
5. Undergarments on Top
Bridal designs are showing lots of corset and bustier looking tops with elaborate lace, beading and illusion panels. Bathrobe silhouettes and satin slips with spaghetti straps bring in a very 30's era style this season
6. Off The Shoulder
The strapless gown will contend with the off-the-shoulder silhouette making strides down the bridal runway for 2017. Bare shoulders are also getting a pop of design with cutouts, open necklines and illusion prints. Check out this gorgeous gown below from Alfred Angelo.
7. The detachable dress
With the popularity of after parties and weekend long affairs, many brides are opting for multiple dresses to fit into each phase of the celebration.. Wedding dress designers took this cue and created a versatile dress that can work for you down the aisle and at the after party. Now a full gown can easily be converted into a cocktail dress or one with removable layers and bows