2016 Wedding Dress Trends

11:55 AM, by Unknown

1. Floral Wedding Dresses - They were a big hit in 2015, and are perfect for the bride who doesn’t want a simple white/ivory gown, adding a few flowers is the best way to stand out and be more feminine. Eugenia Couture added beautiful hand painted roses to her gown, while Lazaro included soft flowers on the bodice and bottom of his gowns.
(Left: Eugenia Couture; Middle & Right: Lazaro, photo cred: Maria Valentino/MCV Photo)

 2. Detachable Skirts - Think of how simple it is to wear a traditional floor-length gown at your wedding ceremony, and then detaching the skirt and slipping into something more comfortable and fun for your reception. These convertible wedding dresses can turn from a long gown into a short dress, a pantsuit, or a sexier fitted dress. Mark Zunino and Sottero & Midgley did this trend beautifully!
(Left: Mark Zunino; Middle: Sottero & Midgley; Right: Mark Zunino, photo cred: Kurt Wilderding)

3. Off The Shoulder Gowns - This sexy yet classic trend is perfect for the vintage bride who wants to show some skin – without showing too much skin. Off the shoulder necklines give off a romantic look and we love how Pronovias, Maggie Sottero, and Badgley Mischka played off this classic look with a flowy a-line skirt.
(Left: Pronovias; Middle: Maggie Sottero, photo cred: Kurt Wilderding; Right: Badgley Mischka, photo cred: Steve Eichner)

 4. Built In Bling - Accessories are huge on your wedding day, but the newest trend is having the accessories built in to your gown! We love how Badgley Mischka and Marchesa Bridal created a beautiful beaded neckline that made their gowns pop. Pnina Tornai also did this beautifully by including the sparkling statement pieces draped on one sleeve and down the bodice of her gown
(Left: Badgley Mischka; Middle: Pnina Tornai, photo cred: Kleinfeld; Right: Marchesa Bridal, photo cred: Thomas Iannaccone)

 5. Two Pieces - Perfect for the boho chic bride or the bride getting married on a beach – crop tops and long skirts are what’s trending BIG this year. These youthful crop tops create a modern twist to traditional gowns.
(Left: Watters; Middle: Eugenia Couture, Joy Collection; Right: Pnina Tornai, photo cred: Kleinfeld)
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