Wedding Gown Singapore – Top 5 Bridal Fashion Trends to Highlight
The global runways from New York bridal week to Paris Haute Couture are giving the 20th-century brides lots of thematic and fashion remixes to their wedding gown. This year, the old world is new again in the form of fresh embellishments, large doses of color, and statement details that pack a punch. Here, we highlight the top 5 fashion trends that will set the tone for all 2020 aisles.
Blue, the color of the sky and the sea is a cool and calming color that shows creativity and intelligence. It is a color that symbolizes loyalty, strength, wisdom and trust. Consider donning your wedding dress as a “something blue.” Designers like Vera Wang and Reem Acra are looking to make waves with this cool shade in 2019 wedding gown designs.
In 2019 wedding gown designs, designers have decided to add sweet bow details to the trains of dresses, straps, bodices and more. Bridal designers like Vera Wang and Viktor & Rolf have incorporated bows in their 2019 bridal collections, proving they are no longer strictly for little girls and pageants. The irony about this super-femme trend? The bigger the bow, the edgier the look.
Take the Plunge
Deep V necklines might seem a little daunting to wear at first, but don’t worry. Hardly unsophisticated, a plunging neckline creates a show-stopping focal point for any style of wedding dress from ball gowns to mermaid silhouettes and slim, column styles. Yes, there is a skin-baring factor when it comes to a plunging bridal gown, but in recent seasons, designers like Monique Lhuillier, Reem Acra, Vera Wang, Naeem Khan, and more have shown down-to-there wedding gowns that are extraordinarily chic. Therefore, these wedding dress designs in deep V have become something classically beautiful, but undeniably sexy.
Wedding dress trends are constantly evolving, but no matter how fresh a design feels, there’s often some sort of influence from way back when. With modern design at play in bridal fashion, today’s puffy sleeves are fit for fashion-forward and whimsical brides alike. If you’re after something a little outside-the-box, you’re in luck, because in this year bridal sleeves are anything but ordinary. Be it a puff, raglan, or a detachable sleeve, the options are endless.
Princess Eugenie and the Duchess of Sussex both opted for wedding gowns that were void of lace and embellishment and a rise in bridal minimalism soon followed, with designers showcasing simplicity without many embellishments. Simple minimalist design is chic and leaves plenty of room to accessorize for you to look beyond elegant for your big day.
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}The Louvre Bridal team