Bridal Gown Trends – Spring 2017

Weddings are all around us, spring to summer and autumn to winter. As with any form of clothing trends on wedding gowns too change year by year. From Vera Wang to Reem Acra and Angel Sanchez, here’s a look at the top trends for Spring 2017.

Bows

Whether it is at the back or in the front, attached to the train or simple on the waist, bows are dominated the bridal week.

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Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier Spring Summer 2017

Pants

A more modern concept still considered high fashion by many, nevertheless the structures helm of the pants combined with the soft fall of billowy satin/lace is truly magical and breathtaking. For the truly unique bride this will be an excellent choice.

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Naeem Khan, Elie Saab, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhuillier S/S 2017

Long Sleeves

This is a classic revamped in a variety of ways each year. However for the past few years the sleeves had taken a back seat with brides opting for open necklines thus eliminating the sleeves. Designers like Zuhair Murad and Elie Saab have brought it back coupled with a twist!

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Zuahir Murad and Elie Saab S/S 2017

3D Flowers

Flowers! a staple in every wedding gown and dominating the industry for years have received a revamp. With advancement in cutting technologies, more and more designers are incorporating laser cut flowers in both 2D and 3D formats in to bridals.

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Angel Sanchez and Marchesa S/S 2017

Plunging Necklines

Who doesn’t love a plunging neckline? usually a staple in evening gowns its slowly merging into bridals. This is a nice change from the usual sweet heart necklines and I daresay a whole lot daring too!

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Jenny Packam and Marchesa S/S 2017
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