The beautiful train for picture-perfect moments
The stand-out feature for many dresses is of course the train, so much so that entire photo shoots have been dominated by train pictures with the newlyweds becoming masters at contouring in order to showcase the beautiful train. With that, we are seeing many designers combining this beautiful style with another 2015 hit- sheer panelling.
Here are the top 2015 wedding dresses with trains from your favourite designers:
This jaw-dropper from the 2015 Yumi Katsura Fall Collection shows just how versatile sheer can be. From the mid-section to the gorgeous trail, sheer panels are used to create interesting textures and styles for a visual treat
Many designers have caught on to the use of sheer panels to create ruffles, the quintessential wedding dress favourite. The beauty of this Winnie Couture Fall 2015 piece is found in the intricate combination of sheer, ruffles and the train. Definitely a show-stopper if you ask us.
One thing that many brides and brides to be have come to recognise is that sometimes, less is more. This Victor Harper Couture Spring piece definitely subscribes to that notion by presenting a pristine train which isn’t too long and overbearing thus giving this number a look of elegance surpassed only by doves.
This piece from the Victor Harper Couture Fall 2015 Collection has definitely solidified the designer’s reputation for being a master at combining fabrics to create bold, dramatic and enchanting looks. This train features intricate, yet gorgeous appliqués that are just to die for.
These Val Stephani Spring 2015 pieces combine everything we love about spring, sheer and trains. The sheer is used as a homogenous accessory from the top of the dress straight to the train, creating a seamless look of elegance and class as opposed to juxtaposed pieces of fabric that do not fit well together. Not to mention the intricacy of the beaded appliqués. We definitely love both of these pieces and give Stefani two thumbs up.
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This Simone Carvalli piece is nothing short of gorgeous with more than a touch of sheer elegance (all puns intended). She is one of the few designers who can combine sheer with simple but effective beaded embellishments to produce a dress with a train that are simply beautiful to behold.
Another beauty from the Simone Carvalli collection. This piece uses sheer to create a dramatic effect on the train whilst still managing to draw attention to the details on the dress itself. Any bride who wants to achieve the ‘double take effect’ on her guests will definitely love this gown.
Some brides shy away from conservative styles because they tend to lose that ‘it’ factor that manages to blow the crowd away. In that regard, we definitely give kudos to Gemy Maalouf for creating this masterpiece. Evidently conservative, this dress captures a proud, elegance that every bride wants to exude on her wedding day. The sheer is used in all the right places and is complemented by the delicate train trimmed with embroidered embellishments to perfection.
Not all brides like the idea of wearing a dress without straps, yet the open-back look appeals to them. Creating a compromise between these two desires that actually looks good is nothing short of achieving a great feat! We believe that this 2015 Spring Moonlight Couture surpasses all expectations to meet these two needs in one drop-dead gorgeous dress with an exquisite train.
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