Check Out How The Runway Will Inspire Brides in 2016
We may not yet be halfway through 2015 but fashion designers across the land have been busy preparing next year’s spring looks. Read on to see what’s hot and what’s not for bridal fashion week 2016.
The Deep “V” Neckline
Forget innocent sweetheart necklines with just a hint of cleavage, 2016 is all about the deep “V” neckline. It might not be as saucy as a plunging neckline but it certainly offers high drama, as seen at Oscar de la Renta, Reem Acra and Anne Barge.
If you want to pull this one off ladies then it’s time to start firming up those muffin-tops! Showing a sexy sliver of skin around the midriff is a refreshing change from overworking the cleavage. Elizabeth Fillmore, Mira Zwillinger, Theia and Reem Acra show us how to pull it off with style.
Spring and florals is about as original as fish and chips… but we still love it! Mix it up by having a floral print wedding dress in 2016, be they painted or embroidered florals are fashionable. Check out Naeem Khan, Carolina Herrera and Romona Keveza for inspiration.
Why not forget wearing a dress and opt for one of these fashionable bridal suits instead? If you’re looking for something edgy or something casual, there is a bridal suit out there for you. Pamella Roland, Naeem Khan, Carolina Herrera, Theia and Houghton show us how to rock a suit.
The Bateau Neckline
Sometimes you just can’t beat classic style and these bateau neckline dresses have it in spades. Kelly Faetanini, Oscar de la Renta, Maggie Sottero, Amsale and Lela Rose all showcased timeless silhouettes with a simple, elegant style.
Spring is the perfect time for a burst of colour. Pretty pink, rose and blush tones were all over the catwalk in the 2016 collections. Houghton, J. Mendel, Jenny Packham, Pamella Roland and Romona Keveza show us all that next spring it’s good to be girlie.
Finish it with Feathers
It looks like the designers had fun pulling apart some feather pillows when they were designing this season. Feather touches were everywhere; be they little fluttery touches or complete cascading skirts. Vera Wang, Amsale and Lela Rose demonstrate how to pull off the style without looking like Big Bird.
Need more inspiration for your dress? Take a look at our advice here: Wedding Dress Shopping: 8 Signs It's the One