Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Wedding gown trends 2010

Wedding Gowns on trend in 2010

I see many brides entering our boutique with two similar style gowns featuring again and again. The first style popular in 2010 is the Katie Price-Cinderella style gown. Here are two examples of this, one being slightly fuller than the other, still giving brides a choice without being too over the top.

The first gown named Cinderella features a gorgeous sweetheart bodice with diamante jewelled detail featuring heavily until this breaks down onto the tulle layered skirt. This is perfect for those looking to emphasize their small waist and really show their curves. The second gown called Elle features a big trend this year – floral design. Many tiny flowers are aligned across the top half of the bodice with tiny diamante crystals to still show the sparkle in the design. The ruche effect across the bodice leading to a ribbon waist line, gives fuller girls the confidence to wear this gown and compliment their shape. The tulle layered skirt begins higher upon the hips compared to Cinderella.

A second popular trend this season is the slinky-fish-tail design, perfect for brides-to-be with smaller, curvier frames. Here are two examples of this design

First gown named Sophie in silky satin material drapes flawlessly around silhouette figure with tie-up design at back of dress. Gown drapes to floor with cathedral length train following into a “puff ball” bubble hemline. A popular style of hemline this year, not a great fan with seamstresses, but none the less a big hit with our brides to be. Second gown Daisy in taffeta makes this gown feel somewhat lighter – perfect for the hot summer weddings. The ruche details carries fluidly through this gown giving a fan design to the mermaid style train. Floral design appearing again onto this gown features small segments of sparkle creating a fairytale design.

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