Ruffled, backless, peplum and more...
If you are beginning the search for your perfect wedding dress then you might want to think about what shapes and styles suit you. We have picked out ten unique gowns that each gives a nod to a particular wedding trend. Browse our favourites and then see more in our bridalwear section.
- Peter Pan Collar: So Sassi — Molly
The Molly dress from So Sassi is the ideal gown for bridal fashionistas wanting to embrace a catwalk trend. The Peter Pan style collar gives this gown a quirky edge and makes it perfect for a vintage style wedding day.
For more information visit: sosassi.so/dress/molly
- Backless: Allure Couture — Style C261
For a dress that has the wow-factor from the back as much as the front, consider something backless. This slim-fit gown from Allure Couture has a v-shape neckline that is encrusted with Swarovski crystals, this detail follows along to the sculpted low back.
For more information visit: www.allurebridals.com
- Splash of Colour: Watters — Style 3025
If you are not a fan of traditional white wedding gowns then think about adding a splash of colour to your bridal attire. This gorgeous gown is made from silk taffeta, shown here in whisper pink. For more traditional brides, it is also available in white, ivory and platinum.
For more information visit: www.watters.com
- Tiered: Ivory & Co Bridal — Esme
Inspired by the Great Gatsby era, this beautiful dress is made from crinkled silk chiffon over Empress satin under-layer with added lace. The tired shape gives some unique style to the dress and can also be ultra-flattering as it skims over any lumps and bumps.
For more information visit: www.ivoryandcobridal.co.uk
- Ruffled: Amanda Wyatt — Acapulco
The Acapulco dress from Amanda Wyatt is the ideal fairytale dress, with ruffles that cascade down the flowing skirt. The fitted bodice is the perfect contrast and creates a stunning silhouette to complete this A-line gown.
For more information visit: www.amandawyatt.com
- Long Sleeves: Justin Alexander — Style 8695
If you are planning a winter wedding then a dress with sleeves will not only keep you cosy and comfortable, it will also leave you looking super chic and stylish. This beautiful ballgown has a cinched in waist to give great shape and the sheer sleeves look pretty and elegant.
For more information visit: www.justinalexanderbridal.com
- Short: Lyn Ashworth — Sweet Anniversary Tea
For brides that don’t want to wear a full length wedding gown, this shorter dress is perfect. With an overlay of French lace and a cinched in waist with a square buckled satin belt, this dress would be perfect for a summer wedding or a wedding abroad.
For more information visit: www.lynashworth.co.uk
- Peplum: So Sassi — Bianca
Add some bold peplum style to your bridal look with the Bianca dress from So Sassi. This pretty guipure lace gown with duchesse satin will leave you with elegant and effortless style.
For more information visit: sosassi.so/dress/bianca/
- Dipped Hem: Martina Liana — Style 445
This cocktail length gown then flows into a long train, giving you a shorter length dress without losing any of that bridal style. Swarovski Crystal lace detailing and the sash and the waist are stylish finishing touches.
For more information visit: www.essensedesigns.com
- Asymmetrical: Enzoani — Hali
The Hali dress from Enzoani has sheer, asymmetric detail that makes this dress really stand out from the crowd. The sheer fabric over the gown gives an elegant, flowing style that would be perfect for a summer wedding.
For more information visit: www.bluebyenzoani.com
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