5 top trends from the Spring 2014 Bridal in New York Bridal market.
Spring 2014 Bridal – New Fabrics
Organza, Chantilly Lace, Tulle been there, done that. Spring 2014 Bridal week saw the exiting arrival of a wave of new fabrics: Carolina Herrera with hand-painted lace and gold-flecked detailing, Monique Lhuillier’s sherbet ombre and Lazaro sparkle tulle.
Monochrome Bridal Gowns
All very different ways of incorporating a trend, but each undeniably elegant.
The Handkerchief Peplum
This season the pretty waist detail gets a romantic make-over. It has a less angular positioning and sits almost more as a bustle but without the volume. Instead of feeling like a radical, young, hip and somewhat overdone fashion trend this peplum – as seen at Marchesa, Reem Acra, Monique Lhuillier, Carolina Herrera, Watters and Lazaro – is soft, sweet and very, very sophisticated.
Blush Bridal Dresses
The “blushing bride” got a serious overhaul this season with a range of seriously stylish rosy gowns.
Spring 2014 Bridal Veils
The Return Of The Veil: Veil shapes and sizes vary from Marchesa’s puffy short versions to Carolina’s gold-embellished Cathedral length veils, but all are beyond stunning. Crowns also made an appearance on the catwalk, my favourite was Watters golden Dolce moment. Reem Acra’s brides donned an array of accessories including adorable embroidered headscarves and even veil-draped parasols – the latter is perhaps more of a catwalk piece rather than an aisle item, but still very fabulous.
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