Every time that a new fashion season rolls around, one thing that continues to be in the spotlight are wedding gowns. And although a bride-to-be is going to be beautiful, no matter what style (or color) that she chooses, the fashionistas are also going to be appear very much “on trend” if they choose something that is in style.
If you’re planning on getting married next spring, first “congratulations!” Love is a beautiful thing. And if you haven’t yet picked out your dress because you’re not exactly sure what look you’re going for, first consider your body type and then consider these spring trending options below.
1. “The little white dress”
If you want to go for something that is a bit on the casual side or you simply are not very conventional, a little white dress will meet your needs is a simple-yet-still-elegant kind of way.
2. Off-the-shoulder styles
One way to appear sexy without bearing too much skin is to choose the kind of dress that is off of the shoulders. You’ll be surprised what it does for your neckline…and bridal look overall.
3. Bateau necklines
Speaking of necks, if you’re somewhat conservative, the bateau neckline adds a hint of sophistication.
If you happened to catch Beyonce’s little sis Solange wedding pics from fall 2014, then you couldn’t help but notice the killer cape that she had on. Talk about making the ultimate fashion statement!
5. Bridal suits
Don’t feel like wearing a dress? Your mom might think it’s a bit odd but the fashion stylists around the country won’t. It’s actually one of the biggest bridal trends going this all.
6. Lots of feathers
Look at all those feathers! It’s soft. It’s romantic. It’s distinctive. Pretty much all of the things that a bride wants to be.
7. Low-V necklines
It makes sense that a low-V neckline would be getting a lot of attention. Aside from the obvious reason, it’s something that women will be wearing during the fall, winter and yes, spring season. Our recommendation: If you’re a bit on the petite side when it comes to the size of your chest, this is the kind of look that is actually just right for you. Here, less is oh so much more!
8. Tiered skirts
Do you plan on having a tiered wedding cake at your reception? Why not have a tiered wedding dress to match for your ceremony?
9. Cropped tops
If you’re a bride who is really proud of your physique, here is one way to show it off—subtly but still in a way that will capture everyone’s attention. Well into the reception.
10. Floral prints
Being that spring is the time of year when flowers are in full bloom, it’s awesome that floral prints are all the rage. What a charming look for an outdoor wedding, don’t you think?
By now, you probably know that a bride wearing white is simply a tradition. In fact, there are a lot of women who forego it simply because they feel the color is a bit to stark. If you’re considering remaining in the white family, though, off-white is certainly a nice alternative.
12. Victorian styles
Are you the kind of woman who tends to spend quite a bit of time in thrift stores? It’s your lucky day (well season)! Victorian styles are rich, regal and the ultimate kind of vintage bridal look.
13. Blush color
There’s a pretty big chance that there is going to be quite a bit of blushing going on. Especially if you opt to wear a dress like this.#absolutelybeautiful
14. Lots of lace
Wearing a wedding dress that has a lot of lace is simply beautiful. And classic. No more needs to be said.
15. Plenty of pearls
Pearls are very feminine and the perfect look for a wedding gown. Whether you choose to wear a dress that is made up of hundreds of them or you simply choose to put on a strand of pearls and some pearl earrings.
16. Halfway overlay skirts
Are you trying to figure out a creative way to wear a train? How about a halfway overlay skirt? It’s modern with a hint of tradition.
17. Whittled waist
Here’s a way to show off your waistline if you want to wear a full skirt. Wedding dresses that feature a whittled waist are quite popular these days.
18. 3D florals
Breath. Taking. It’s very easy to see why we choose this to be the feature pic for this piece. Your man will want you to keep this dress on for as long as possible. Well, relatively speaking. And yes, we love how the 3D flowers help to give the dress some extra dimension.
19. Paler shades of blue
Every bride is supposed to wear “something blue”, right? So, why not let that be your wedding dress?
This is a fun—and practical—way to wear your wedding attire. Plus, by taking the mix-n-match approach, you can wear both pieces, separately, again…later.
21. Halter tops
A lot of brides tend to work out quite a bit in the months and weeks leading up to their wedding day. If you plan on being one of them and you want to show off your “guns” (your toned-up arms), a wedding dress with a halter top is certainly one of the best ways to do it!
22. Tons of details
Dresses with intricate detailing makes wedding gowns simply unforgettable. Make sure try on at least one of ’em.