The latest bridal trends can point you in the right direction when you’re still undecided about your dream wedding dress. If you want to be a trendy bride, take a look at the best trends from the Bridal fall 2014 collections.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional romantic look or you’re planning on getting the perfect dress for a modern bride, take a look at the trends from the biggest designers, from Vera Wang to Marchesa. Discover the biggest wedding dress fashion trends in 2014, and find the trendy dress that fits your style best.
Short(er) Wedding Dresses
If you’re not a fan of floor length dresses, you’ll love that designers are embracing gorgeous bridal looks with a higher hem. Monique Lhuillier, Jenny Packham, Matthew Christopher and Marchesa have all experimented with length and proved that one of the most important wedding dress fashion trends in 2014 is a shorter dresses.
Whether you’re into like tea length, knee length or even above the knee, you can choose the perfect fit for your big day and be right on trend.
Gorgeous lace detailing can make the sleeves of your dream wedding dress even better. If you loved Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, make this trend part of your own look on the big day. Temperley London, Marchesa and Monique Lhuillier have really embraced the trend in their latest collections, but you can also find inspiration in the beautiful lace sleeves created by Claire Pettibone or Anna Maier.
If you’re not a fan of shorter dresses, you can still make your look modern with a shorter veil. One of the biggest wedding dress fashion trends in 2014, the shorter veil can allow you more freedom with other accessories. Keep it simple and light for a great look. With a less voluminous veil, you can also go a bit further when it comes to detailing on your dress.
Capes and Boleros
Just like the veil, boleros are lighter than ever, according to the Bridal Fall 2014 collections. Forget about the classic look and go for sheer and light fabrics. Badgley Mischka, Naeem Khan and Reem Acra have all contributed to the reinvention of the bolero, and if you’ve chosen a strapless dress, this can be the perfect way to add lace detailing on your upper arms.
Pink (or Another Touch of Color)
White will always be a classic, but adding color to your look is one of the most important wedding dress fashion trends in 2014. From Vera Wang, who chose more saturated pinks, to Monique Lhuillier, Maggie Sottero and Jenny Lee who added just a touch of color, many trendy wedding dresses have a touch of blush. If you’re planning to be a traditional bride, you can still add color to your look with accessories.
The perfect detail for your wedding gown and any accessory this year might just be a bit of luxe feathers. From feathered headpieces to trains, you can’t go wrong with this light embellishment. You can even choose a feathered bodice or opt for a more subtle look with a big of feather detailing on your bolero. Johanna Johnson, Reem Acra and Ines Di Santo are among the bridal designers who seem to be crazy about this trend.
3D Flower Appliqués
Floral details are more impressive than ever. 3D flowers, especially roses, are definitely one of the biggest wedding dress fashion trends in 2014. For a more subtle look go for smaller buds or try big and bold flowers on your wedding dress. The secret to this trend is to make sure your flowers don’t look flat.
Plain white satin shoes are the last thing you should choose to go without your beautiful wedding dress. Try straps, bows, or any other type of embellishments, but make sure that your shoes are just as glamorous as your wedding gown.
Scaling Back the Accessories
Whether you’re going with lace sleeves, 3D flowers or feather detailing, make sure you don’t pile on too many accessories. Over-accessorized gowns are definitely a big no-no among the wedding dress fashion trends in 2014, so focus on your dream dress and avoid getting a busy look with too many frilly accessories.