The Vera Wang spring 2014 bridal collection was awaited with great enthusiasm by fans of the label and fashion critics. The new line is exciting not only in terms of spectacular gowns but also from the perspective standpoint. The designer felt the need to venture to new territories as she told WWD.com: “It’s a new way for me to look at sophistication and sensuality. There is more skin showing, and some sportswear references.” A close look throughout the new line will immediately reveal the shift in perspective which brings a lot more drama and is less focused on the traditional definition of refinement.
The spring 2014 Vera Wang wedding dresses are definitely an eclectic bunch: minimalism vibes, unexpected color combos, trendy accents, intricate embroidery…the possibilities are almost endless.
This time, the Vera Wang label focused more on expanding on the conventional needs and desires and more on exploring the variety of gorgeous looks which can cater to the preferences of a select clientele who wishes to explore edgier accents. The focus on black and white combos was first noticed at the Vera Wang fall 2013 line and it seems like the designer has decided to explore the new season options even further.
The Vera Wang bridal collection for spring 2014 will definitely make future brides think about the side they stand on style wise, bringing both extremely simple ensembles at times and playing with volume liberally at other times and bringing plenty of gorgeous accents which create fab focal points. While one doesn’t think much about accessories when choosing a wedding dress, other than selecting the perfect veil and the bridal shoes, of course, the new Vera Wang collection challenges fashionistas to think beyond that.
How about using fab leather gloves to complete your big day look? An interesting idea ponder, for sure. The newest Vera Wang wedding gowns definitely test a few limits style-wise, which is why the new alternatives are destined to become so memorable. Would you consider stepping away from traditional concepts to embrace bolder choices on your big day?