Trends 2017 wedding dress

Trends 2017 wedding dress

2017 is…vintage

Trends speaking about wedding dress 2017 are romantically vintage on every small embroidery, bead, button and detail.

The retro taste of the past winks to the 20s, with linear cuts, bodycon, accompanied by long skirts richly decorated; the mermaid style, elegant and sensual, is a real tribute to these years.

Elie Saab Bridal

The short tulle skirts is a reminiscent of the 50s, cheeky as the first miniskirts.

Not to leave too much to the imagination, it is interesting and funny the wise use of over-skirts, often detachable, which makes even the most chaste winking clothes.

Lightweight materials, tulle and chiffon, covering the petticoats in a game of transparencies, elegant and sensual at the same time.

Lace protagonist

By industry veteran Zuhair Murad, from the collection of Pronovias passing through Ellie Saab Couture, Vera Wang, Alessandra Rinaudo, Nicole Brides, Plina Tornai… the common denominator of the big names in fashion for wedding dresses is the lace.

Zuhair Murad Bridal

All dresses in lace Chantilly fully embody the retrò style, lace making the impalpable dress with nude effect, that reveals the skin of the bride with prudery. The perfect choice to risk the back effect semi naked with extreme elegance.

The Brussels lace, used for floral patterns, and macramé lace, for the lucky few who can afford to wear these embroideries, are able to enhance the silhouette with a woven workmanship that seems a natural extension of the skin itself.

Wedding dress:fluffy, tulle, silk chiffon and romantic retrò

Romantic, ethereal, sometimes sophisticated silhouette but never excessive: flounces, ruffles and pleats across the length of skirts, are the most loved materials of 2017. Light and ethereal, oozing femininity from all embroidery.

Pronovias

At the apex of sensuality and elegance, the lace encrusted in an extremely thin tulle wants to create the so-called tatoo effect, a second skin that draws patterns on the body of the bride becoming one.

At the apex of sensuality and elegance, the lace encrusted in a extremely thin tulle wants to create the so-called tatoo effect, a second skin that draws patterns on the body of the bride becoming one.

The latest catwalk were a veritable tribute to the crystal tulle; we have seen worn with bold wisdom from all the stars, but this workmanship very delicate and very particular is perfect for the wedding dresses.

The tulle becomes invisible while swarovski, beads and precious encrustations refined styling reasons.
A real jewel dress to shine like a star.

 

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