For the bride, one of the most important elements in her wedding day is the dress that she’ll be getting married in. Wedding trends have gone through a lot of changes over the years. But there are wedding dresses that just won’t go out of style. If you want to design a classic look that your granddaughter’s granddaughter can use as a style inspiration on her wedding day, here are seven wedding dress styles that you should consider:
Lace is to wedding as sun is to summer—people expect it, but they are still in awe of it when it arrives. Lace is one of the most timeless design elements that you can incorporate into your wedding dress. For sure, it will still be in vogue when your equally fashionable descendants become brides-to-be.
Unlike trendy wedding dresses, boho wedding dresses give you an effortless look that won’t look weird or questionable in a few years or so. The right dress will also give you a romantic look that’s sweet and elegant at the same time.
#3. Ball Gown/Sweetheart
For a fairytale look on your wedding day, a ball gown with a sweetheart neckline is the obvious direction. This classic silhouette and neckline combo has been the choice of many brides for many moons. If you want to look like a blushing princess bride on your wedding day, this is the style to choose.
#4. Sheer Back
Bring sexy back on your wedding day with a sheer back detail. This wedding dress can look conservative on the front but still give you an elegantly foxy look on the back. You can use sheer from the shoulders to the mid-back or, for a truly jaw-dropping moment, take it all the way down to the end of your spine.
Lace, tulle, and satin create the wedding dress trifecta—these three fabrics are the most common materials used to create wedding dresses. But if you want a more polished look, then satin is the way to go. At the same time, its simplicity allows you to be creative with the silhouette and neckline. For example, you can go for a long-sleeved boat-neck dress with a deep-V cut on the back.
The mermaid dress (or trumpet dress) has a tight bodice that drops to your knees before it flares outward. This silhouette has wow factor for sure, especially if you add a train to it. If you want to accentuate your curves, the mermaid silhouette will hug your body in all the right places.
#7. Greek Goddess
A drapey, flowy dress with a deep-V neckline and a belt around the waist screams Greek goddess. And just like Hera, Aphrodite, and Artemis, your name will be on everyone’s lips for a really long time if you go with this silhouette. Not only does it look elegant, it is also one of the most comfortable styles to wear on your wedding day.
Even with this list, you still have a lot of choices to make in designing your wedding dress. To find the perfect dress for the most special day of your life, request an appointment with Pronovias US.