The Wedding dress! It’s the one fashion that has achieved perpetual universality, it will never go away and never cease to be known as the thing which fills every woman’s heart with joy. As women, the dramatic spurt of excitement and fervent anticipation never stops. The spring bridal market for 2014 took runway shows by storm, as a beautiful crop of inspiration was showcased by major designers world-wide. Whether it was sexy back haute silhouettes to covered-up patterned laced gowns, the number of looks that took the spotlight are too numerous to mention. Designers showcased brilliantly bold silhouettes on breathtakingly beautiful blush silk fabrics, which were adorned by imperiously ornate wedding accessories. In this article, we have compiled a list of great gown choices for 2014.
MONIQUE LHUILLIER WEEDING DRESSES 2014
This wedding dress collection featured a short textured gown. The designer referred to it as an ivory crumple jacquard raglan sleeve coat, covered by an ivory crinkle jacquard sleeveless shift dress layered under the jacket. This entire collection was quite untraditional in the sense of wedding dresses. The modern touch was the mark of this collection. Any bride would look perfect in one of these gowns.
MARCHESA WEEDING DRESSES 2014
This bridal gown collection was a showcase of many strapless draped organzas and ball-gowns with hand-made flowers to detail crystal embellishments. Other looks in the collection included a three quarter sleeve lace bodice with a sculptured satin skirt; A one-shoulder lace cocktail dress; A floral light silver and crystal embroidered ball-gown as well as a corded lace column just to name a few. It seemed that lace and embroidery will always be great timeless looks, as exemplified by Marchesa in this collection. Get laced up brides!
VERA WANG WEEDING DRESSES 2014
Vera Wang always has brilliantly executed designs and her spring 2014 wedding dress collection was no exception. The bundle featured light ivory sleeveless V-necks and a silk crepe soft mermaid gown with an exposed back accent. Vera’s collection was emphasized by a myriad of textured and graphical silhouettes, gowns to make any bride feel like a queen. One of the highlights of the collection was the appliqued and rose lace embellishments which seems to be a common feature used by many designers for 2014. Some of the other bridal gowns that will definitely be hot this season out of Vera Wang’s collection, is the light ivory and black silk gown; the Ivory and bare V-neck sleeveless, lace mermaid gown and the beautifully designed laced A-line dress.
CAROLINA HERRERA WEEDING DRESSES 2014
Latin designer Carolina Herrera showcased some lovely dresses for spring 2014. Whether you are looking for an ivory suede shift dress or an ivory silk crepe gown featuring grosgrain detailing, Carolina has the look you crave. Her lovely and originally inspired gowns of off-white, with a hand-painted lace pattern on a silk organza will steal the show at any wedding. The gown has a fine cathedral tulle veil and beautiful applique. She introduced a one of a kind wedding gown with carefully placed delicate embellishments, lined with gold thread work. This dress is suited particularly for the sophisticated wedding ceremony as it evokes a kind of debonair timeliness elegance. Carolina’s gown had a modern, relaxed air of perfection, which is fit for the blushing bride who truly wishes to be simple.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA WEEDING DRESSES 2014
Oscar de la Renta’s spring 2014 wedding collection was a sea of white thread work, silky silver bullion, and a series of sequin floral embroidered tulle wraps. His collection is the envy of every bride’s maid and it’s on the wish list of every bride to be. Some of the gowns features in his incredible collection were unusual colors such as blue silk drapes with sequin in beautiful floral embroidered patterns, as well tulle strapless gowns with blue tulle wraps. Some were open back, some had sweet heart necks and some were simply unique. With a barrage of wedding dresses to choose from, in 2014, no bride or wedding, can go wrong.