Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Hottest Bridal Trends For Spring 2013

In showings for Spring 2013 bridal trends there are a few standouts. Here are just a few samples of the wonderful new designs and features brides can look forward to in the near future.


Be it dramatic and bold reds or blacks or soft pastels brides are spoilt for choice. Your color theme no longer need only apply to your decor!

Maggie Sottero delivered a beautiful soft pink strapless gown with ruffle detail. Perfect for the bride who wants to wear color but still wants to keep it light.

Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld gave us a softer take on the color trend by giving us a soft mix of traditional white with pink accents.


The back of the wedding dress will be getting just as much attention as the front in upcoming seasons. When you consider walking down the aisle and having everyone looking at your back for at least part of the ceremony it all makes sense.

Anna Maier took the portrait back literally by creating a beautiful lace frame on the back.

Reem Acra continued the illusion style neckline on the back in this beautifully detailed gown.


The flattering peplum trend has seen its way from the red carpet to our every day wear and now it takes pride of place on the bride.

Alfred Angelo balanced out his peplum at the waist with a fluted hem and contrasting belt detail.

Amsales offering was a modern take on the peplum creating an soft angular effect in this beautiful ivory gown with 3d flower detail and fluted hem.


Everything old is new again with Lace Nouveau as we see the lace trend continue in new cuts and designs.

Christos gave us a bold take on the trend with this full skirted gown completely covered in lace.

Ines Di santo gave us a sexy take in a sleek all over lace gown with contrasting lace patterns.


Transformer gowns have nothing to do with the movies. It's all about a 2fer gown - a gown that starts out looking one way and with a removal of a piece here and there turns into a whole other gown. This style is perfect for those who want a dramatic look for their ceremony but want something simpler and different for their reception. Why buy two gowns when you can get two for the price of one with a transformer? ;)

Monique Lhuillier gave us this dramatic gown with it's tulle overlay skirt and sleek lace gown peeking from underneath taking us from a virtual ball gown to a column dress in the blink of an eye.

Ines Di Santo gave us this simply elegant look with high neck lace dipped capelet. The lace is easily removed to show off a sleek and elegant gown. Adding a striking necklace or jewelled belt after removing the lace would completely transform this look.

R&M @ GoS


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