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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

2010 Bridal Fashion Trends

This is an exciting decade when it comes to bridal gowns. 2010 brings lots of choices to bridal fashion.
The focus this season is skirts with fuller and more dramatic silhouettes. Embellishments such as flower appliqu├ęs, bows, masses of ruffles or draped layers are incredible details that create individuality and style.

Fabrics for the next year are leaning back to the industry favorites. Lace, taffeta and tulles take the limelight. These light fabrics can create lots of airy volume allowing for a more comfortable gown on a hot summer day. Perfect for the ball gown bride because one thing is for sure…the ball gown is back. The only difference is that there will be a lot more drama on the lower half.

Another emerging trend is eye catching accents with the use of beading. Less fabric detail and more glitter is definitely in vogue. Embellished "jewelry style accents" in skillful patterns are incorporated into the design which forms part of the dress. This means less searching for that perfect piece of jewelry.

Another great trend is the Tea Legnth dress. This is perfect for a retro style wedding or any outdoor wedding.

Finally, two emerging fashion trends worth noting:

1. Color
While our society still thinks of a wedding dress in white, many brides are now confident enough to step outside the box and embrace a color that flatters their skin tone. Shades such as, silver blue, muted pinks, soft yellow and purple are popular choices.

2. The Two Dress Dilemma
Celebrities have set the tone here, by changing from their traditional wedding gown after the ceremony to a more contemporary slinky silhouette by evening. Whether the choice is a short number to show off a great pair of shoes or long and slender silhouette, it is a great excuse to buy another wedding dress. As long as the budget permits not too many of us would require much arm twisting here.

The 2009 trends that still carried forward to this year

1. One shoulder dresses have taken the runway by storm in 2009, so it is no surprise that it is a focal point in bridal fashion Drama created by architecturally manipulating fabric into many different types of details gives the basic strapless dress a whole new look.

2. Asymmetry, ruching and draping are still the rage and you will find it everywhere. It is rare to see a plain dress that doesn’t have some type of fold, pleat or gathers.

Today’s brides are exercising their right to portray their unique personality by selecting the perfect dress. Choosing a wedding gown is always a special time in a bride’s life. No matter what their taste is, they are sure to find an incredible creation in 2010 at Magnifique Boutique.

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