Upcoming Wedding Gown Trends for the 2015 Season

Wedding-Gown-Trends - Picture of the spring 2015 Bridal gown collection show at on April 11, 2014 in New York City.

Every year, fashion designers come out with new ideas for wedding gowns, capturing the eyes of brides who want something different from traditional styles. Many of these designs incorporate components of time-honored bridal styling while also infusing a modern twist of fashionable aplomb. Here’s a look at what to expect if you are searching for your bridal gown.

Breezy Fabrics

This year’s modern bride will appear to be light as air in a gown crafted from breezy fabrics that simply float with a natural fluidity. Light chiffons and lacy materials are highlighted in upcoming trends.

Flowing Skirts

The perfect accompaniment for breezy fabrics, a long, flowing skirt is making a strong entrance onto this year’s runway of wedding gowns. Offering a full sense of drama, a skirt crafted from folds and folds of material that seems to swirl as the bride moves is definitely a statement maker.

Plunging Necklines

Capturing the delicate appearance of a woman’s bosoms with a touch of naughty sexuality, plunging necklines enter the lineup with a dramatic entrance. The deeper the plunge, the more confident the bride appears to be. This style is going to be accompanied by backs that are equally dramatic in form. Most of the gowns in this style will avoid sleeves or limit them to shortened versions.

Decorative Accents

Wedding gowns for 2015 are heavily decorated with glistening pearls, ostrich feathers, glittering sequins, colorful crystals, or beribboned flowers. They are designed to garner attention in a bold and noticeable manner, clearly bringing all eyes to focus on the bride and her choice in a wedding gown.

Non-Traditional Colors

Modern brides can choose more than the pure innocence offered by white. Today’s soon-to-be-married women have a wide selection of colors, including pastels, off-whites, and ombré shading that spans several shades within the same family of colors.

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Danny Todd – Founding Member of “Like the Record”I was an army brat growing up. When I was about 13, my family and I were stationed in Germany. That’s where I first met a high school senior who lived downstairs. His name was John Door – a professional jazz drummer who would practice every day. And I wanted to play just like him … I wanted it badly!We soon became friends and he began teaching me with theory reading percussion music (which I hated practicing, but knew I had to in order to progress). I soon started on snare drum in the school marching band then moved on to stage band and orchestra. My high school band mates and I formed numerous groups and played at our high school dances every Friday night. Those were the days!
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Danny Todd – Founding Member of “Like the Record”

I was an army brat growing up. When I was about 13, my family and I were stationed in Germany. That’s where I first met a high school senior who lived downstairs. His name was John Door – a professional jazz drummer who would practice every day. And I wanted to play just like him … I wanted it badly!

We soon became friends and he began teaching me with theory reading percussion music (which I hated practicing, but knew I had to in order to progress). I soon started on snare drum in the school marching band then moved on to stage band and orchestra. My high school band mates and I formed numerous groups and played at our high school dances every Friday night. Those were the days!

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