When you are thinking about your winter wedding, look at some wedding dresses that have sheer fabric at the top with lacy embroidery accents. Lace, while sometimes perceived as old-fashioned, is quickly making a comeback with today's brides. Winter white lace is a very beautiful and classical tribute to a wedding held in the wintertime. Sheer long sleeves and necklines can be gorgeously accented or appliqued with the lace and some rhinestones for extra shimmer.
The reasons for this shift in wedding attire trends could be that more and more couples are opting for either destination weddings or more in-formal affairs. Wearing a massive princess style gown is very impractical and very stifling, especially in a warmer climate. So, which gown is the best for you?
If your curves are more abundant in the hip area, you might consider wearing an A-line gown. One lovely style is the Organza A-Line gown with Angled Draped Pick-Ups. This strapless dress hugs the torso before descending in drapes of luscious White or Soft White organza. The neckline is a sweetheart style and the waist is adorned with a lovely 3D floral piece. A sweep train flows out behind this lovely gown, giving you that final touch of perfection.
Mermaid dresses are designed to be fitted on the bodice and hips, and flare out into a trumpet shape at the knee. This type of bridal gown usually comes with fabrics that can hold its shape like lace and satin so as to accent the signature flared hem. This dress style is perfect for brides who want to make a grand entrance.
These dresses with trumpet silhouette always look glamorous and elegant. They are usually seen worn at more formal weddings. Generally speaking, mermaid gowns that are made from delicate laces are more wearable for less fancy occasions. Mermaid dresses were very popular in the 1950s and early 60s when women desired to flaunt their curvaceous bodies.
So if you are getting married and worries about how you will look on your wedding day, the safest style of lunadress to get is an A-Line cut to make sure you will look just as perfect as the brides in magazines. Choosing an A-Line wedding dress still gives you several options to be unique and glamorous on your wedding day. You can choose to have off shoulder-sleeves, long laced sleeves, spaghetti type straps, or even tubes.
Lace embroidered dresses have been popular for an age, they are THE most traditional style of gown and were made even more popular in 2011 with the Royal Wedding, with many brides wanting to emulate the royal style. They remain at the top of fashion styles for weddings if you want to be a traditional bride and have an ageless quality.