Wedding Dresses Trends 2015

Those who are planning to get married in 2015 definitely have a tough choice when it comes to trends. The beautiful gowns and the wide array of jewelry they can choose from can make things difficult and quite confusing but this article is meant to put things in perspective for the future brides.

The new collections of wedding dresses show a lot of the trendy elements that have been suggested for 2015. There is also a lot of detail in the design and possibly a return to the traditional and romantic style, with vintage lace and delicate beads that are applied on the main part of the gown. However, there are a few main trends that they will want to know about.

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Necklines have always been appreciated, especially when it comes to wedding dresses but it seems that this year the fashion houses are returning to more traditional touches. They are beautiful and they look good on anyone so if you want a more bohemian style wedding dress, you should certainly go for necklines.

Unusual colors

Despite their shape and model, the contemporary dress has lost its love for the white color, as various shades of blue, gray and even mint are making brides go crazy in love. However, you can choose any color you want as long as it is a pastel color. If you don’t want a full colored dress, you can choose one that only has a few colored accents. This way you can maintain the classy look but still have a few trendy elements.


If you are looking for a more fairy tale look, using a cape for your wedding day is a great idea. You can even choose to have it in a trendy color while having your wedding dress completely white. If it’s a lace cape with intricate design it will look even more spectacular while you are walking down the aisle.

Detachable Dress

One of the biggest surprises for this season is the detachable wedding dress, an interesting and new concept, not to mention a very good idea for those who want to look like a princess during the ceremony but adopt a more casual look during the party. The detachable dress allows you to avoid wasting any time to change during your wedding day and simply detach the skirt of your dress for a shorter or a more comfortable one. Continue Reading

A New Type Of Elegance with a Midi Dress

The Midi Dress is a fashion item that has been considered both elegant and “safe” when it comes to fashion trends. When you want to be sexy but revealing too much would be a problem, the midi dress is the perfect combination of feeling comfortable and feeling beautiful. The perfect midi dress is supposed to touch your knees, so when you actually buy it you are supposed to try it on and see whether it has that length or not. Otherwise, it can’t be called a midi dress.

But what can you do with a midi dress? A midi dress is actually perfect for a casual date, a walk in the park, a day at school, a day at the office and even a night out with your friends if you don’t want to reveal too much. Also, a midi dress is very fashionable no matter what the trends are and you can always combine it with so many other accessories just to spice it up a bit. There are also a lot of types of midi dresses out there that you can choose from and see which fits you best.

The classic midi dress

1-      The classic midi dress  – This type of dress is very classy and 20s looking. It has been fashionable among women all ages and goes really well with any occasion. If you want to be really well accessorized you should also choose a pin or a set of pearls to make it stand out even more.

70s style midi dress

2-      The 70s style midi dress – This type of midi dress became very popular in the 80s and we can see it in a lot of sitcoms in the late 70s and early 80s. This is a very tight dress that often reveals a lot so it can be a really good choice when you don’t want to reveal much skin but still look sexy.

50s style midi dress

The 50s-60s style midi dress – This dress is very tight on the upper part of your body but with a very wide lower part. Perfect for women who want to hide their hips and show off part of their legs, this was a really fashionable type of dress during the 60s, especially among middleclass housewives.

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