- You are getting married this year? Then take a look at the bridal fashion trends 2016!
- These 5 bridal fashion trends are especially hip in 2016
- 1. wicked
- 2. Other substances
- 3. Quite simple
- 4. Traditional
- 5th cape
You are getting married this year? Then take a look at the bridal fashion trends 2016!
It is the dress of your life. No dress will ever be as significant in your life as your wedding dress. But do not panic: Even if your wedding dress should be something very special, there are fortunately 2016 very great bridal trends that will help you in choosing the right dress.
Of course, wedding dresses are always a bit similar. Most are long and white. Nevertheless, every bride can bring her own style and taste into choosing her dress.
These 5 bridal fashion trends are especially hip in 2016
Transparent and a lot of skin to see: The new brides show what they have. Delicate lace through which the skin flashes or a deep back cut: Allowed is what pleases. Even if that is pretty revealing.Getty Images
2. Other substances
This year may also be other substances. Brocade or Velvet: Maybe you have a material that you like most? Great, because in 2016, wedding dresses can sometimes be made of material other than tulle and silk.Getty Images
3. Quite simple
2016 will be easy. Many dresses at wedding fairs and the catwalks are simple. Very unpretentious and pure she has her appearance in a very simple dress. This can be made of linen or cotton and goes well with a relaxed summer wedding.Getty Images
Not very new, but always trendy: the traditional wedding dresses with simple cuts and a lot of lace. They were already well received by Mette, Kate and Sophia and you can feel like a princess yourself.
This trend is very special: the cape to the dress. Those who marry in colder temperatures can wrap themselves in a cloak - the trend is also somewhat reminiscent of Elsa from Disney's "Frozen". Anyone who uses the cape only as an accessory for the dress, the big appearance is sure. Because a cape is definitely an eye-catcher.Getty Images