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5 Lovely Trends from the Spring 2014 Bridal Collections

Happy Friday All! Hope you’re having a great one.We already covered the cute and sassy hemlines trend which was prominent in Spring 2014’s bridal market, so for today’s Fiercely Fab Friday edition I wanted to take a look at some other great trends you can fall in love with.

Gorgeous Back Details

wedding-dresses-back-details-spring-2014Images- Monique Lhuillier (first row), Reem Acra (second row), Ines Di Santo (third row)

They’re bringing sexy back! Designers remain intent on keeping us captivated by stunning and dramatic back details on today’s wedding dresses. Judging by the popularity of these styles on Pinterest- brides-to-be just can’t get enough of them!

Ultra-chic Cover-ups

wedding-dresses-cover-ups-spring-2014Images- Monique Lhuillier (first 4), Peter Langner, Carolina Herrera

I know, I know- these lovely cover-ups would never do for the tropics where I live but aren’t they just gorgeous!! I’m sure you brides out there who are tying the knot in air-conditioned bliss could get away with the capes and shawls at least – or if your nuptials are in the evening and late in the year when the weather is a bit cooler, why not?- I’m just saying! (*wink)

Champagne Bliss

wedding-dresses-champagne-spring-2014Images- Monique Lhuillier (first row), Romona Keveza, Ines Di Santo, Romona Keveza

Colour is still very popular in bridal collections today but I wanted to specifically highlight  the dreamy shades of champagne that were seen on the runway this year. I think it’s the perfect hue for brides who want to be a bit adventurous while maintaining a sense of romance.

Pretty Sparkles

wedding-dresses-sparkle-spring-2014Images- Kenneth Pool (first row), Ines Di Santo (second row)

Sparkly details, as you may know, make me swoon!! What I especially love about what I’ve been seeing in recent bridal collections is that designers are sticking to delicate but gorgeous embellishment and nothing is too overdone or tacky.

Lace Sleeves

wedding-dresses-sleeves-spring-2014Images- Monique Lhuillier, Romona Keveza, Carolina Herrera, Marchesa (2)

Call it the ‘Kate Middleton effect’-it’s apparent that lace sleeves- in fact lace anything- will continue to trend for a while. This is a very elegant, graceful style which really does echo Duchess Kate’s lovely aesthetic.

So, what’s your favourite bridal trend?

All images via WWD except Peter Langner via Wedding Wire


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