Our favourite 2015 bridal trends from the catwalk
See the top bridal looks from the fall 2015 fashion shows.
2015 bridal fashion trends hot off the runway
For brides on the lookout for a dream wedding dress, bridal fashion week is the best time to source inspiration.
It’s the first sneak peek at which trends, colours, shapes and styles will be dominating bridal fashion for 2015 and gives you a good idea of the kinds of wedding dresses that will soon be stocked in our local Irish bridal boutiques.
As it turns out, there’s no escaping colourful wedding dresses for 2015. What started out as a mini bridal trend has turned into a coveted wedding dress look and during bridal fashion week for fall 2015, there was barely a collection shown that didn’t feature a coloured wedding dress of some description.
For this season, it’s all about whimsy – bridal designers were dishing out a bounty of beautifully ethereal and romantic bridal gowns. Monique Lhuillier treated us to a dainty collection of ballet inspired wedding dresses in soft frothy fabrics and pale muted colours.
Over the past few seasons, we’ve noticed bridal designers flirting with the idea of sexy wedding dresses, but for fall 2015, this romance blossomed into a full-scale love affair. Designers such as Vera Wang, Ines Di Santo and Rivini, all debuted bridal collections featuring revealing backs, deep plunging necklines and sultry cut-outs.
As well as the more traditional styles the runway seemed to be peppered with more unique options. We’re loving the bridal trend crop tops but we’re not sure if many Irish brides will take the plunge!
Designers seemed to be really embracing embroidered detailing as 2015 bridal trend and we can’t get enough of it! It really adds to the gown and makes what was a simple design pop.
Sophisticated Empire Line
Although there certainly were so big and bold bridal trends this year lots of designers were catering for the more demure bride too. With the use of elegant materials such as lace or satin some fashion houses took the simple empire line and made it stand out in a sophisticated way.