Satin wedding dresses are back in vogue for 2016 and we’ve rounded up the top 30 most flattering satin styles
Once said to have had their day, satin wedding dresses are now back in a big way for 2016. Dress designers’ collections feature full satin skirts and there is a focus on ball gown styles.
Slinky satin wedding dresses can be unforgiving and don’t always look particularly flattering if you’re carrying an extra pound or two. Luckily 2016 fashion seems to be focused very much on figure flattering A-line and ball gown shapes. Feel like a modern princess in these ball gown styles with pockets by Cabotine and Pronovias.
Fashionistas take note of the following styles which combine two trends in one: Justin Alexander, David Tutera for Mon Cheri, and Mark Lesley’s dresses featuring pleats; Antonia Riva’s adds ruffles to his gown; Amelia Spose incorporates the bateau neckline in her satin wedding dress.
Mermaid / Trumpet
From trumpet dresses that flare out mid-thigh to mermaid gowns that are fitted to the knee – these feminine satin styles are fantastic for emphasising your curves.
As the lace wedding dress look continues into next year we’re seeing satin skirts paired with lace illusion backs, lace sleeves and shoulder detail.
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