Wedding Dress Trends 2014

Every year wedding dresses get tweaked and are perfected from the previous year.  You may think they all look the same, but until you begin your wedding gown search you don’t realize the detail each wedding dress possesses and it’s own unique beauty.  There is a wedding gown for everyone out there, even the gowns that you would never imagine yourself in can look absolutely breathtaking.

What trends are happening for wedding gowns in 2014?  If you are in the market for a wedding gown, you will be pleased with what designers have to offer.  Designers this year offer an elegant yet effortless look for brides to be.  You will find several gowns that have open backs, which is perfect for Texas weather.  Gowns with an open back are sexy without giving away too much, it leaves room for the imagination. Let the images speak for themselves.

Photo Credit:  Brides.com
Photo Credit: Brides.com
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Photo Credit: Blush
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The simple elegance continues into the 2014 fall trends.  We also continue to see short wedding dresses that follow the same pattern as the long wedding gowns.  While looking for your perfect gown you will see several cap sleeves on wedding dresses.  You will also see more dresses with some sort of a strap or sleeve instead of strapless.

Photo Credit:  Marchesa
Photo Credit: Marchesa
Photo Credit:  Carolina Herrera
Photo Credit: Carolina Herrera

Dresses this year have decorative details.  The eye-catching detail bring “all eyes on the bride” to a whole new level.  You might be thinking bling, but it isn’t all bling.  The details range from pearls to lace appliqué and even some bits of sparkle.

Phot Credit: Kenneth Pool
Phot0 Credit: Kenneth Pool

These simple trends make for gorgeous wedding gowns.

 

*Betsy Villanueva

 

 

 

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