Every year, every season, there are lots of big brands launching their newest designs of dresses to gain their popularity and money. No matter you gonna buy your wedding dresses or occasional dresses on line, such as WeddingCountdown bridal gowns shop online, you should first know what is this year famous trend. Next I want to show you the most popular lace trend brands this year. By looking at those, you can copy and paste them which give you a different inspiration. As there are lots of imitations online, you can buy them with a lower price than the real one. It’s definitely a happy journey.
First is the Cecil Beaton Exhibit in London, Carolina Herrera's Spring 2013 bridal collection which is a true work of art. It is inspired by the “blacks, whites and fantasy.” each dress designed cater to a different sensibility, from traditional to fashion-forward. In other words, there’s a gown perfect for every style bride! Herrera's Spring 2013 collection captures some of our favorite bridal style trends, including pretty polka dots, sheer lave illusions, and Kate Middleton-inspired sleeves. Now let’s enjoy the lace one they provide.
Second is Duchess Kate. She is still the reigning influence on wedding gowns, with her iconic lace wedding dress ushering in a variety of lace uses. Kate opted to cover her arms and shoulders with lace, and the look continues with a variety of lace styles used for sleeves, for the entire length of the skirt, and for coverage of the chest and shoulders alone in sleeveless dress styles.
Bridal gown designers are now incorporating a look called “nouveau lace,” in which the art is in the patterns of lace, from delicate, small lace patterning to larger, more graphic floral made of lace that may cover the bride’s shoulder blades in the back, or festoon the dress itself. Conservative brides who wish to cover up, or whose houses of worship do not allow bare arms and shoulders, adore the lace-covering look, which ties into the spring 2013 trend of romantic, feminine, with an Old World feel.
The last you gonna see is the red one. Well, thanks to Vera Wang and a few others like Oscar de la Renta and Romona Keveza it's at least a viable option. Did you know that sometraditions prize red for its warmth and beauty, christening it the color of festivals and celebration? To Russians the word red relates to beauty. In China this color symbolizes fortune and joy, and is still traditional with brides. For Vera it was the time-honored wedding color inspired by her roots. Notice the range of shades she offers. While I doubt the majority of women want to replace white and all it traditionally represents, red is and will continue to be a popular option for non-traditional brides both summer and winter.