- Beaded Columns
- Cap Sleeves
- Metallic Lace
- Pearl Accents
- Bold Backs
For the newly engaged, this year has been filled with vintage. With “The Great Gatsby” film release earlier this year and the boom of lace, pearls, cream colors, it’s no wonder that this era has slowly taken over the bridal industry as well.
Beads, cap sleeves, pearls, coverlets are all screaming for the past to enter the present. And we’re proud to say, the runways are listening.
It’s interesting enough that the color of the year (according to Pantone) is Emerald and bridal designers are rushing after the colors of sapphire, blush and slate grey. Darker tones such as Sapphire and Slate are perfect for those body conscious bridesmaids who are looking to compliment through subtle flattery rather than an “in your face” sheer fabric. Both colors are perfect for an easy color coordination and luxurious scheme. Blush is the perfect romantic accent to a whimsical, traditional event and also adds a sense of bold edginess among those brides wanting to bring themselves out of the “conventional” bride.
- Hair Jewelry
Traditional accessories for every bride are still large and in charge on the runways this year. Veils, gloves and hair jewelry are all must haves for the bride to be. Whether you’re searching for drama or simple elegance, you’ll find the perfect accent to your bridal ensemble by including one of these time honored trends within your wardrobe.