We’ve seen the steady rise of non-traditional wedding dresses over the past few years. 2014 really brought them into the forefront with many brides opting for stylish alternatives. We predict that this trend will continue this year with jumpsuits, pants, separates and plenty of color. There are no rules when it comes to finding your own style for your wedding day. Plus, if you’re thinking outside of the white wedding dress box then you’ll be surprised at the amount of options out there.
Bridal separates give you the opportunity to really create a unique look. Last year also saw the crop top trend make its way into bridal fashion. A high-waisted skirt paired with a sleeved midriff-baring top works this trend in a feminine but edgy way.
You can look outside of the bridal boutiques if you’re going for separates. Combining pieces from different stores will build your own look. This is also good for your budget as you can go for an intricate embellished top and pair it with a simple and inexpensive skirt. Who said that a pencil skirt isn’t wedding appropriate? When worn with a satin bustier and lace overlay it definitely is.
Take wearing something blue to another level with an all-blue wedding dress. A subtle hue gives a vintage feel with the lace details.
Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2015 is Marsala. A rich color that deserves to take center stage and will look ridiculously pretty for a bohemian affair.
Metallic wedding dresses were another runway trend that can be achieved with embellished details.
Comfort need not be the only reason for wearing trousers or a jumpsuit, they are such a stylish way to have a unique bridal look.
For a feminine take on the tux, this white jumpsuit is just the thing. Perfect for a City Hall wedding followed by an intimate meal. Pairing trousers with a detailed camisole has a sophisticated look.
Photo one: thelane.com; Photo two: snippetandink.com; Photo three: etsy.com; Photo four: lovemydress.net; Photo five: thesparrowandthecrow.com; Photo six: ourlaboroflovebyheidi.com; Photo seven: josevilla.com; Photo eight: theeverygirl.com;