My Favorite Wedding Gown Trends for Spring 2015
I’ve fallen in love. It’s true.
Not just with anyone, but with some AMAZING gowns from the Spring 2015 Bridal Fashion Week.
I’ll always squeal a little inside every time they see a pretty wedding dress, but I’m telling you these runway looks were some of the most gorgeous bridal gowns I’ve seen in quite a while. I was so excited, I just had to share my favorite trends with you!
Ines Di Santo and Anne Barge
I absolutely LOVE pearls, and to have them incorporated into a wedding dress is just devine. Definitely reminds me of the dresses as jewelry trend I saw in this year’s Golden Globes.
A perfect match for a redesign of your grandmother’s pearl earrings, I especially love the “Marlis” dress by Ines Di Santo, one of my favorites from all of Bridal Fashion Week!
Naeem Khan and Temperley Bridal
These modern layers draw attention upward, and I can’t think of anything better than pairing this with some modern white gold hoops and an earring to earring smile!
Marchesa and Mira Zwillinger
Marchesa’s bridal gown game has been getting stronger and stronger. With this dress I think they’ve finally reached the next level.
Both these gowns have a hint of 1930’s style that was mega-popular at this year’s Oscar’s, and are just perfect to show off statement earrings while walking down the aisle.
Austin Scarlett and Oleg Cassini
Who says your detailing has to match your ring? With taupe, it’s easy to wear any type jewelry — Perfect for those who change their mind (Rose gold? Palladium? White? oh my!) at the last second!
I’m all about a feminine sash at the waist or little floral appliques. And why not have a beautiful taupe color to accent an otherwise simple white gown?
Oscar De La Renta and Naeem Khan
Veil’s are so not an afterthought, ladies! They’re an important part of your look, and I practically consider them jewelry! Once you’ve found your gown, ring, and earrings, the next most important bridal accessory is the one your groom pays attention to the most! (He IS excited to kiss the bride, after all!)
So why not find the most gorgeous veil possible that actually matches your dress? I am a HUGE fan of the Naeem Kahn oversized lace designs above!
Off The Shoulder
Jenny Packham and Kelly Faetantini
This look revamps the classic sweetheart neckline we’re all a little too used to seeing.
While most would pair this with a statement necklace, the modern off-the-shoulder twist is the perfect match for a pendant necklace!
Reem Acra and Ines De Santo
What’s illusion design, you ask? See how the dresses below appear as if they are painted onto the bride’s body, as if they’re floating?
Designers rocked this look on the Spring 2015 runway. I especially love the gorgeous satin skirt Reem Acra added to their to die for illusion design dress!
“The Kate” Middleton Lace Sleeves
Carolina Herrera and Temperley Bridal
Be honest: We’re all a little too obsessed with Kate Middleton. From her wedding to her everyday looks, she is just so pretty.
While we can’t all marry into the Royal family, you can feel like a princess with these lovely lace sleeves.
Marchesa and Jenny Packham
I’ve always been a little torn on the Boho look with wedding gowns. They’re just a little too casual. But this year, Marchesa NAILED the light and flowing look while still staying luxurious as ever.
I’d like to finish off with my favorite designer of the season, Reem Acra. With satin finishes on every one of their looks, I’d be absolutely honored and ecstatic to wear anything from their line.
Satin finishes work with any jewelry, and are truly the best trend to come out of the Spring 2015 Bridal Fashion Week.
In the comments below, tell me what wedding gown trend was YOUR favorite!
If you’d love some jewelry to match your fav bridal dress, head on over here and let me design something for you!
I definitely am still in love with these wedding gown trends. I especially love sleeves on a wedding dress, they add a depth of class and elegance! This is an awesome little post, thanks so much for sharing!
I’m such a big fan of lace sleeves, but I really love the off-the-shoulder look too – you don’t see that very often! Great collection, thanks for posting!