New Trends for Wedding Dresses in Gauteng
When you are looking for wedding dresses, Gauteng is a great place to start. The area has many great venues and wedding shops, and finding your perfect attire for the wedding party is made easier when you deal with experts who know their professions well.
When it comes to wedding dresses, there are many different trends which are now emerging on the catwalks of Europe and the USA. These trends tend to spill over into South Africa and result in similar trends in wedding dresses at Gauteng shops and boutiques. One boutique that stands out above the rest when it comes to being on trend is Dream Dress Wedding Boutique. We ensure that we carry a wide selection of beautiful designer gowns that not only ranges from classic or traditional looks, but also includes some of the hottest trends in bridal wear.
2014 Trends for Bridal Gowns
Sleeves are becoming more popular and adding lace sleeves to a wedding dress can create a wonderful vintage feel. Types of sleeves range from capped sleeves to full length sleeves, which cover the whole arm and part of the back of the hand. Embroidered motifs are also used to great effect. If you are not that fond of doing weights or push-ups, it is also a great way to hide little imperfections, and the correct sleeve can flatter any body type or dress silhouette.
Coloured wedding dresses are currently featuring quite strongly, and the most popular colour is pink. Wedding dresses appear in a wide range of various pink hues, which range from a bright cerise to a soft, barely-there shade of pale pink. The lighter shades of pink create a wonderfully romantic feel and compliment just about any skin colour.
Shorter dresses are making a comeback and hemlines were lifted to create a wide variety of styles. The most popular lengths are on the knee or just below. This is a great way to show off a stunning pair of legs and show-stopping footwear. Graduated hemlines are also popular.
Floral motifs, especially roses, are embroidered or even painted onto dresses. Often large, dinner plate sized, three dimensional roses made of fabric are sewn onto the waist or skirt of the dress. Fabric roses are also used to adorn hair or to create a veil with impact.
Veils are making a big comeback and many brides are now opting for long, lacy veils again. On the catwalks, veils come in all shapes, sizes and colours, and short bouffant veils are very effectively paired with shorter dresses in a light pink. For a vintage feel, full length lace sleeves are used with long veils made of lace rather than stiff tulles and other fabrics.
If you are in the market for some of the more trendy wedding dresses in Gauteng, make an appointment with our team of consultants at Dream Dress Wedding Boutique. In order to guarantee that you find the dress that suits you the best, we ensure that our staff is always well-versed in the latest bridal trends and that you have our full attention at all times. Come and see our range of the dreamiest wedding dresses in Gauteng today!