The new 2012 trends are not dresses from times past; with their innovative textures, bodices, and colors they will continue to surprise and provide you with something unique on your special day.
Invisible necklines are one of the newest trends to be found in the bridal industry. They make any gown modest and elegant with just a touch of lace, pearls, or crystal appliques on the sheer fabric . Invisible necklines can also be achieved by adding an inner dress which many designers now offer.
Textured dresses are not only playful but add opulence to a gown. One of the most iconic bridal gown textures was created by Vera Wang through easy going layers that add modern sophistication to her designs. These textures make her gowns effortlessly whimsical and airy. The new 2012 Enzoani and Blue by Enzoani collections are full with playful and refined textures. Their gown styles which feature: Gloria with crinkle chiffon, Gali with fabric rosettes and pleated chiffon, and Egypt with a beaded bodice and a tiered ruched skirt made of organza. The use of these textures has made light and airy the trending look for this year’s brides.
Beaded bodices? Yes please! The trick with beaded bodices is to harmonize the bodice with the skirt. Many designers have now adorned the bodice with intricate designs while pairing it with a minimalistic skirt. Enzoani and Blue by Enzoani both use beaded bodices often in their new collection. Gerry has a beaded bodice with a lace skirt, Egypt has a similar bodice but with a tiered ruched skirt, not to mention the gorgeous beading on other gowns like Glenda, Earlton, and Gretchen.
A splash of color for your special day. Bridal gowns are now offered in an array of colors such as blush, oatmeal, and even emerald. Although not many brides are daring enough to wear a non-traditional color, many are adventurous enough to wear a colored sash. Colored sashes are a great way to add your own personal touch.
While styles are constantly changing, the new 2012 trends will provide you with happiness for a lifetime to come.