Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses
The current wedding trends are constantly changing and this is why it’s so hard for a bride to make an easy decision. It can be very difficult to choose from a myriad of styles that are never stable. The world of fashion, especially for brides is tricky and transient. Making the final choice becomes one of the most challenging things to fulfill by the modern bride. But you should not worry. It’s better to have more choices and feel overwhelmed than to have fewer options and feel limited!
The subject we wanted to approach today is the long sleeved wedding dress. This style was very popular back in the old days and now it seems that it is back on trend. It’s been a year since Kate Middleton wore her gorgeous long lace sleeved wedding gown at her royal wedding and still many designers and brides are inspired by her style. Although she’s worn a myriad of unique beautiful outfits since the wedding, many stylists are still hooked on her gorgeous wedding dress! It’s obvious that her Sarah Burton wedding gown for Alexander McQueen will remain a memorable look in history.
We can expect many brides to fall for her gown and choose the exact same model for their big day. We are very happy to see that the long sleeve trend is back after such a long break. Now that Kate manage to wear this design with such class, prestige and elegance, it’s obvious that any other modern bride can do it for her wedding. We think that even those who were still skeptical about this style are now convinced that a long sleeved wedding gown can make a sensational selection for an elegant formal wedding. It’s true that not everyone can wear such a dramatic dress, but it doesn’t have to be such an elaborated model. You can choose any other simple style to go with your personality and amplitude of your wedding.
The little extra coverage Kate Middleton chose for her gown was not only a mark of decency and elegance but also a sign of distinction and high-class. The surprise comes from the fact that Kate is a modern woman and still she chose to wear a traditional-inspired gown. There are many types of long-sleeved wedding gown designs to choose from. There is another great trend in this year with ¾ length sleeves that you can check out. And if you’re not the biggest fan of lace, choose another fabric for the sleeves and neckline. Tulle, illusion, net or gauze, these are other beautiful lightweight fabric choices for your long sleeves. Check out Claire Pettibone’s gorgeous collections that combine the Edwardian type of elegance with the uniqueness of Art Nouveau.