Νυφικά Φορέματα. Άνοιξη 2011

In case you have not been keeping up with the latest wedding news, the Spring 2011 bridal gown collections have recently debuted. What this means for brides-to-be is that it is now possible to get a glimpse of the styles which will be in vogue for 2011 weddings. With all of the trends, details, and silhouettes, here is the wedding news from Bridal Market. There is one thing which is instantly noticeable when previewing the Spring 2011 wedding gown collections, which is a shift in the prevalent silhouettes and necklines. Strapless, if it ever went anywhere, is back with a vengeance. There are are just a few stragglers of the one shoulder neckline which has been so hot for the last two bridal seasons. While a few gowns with straps of various kinds (particularly illusion straps) were in evidence, for the most part, strapless once again reigns supreme. Something else which is a strong trend for 2011 wedding dresses is that the silhouettes of the gowns have gotten slimmer. There were a number of soft sheath dresses on the runways, and far fewer ballgowns than in seasons past. Even at classic designers like Christos, the sheath and the A-line gown were far more common than a full ballgown. The other top silhouette is the trumpet, which remains popular. Another carry over from 2010 is the emphasis on the natural waistline. This trend away from a dropped waist started with the 1950s inspired bridal gowns, and is very strong for 2011. The natural waist is emphasized by sashes, bows, and origami folds in soft materials like organza, especially at Amsale. If you have been pondering a non-white wedding gown, you will find some options in the Spring 2011 collections. Vera Wang did several gowns in a pale dove gray in translucent materials such as organza and gray tulle. Fashion forward as ever, the Vera Wang collection featured a lot of folding and avant-garde draping, particularly on the skirts. Frothy, drapey, and very unique, these softly colored bridal gowns may be just what the chic bride ordered. Femininity is a major influence on the 2011 collections. Romantic fabrics like lace, organza, and tulle are much more widely used than shiny materials like silk satin (except at the always glamorous Platinum by Priscilla of Boston, although even their designs were less heavily embellished than in some seasons). Any bride who is looking for a wedding gown which is romantic and feminine will definitely find it. This is not to say that the designs are saccharine; in fact there is still quite a bit of action at the bottoms of the gowns, with asymmetrical gathering, pleating, pulling, and ruching abounding. There are definitely some fresh new looks in the Spring 2011 wedding gown collections, as well as styles which build upon previous designs. The key words are feminine, fashion-forward, and soft for the upcoming year. Slimmer silhouettes and less shimmer trends away from the "princess bride" look in favor of something more sophisticated. There will certainly be many wonderful wedding dresses from which a 2011 bride can choose. Read more: http://www.articlesbase.com/marriage-articles/spring-2011-wedding-gown-p... Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/marriage-articles/spring-2011-wedding-gown-p...

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