After the Royal Wedding in 2011, we saw trends develop and inspire weddings in new ways. As an important figure in fashion, you could bet Kate Middleton would choose a tasteful, stylish dress. This dress, which resembles the wedding dress of Grace Kelly, has inspired brides everywhere. Brides are now looking for modest wedding gowns and intricate designs. This infamous dress, designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, has been admired by just about every bride-to-be.
Brides are forgetting about plunging necklines, and going for more conservative necklines. Like Kate’s gown, many brides are in search of unique necklines and illusion necklines that are covered with sheer and embellished fabrics. Lace is one of the most timeless and favored fabrics used for these gowns.
Not only are brides looking for coverage on their necklines, but they are also gearing towards long sleeves. Most times, brides are choosing to have sheer or lace long-sleeves like Kate’s dress.
One area that they are not looking to cover up is their backs. This trend is becoming increasingly popular and brides are loving it. They are seeking ornate and open backs for their dresses, to add more unique and beautiful details to their dress.
Brides are hoping that their dress remains stylish and timeless, very much like Kate’s wedding gown – one that will have everyone talking.
Have any of the features on Kate’s dress inspired your gown in some way?