The wedding dress designers today have the fashion conscious brides on their minds. So it’s not much of hoops, layers of ornate skirting and the traditional meringue dresses. It is much of the cool lace and satin factor with delicate slip dress, tights and body conscious dresses with bustier detailing.
Then there is the Greek Goddess style dresses designed by a Greek designer based in London. Her dresses are the long drape types for a net-a-porter online store and they have a grand success, as has been reported. The modern approach to a woman’s prom wedding dress is not to hide her amidst heaps of draping but to make her feel comfortable and chic in her wedding gown, so that she is best made up for the D-day in that unique wedding dress.
Prom Wedding Dresses 2013
Traditional Wedding Dresses
Getting back to the wedding dresses of the past, Queen Victoria’s dress in 1840, deserves special mention. Instead of her royal robes, she had opted for a satin dress which had a lace trim and was worked upon by 200 lace workers. They took over eight months to complete her dress. The gown carried a train which was trimmed beautifully with orange blossoms that matched the orange blossoms on the Queen’s headdress.
The train measured six yards. The wedding dress of Grace Kelly was an admirable one designed by a famous designer called Helen Rose. The lower part which was a gathered skirt joined the upper part which was a lace bodice. With the veil and the other accessories, the dress was an eye turner. Jacqueline Kennedy’s wedding dress most traditionally made by Anne Lowe of New York was a beautifully ornate gown.
She was a stylish and sophisticated lady of the 1950s and her wedding gown in silk taffeta was comprised of a bouffant skirt with delicate tucking. Princess Diana’s wedding dress also deserves special mention. It accentuated her beauty to a great deal in a dress, made of ivory silk and lace with embellishments of pearls along with a train, 25 feet long.
Gradually wedding dresses started losing their long trains and laces and they became more practical than ever in the hands of modern wedding dress couturiers. At the wedding of Princess Charlene and Prince Albert, the wedding gown designed by the famous Armani enhanced the beauty of the bride through the simple asymmetrical design showing off an immaculate off shoulder neckline.
The Prom chic wedding dresses came into vogue gradually. Tear drop mother of pearls and crystals embellished the oh-so-pretty gown of the Royal Lady. The beautiful violet colored gown of Dita Von Tee and of Salma Hayek in an ivory gown, full skirt and adorned with crystals and accentuated by a long veil, deserve special mention. In 1999 Victoria wore a Vera Wang gown to her wedding with David Beckham. Her slim waist clung on to her champagne color dress snugly.
It was strapless and the wedding gown was accentuated with a 18 carat golden crown that she wore beautifully. Catherine Zeta Jones’ low cut dress, in satin a long fishtail lacy train and the Prom wedding dress by Kim Kardashian, a simple ivory color gown with a tulle skirt and laced appliqué on the bodice deserve special mention. Nicole Kidman’s one shoulder gown is a bright instance of the Prom Wedding gowns that we may look forward to with some changes in 2013.
What the Designers Have to Say
One of the famous designers has to say that the bride today is more fashion savvy than those of the yesteryears. She has to make her own decision and she never only depends on the Bridal Shop to think that they know better. One other designer for a famous portal that sells wedding gown, says that although there is a search for the traditional wedding gown in ivory satin or silk, the customers are always looking for novelty in designs.
The Director of Harper’s Bazaar has to say that the customer who is looking forward to catwalks in her wedding dress is looking beyond a meringue or trains. So ladies are also looking out for that not-so-formal wedding dress that can be used on other occasions too.
A simple lace slip design looks pretty on young and slim women. Most often girls also opt for traditional gowns because of peer pressure from friends or mothers, but women have started putting in their own thoughts about wedding fashion and about how they should look and feel on their wedding day.
The Prom Wedding Dress 2013
The top designers like Terrani, Sherri Hill and Jovani have their windows exhibiting 2013 Prom Wedding styles. These are stunning dresses for 2013 and the hottest styles. Of course, some styles never grow old but there are always the fresh trends that come in every year as the prom season approaches.
This year, the prom wedding dresses should be full of glam and glitz and ornate designs. How about that wedding dress in chiffon or a strapless train organza dress? A chapel train along with a laced organza dress and a satin wedding dress that is strapless could also be on your choice list.Appliques and beading with ornate embroidery or that off shoulder taffeta embroidery could also be a wonderful purchase.
A pretty, girly prom dress to make a girl twirl on the dance floor will have guys queuing up to see her. There is the prom wedding dress with gazar bands that soften the neckline of the gown.
Jesús Peiró 2013 wedding dresses with a lace bodice and dainty sleeves made of diaphanous fabrics is just what you could set your mind on.
The Vera Wang dresses come in rich shades of crimson, dahlia, vermilion and scarlet. The tiered dresses in sumptuous satin are just what could make you a fairytale princess on your wedding day. The A line wedding prom dresses fresh out of the couturier’s window is just made for you.
With the approach of the Wedding day as your heart goes bang bang, it’s time to choose the best wedding dress for yourself, traditional in meringues or trains or that A Line prom ivory beauty that stole your heart for your very unique beach wedding.