When it comes to bridal style, the year 2015 is all about celebrating the individual. Brides wish to communicate who they are by incorporating unique fashion and creative details into their bridal look. Here are some of the top wedding styles and trends for 2015.
This year, brides are breaking away from the traditional tulle gowns in favor of separates—even crop tops have emerged as a new bridal trend. Crop tops often feature boning for a corseted look, intricate lace designs, or even daring cutouts of flowers and other shapes.
Blues, grays, and mint green dresses are stealing the spotlight from the traditional ivory and white gowns. Adventurous brides can express themselves by choosing a colorful dress.
The modern, sleek plunging V-neck makes a statement on the runway and down the aisle. This sophisticated look is more daring than the traditional high-neck and sweetheart necklines that were popular in previous years.
For those celebrating their wedding in the fall or winter, bridal outerwear is both beautiful and functional. Several top designers offered cable-knit turtlenecks, wool coats, and even ivory leather jackets for fall and winter brides. Capes have also become a popular choice among brides.
For an ethereal look, brides are choosing gowns with laser-cut embellishments, including classic floral patterns. Laser-cut lace remains a timeless and elegant look for brides. Brides who prefer sleeved gowns will find flowing sleeves with beautiful floral details.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a truly unforgettable wedding, and British-inspired trends remain relevant in 2015. English roses, peonies, and dahlias continue to be bouquet favorites for brides. These flowers are versatile and look stunning in both relaxed and traditional celebrations.
Floral hairstyles remain popular for 2015, but the larger blooms of 2014 have been replaced with delicate small flowers. Brides are adorning their hair with dainty daisy crowns or wildflowers scattered over a braid. The low bun remains a top hairstyle, with its versatility making it a favorite among brides. A sparkling headband or flower crown adds romance to a simple bun.
For the Groom
While most bridal fashion focuses on the bride, grooms can have some fun with the 2015 trends. Gray suits have replaced the traditional tuxedo, and fun bow ties have replaced traditional neckties. Groomsmen can even mix and match their suits and vests for a unique look.
Individualism truly is the theme of 2015. These groundbreaking bridal trends allow brides and grooms to express their true personalities.