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new wedding dress trends 2011

Editors search shows this spring in New York Bridal Fashion Week to the latest trends of the bride. Here are 20 new designs for the bride fashion forward.

1. Royal wedding gowns inspired

Following the lead of this year, two royal weddings - Prince William and Prince Albert - Veteran designer Romona Keveza has built a collection of Princess Brides (as "Grace" dress) inspired. For information, lace neckline and full skirts modest new style of dress would be perfect for black tie wedding.

2. Deep necklines

When Sarah Yasser fashion show, it was all too sexy, fitted styles. A topic we've been through a few designers were "how-low-can-you-go" deep V-neck.

3. Feathers galore

From peacocks to the ostrich, skirts and boleros clouds Bridal Fashion Week were great. We saw clothes from designers such as Carolina Herrera, Reem Acra and Project Runway favorite birds Carol Hannah.
new wedding dress trends 2011

new wedding dress trends 2011

new wedding dress trends 2011

new wedding dress trends 2011

new wedding dress trends 2011

new wedding dress trends 2011

4. Tip-of-the-shoulder straps

We love this strapless dress is universally flattering as possible. Tip-of-the-shoulder gowns - with the belt, the rest to the edge of the barge - Romona Keveza from designers such as Lela Rose, but a new edition of this season because of the silhouette of fit-and-flare.

5. Blush Clothing

Reese Witherspoon in celebrity bride-bride soon to Crystal Harris, blush and pink dresses are huge this season. Pale pink dress Monique Lhuillier with tiny crystal flowers and detail doors, as well as similar designs by Thea, Oscar de la Renta and Nicole newcomer Victoria.

6. Geometric details

Like last season, crystal and pearl accents great again. But this time the beads and crystals took on a distinctive new form of small squares, rectangles and triangles that fit together for a dress in a geometric Art Deco style to make decent.

7. Structured materials

For brides looking for a little something extra, without having to add on board, it is to try this subtle trend. Raw silk and unfinished edges airy fabrics like chiffon, to add volume and texture - a great alternative for brides who do not want to overwhelm the pattern of her dress.

8. Sparkly tiara

Another allusion to the royal wedding, sparkly tiaras in all shapes a big comeback this spring bride fashion week - are mainly Reem Acra. From delicate pearls design of these crystals, diamonds, and even flowers are scattered thin brides will wear these hats all night.

9. Bold cuffs

Not all wedding jewelry should be graceful. Bold satin cuffs, laid down in the crystals and pearls, came lavender and ivory for Ines Di Santo show this season, as well as similar bold necklaces to show off some of the models at Alvin Valenta.

10. Subtle prints

Filigree can add glitter PERFECT TOUCH old-style New England to look on their wedding day. For the wedding garden in the spring of this type of clothing - a great feminine touch to the look - from designers such as Carolina Herrera and Thea.

11. Dramatic return

We have seen many low-V, wide apertures, and dramatic cut their bare backs designers such as Heidi Elnora and Anne Bowen. Backless dress is the perfect way to keep a relatively small incision, while the "wow factor brides make the dance floor.

12. High necklines

Brides want to reduce their breasts, or simply need something else than to wear a strapless dress to look no further than this trend. Higher neckline with illusion fabric or beading complicated - even with Isaac Mizrahi and Marchesa - are back, big time.

13. Two-tiered skirts

Two of them are better than one, right? This trend is the idea of ​​rock two stages. An additional layer adds volume and a lot of traffic for another classic dress line.

14. Illusion and lace sleeves

From the delicate embroidery, and fine details of the crystal, the trend is definitely for the romantic bride. Sleeves for a few dresses from Marchesa, for example, were for clean, instead of the grid. see a dress like that on the floor, and all the guests are cast.

15. Embroidered Edge

Vintage Brides Note: embroidered dresses from Augusta Jones scallops Anais and lots of small flowers and vines. The general impression was timeless and a bit of land, perfect for an outdoor festival.

16. Strips of surprise

Punch traditional striped clothing from the added touch: A Twist in the material on each arm. A lot of clothes this time - with a belt or two - some kind of twist or submit the tissue.

17. Bold and loop tape

Bold loops and tapes are some of the clothes we've seen from St. Pucchi and dominate Oscar de la Renta. This trend is old school, thanks to the new location and size of the arc modern approach.

18. Peekaboo skirts

Skirts have seen in several stages, which are often presented transducers another layer of material into hiding, such as drawings and Vera Wang Alfred Angelo disclosed. The overall effect, as the models took place at the track was a lot of traffic (and we're pretty sure that will fly on the dance floor great).

19. Splashes of gray

Last season we saw touches the blue and black on the wings, this time focusing on the earth color: dark gray. Soft brown shade is perfect for a variety of skin tones and can be easily accented with crystal brooch.

20. Raw edge fabric

For the bride who wants to look truly unconventional, this is a trend that unfinished hem with bright, airy fabrics like chiffon or tulle. As a result of an elegant effort, and because the edges are not weighed down with extra balls or tubes, can be a great way to add multiple volumes with small amounts of material.

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