Spring 2014 Wedding Dress Trends

“From sexy backs to streamlined silhouettes, these haute looks stole the spotlight at the Spring 2014 bridal dress show.”

Trend: Sleek and Modern

Several designers embraced a “less is more” philosophy this season, leading to the emergence of one of our favorite wedding dress trends for Spring 2014: sleek and modern. With hardly a bead or embellishment in sight, these four looks remain fresh, clean and even romantic thanks to the generous use of silk. “Brides who want to play up the minimalist vide can opt for a graphic accessory or a bold headpiece,” says Brides Fashion Director Rachel Leonard. (http://www.brides.com)

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Trend: Crisscross Backs

Inspired by the open-back trend from Fall 2013, designers added a touch of drama for Spring 2014 in the shape of an “X”. Graphic, bold and undeniably elegant (especially when done in Chantilly lace or accented with crystals), an open back is extremely sexy. Says Leonard, “it’s also a great alternative to a strapless wedding dress.” (http://www.brides.com)

Designer: A-Line


Trend: Ankle-Length Hemlines

For the bride who doesn’t want a “big, serious ball gown” this season’s crop of „50s-style ankle-length wedding dresses offer a playful alternative. (http://www.brides.com)

Designer: Monique Lhuillier


Trend: Ombre

“An ombre dress flatters a range of skin tones, “explains Leonard, making this season’s dip-dyed trend a flattering option for brides who favor color but can’t quite commit to a completely pink or peach wedding dress. (http://www.brides.com)

Designer: Monique Lhuillier


Trend: Above-the-Knee

“A short wedding dress is great if you want to dance the night away, “says Leonard. Offered up in a range of fabrics, from re-embroidered lace to silk organza, the Spring 2014 runways offered no shortage of dance floor-approved options. (http://www.brides.com)

Designer: Ines Di Santo

Trend: Black and White

“This two-tone trend is a chic and dramatic way to make your wedding dress even more formal. Scared to go all the way? Add a thin black sash or pair your gown with mod onyx accessories for a similar effect. (http://www.brides.com)


Trend: Detailed Backs

“Detailed backs were a huge trend this year with designers looking to open- back keyholes, architectural pleating and contemporary trains.
Designer: Legends by Romona Keveza



“This Marchesa voluminous ball gown uses Schiffli lace to create elbow length. (http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au)

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Designer: Marchesa


Carolina Herrera

“Carolina Herrera crafted this above-the-knee gown from organza. Apart from the sweetheart neckline showing off intricate pleating, the highlight was of course the Alencon sleeves. (http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au)
Designer: Carolina Herrera


Trend: Detailed Backs

“Detailed backs were a huge trend this year with designers looking to open- back keyholes, architectural pleating and contemporary trains.
Designer: Rita Vinieris-Rivini
Rita Vinieris-Rivini choose an open back with a difference. Her tear drop shaped keyhole was trimmed with sheer lace. (http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au)

Angel Sanchez

“Angel Sanchez showed off this gown featuring cascading ruffles and delicate spaghetti straps. (http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au)
Designer: Angel Sanchez

p style=”font-size: 20px;”>Trend: Eye-Catching Embellishments

A little sparkle, or a few intricate details go a long way.
We saw a resurgence of gowns decorated with either head-to-toe beading or lace, and of course the ever popular three dimensional flowers were blooming on almost all catwalks.
Designer: Kenneth Pool
Kenneth Pool showed off this gorgeous trumpet silhouette with intricate gold embroidery and glass beading. (http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au)

Trend: Luxe Layering

“Layers were aplenty on this years Spring/Summer runways with sheer tulle wraps and luxurious fur capelettes.
Designer: Amsale
Amsale’s tulle and organza tiered ball gown was completed with a tulle wrap that shielded shoulders. (http://theknot.ninemsn.com.au)

Trend: Tail Trains

“This dress’s train has more of a cape-feel, but that’s not necessarily a plus. (http://www.stylelist.com)
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Designer: Sarah Jassir

Trend: Capes and Wraps

“Rather unexpected at a spring or summer wedding, capes and wraps appeared prominently during Bridal Market this year. While you might not need to cover up at a Houston wedding in mid-July, it’s worth considering a little lace for your shoulders in April or May. (http://www.huffingtonpost.com)
Designer:Monique Lhullier

Trend: Peplums

“eplums have been hot on the high-fashion runways for several seasons now, but for Spring/Summer 2014, they’re making a splash in bridal. For a more romantic wedding day look, designers used lace and tulle to craft their peplums. (http://www.huffingtonpost.com)

Designer: Oscar de la Renta

Trend: Appliques

“Brides love to add personal details to their gowns with sashes, brooches and other accessories. This season, designers took a cue from creative, fashion- forwarded brides and showed appliques on many silhouettes. What a fun way to make your dress pop! (http://www.huffingtonpost.com)
Designer:Monique Lhullier

Trend: Short Skirts

“While certainly nontraditional, short skirts took center stage at Bridal Market this season. From tea length to way-above-the-knee, many of our favorite designers sent flirty styles down the runway. (http://www.huffingtonpost.com)
Designer: Reem Acra


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