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Trend Report SS 2016

- 10:48 am - January 5th, 2016

Waves of Style

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Soft shapes, draped fabrics, and dynamic silhouettes are making waves in the 2016 catalogues, and we are fully on board. Layered fabrics give a romantic element, adding movement and texture, treading a line perfectly between fun and demure.

Whether you choose tiered lace for a vintage vibe, or flowing organza to lift your skirt to fanciful heights, we’ve selected the best of the trend to give our brides fashion forward options that stand the test of time.


Skin and Lace

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On the catwalks this season there was a return to traditional bridal ideals, executed in a not so traditional way. Full sleeves and lace details are prolific as ever, but incorporating the use of nude tulle and barely there organza gives these traditionally covered up looks a sexier, stylised tone.

When sporting such a racy bridal look, it’s important to not get too swept up with the trend. In store we have gowns that hark to these fashionable elements, without going too far in the wrong direction, to ensure that your dress is effortless, with lasting style. 


Custom Builds


With so many options on the table, it’s hard to choose just one look for your special day - so why choose? Hitting the ground running next season, Bridal Separates will be the biggest new trend in Bridal fashion, and the benefits of opting for separates for your big day are seemingly limitless.

Classic shapes in modest fabrics give brides the opportunity to choose an elegant base for their look. Then using lace overlays, boleros, and jackets, they can create their perfect dress, specifically tailored to their own individual style. Perfect for a bride who wants to mix things up.