When the Bride dresses for summer 2015 was shown at the New York bridal fashion week alternated one dreamlike princess dress with the other. We took the opportunity to take a closer look at some of them!
An open back or decorated lace focuses on the beautiful details, this dress comes from Monique Lhuillier.
Although bows are popular, here from Sarah Seven.
Many dresses had short sleeves, for example in singoallaskärming, as in this dress from Oscar de la Renta.
Or a sleeve decked out in lace on a transparent neckline that runs up against the shoulder or neck, in this design by Judd Waddell.
A meringue shaped skirt in tulle brings to mind the fairytale princess dresses, here presented in Monique Lhuillier.
Princess dresses are also available in more classic cut, here signed Carolina Herrera
Sequins and crystals continues to be popular, here in beautiful decoration from Naeem Khan.
And 90 ‘s minimalist trend offers the opposite look, this design by Amsale.
Bohemian influences remain, here signed Oscar de la Renta.
Example of functional design is dresses with a removable layers in the skirt, for beautiful expanse in the ceremony and a more dance-friendly skirt for the party, this dress was shown at Monique Lhuillier.
Bubblaren during the New York bridal fashion week was a dress to the really fashionable bride. The next year, she can go for a dress that shows the stomach, this comes from Theia.