2016 Bridalwear Preview

If you’re still searching for ‘The One’, then have you wondered what 2016 has in store for wedding gown trends? Sumptuous fabrics return, beautifully ornate back detailing,
dramatic fits & flares, layers of intricate lace and you’ll find more subtle pops of colour on the rails with blush, almond and whisper grey shades.

We asked a cross-section of our Bridalwear advertisers to tell
us which one gown they felt epitomises their 2016 collections, and why:

Bridalwear By Emma Louise, Bolton

Get ready to fall in love with this vintage-inspired wedding
dress from our Stella York bridal gown collection (below). The lace shoulder straps and
sweetheart neckline perfectly frame the face, while the lace racer-back
detailing will make every exit as beautiful as your entrance.

Especially For You, Longridge 

This gown (below) is from the new Opulence 2016 collection by
Romantica of Devon. Lace is still a leading choice by our Brides-to-be but also
are stunning backs & straps.

Amelia’s, Clitheroe & Skipton

From our Mori Lee collection. A form fitted bodice sharply
contrasts layers of cascading ruffles that drape beautifully to create a bold,
dramatic skirt. On this unadorned gown, the silhouette is everything. Covered
button detail accents the back.

Brides of Leigh, Leigh

Our favourite dress for 2016 is a Mori Lee gown, style 1964 below,
we love it because it’s a traditional style with the lace bodice and full skirt
but has a modern edge with the gorgeous beading detail around the sweetheart
neckline which makes this very elegant and classy yet still has that fairytale
look most brides dream of for their wedding day.

Enchanted Brides, Lostock Hall 

This breathtaking Lillian West gown (below) gives the fit and flare
look we’ve been asked for thought the year, shoulder cover with a keyhole back
and that all-important red carpet glamour.

Glamour Bridal Boutique, Bolton

For us it is the Alouette design by Sophia Tolli. A heavily
beaded fit and flare design in a stunning almond colour.

Bridalwear by Esme, Bury

We love the fairytale ‘Orleans’ by Ronald Joyce (below) featuring a
ruched bodice with V back, embellished waistband and full satin skirt. 

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