Fall 2015 Wedding Dress Trends

Inspired by the 1970’s

Now that we’ve seen the best of Fall 2015 bridal collections, we’ve compiled a list of wedding dress trends to watch out for next fall. With inspiration clearly drawn from the sexy 70’s, prepare for a departure from all things traditional in 2015. Hint: the 70’s are back, with a vengeance!

1. How Low Can You Go? Plunging V-Necks

Forget about modesty next year – the one trend we see in almost every designer’s Fall 2015 line is┬ádeep V-necks down to there!

2. Feathers, Fur, and Fringe

Textures like feathers, fur, and fringe reigned supreme on the Fall 2015 runways in many different forms. We see many overcoats – be they full on leather fur lined jackets or light lace half coats. There is also an abundance of poofy feather-clad skirts and sleek fringe covered sheaths.

3. Peek-a-Boo! Crop Tops and Sexy Cutouts

Fall 2015 brides will probably be showing a lot of skin! Small sheer panels or gaping mid drifts are in. Crop tops were huge fashion staples in 2014, with stars like Taylor Swift managing to wear them in ways that were both chic and classy. It’s no surprise the trend has finally made it’s way to the wedding circuit. Thankfully, designers are offering a wide variety of styles so that any bride, no matter how conservative or how liberal, can comfortably wear a two piece gown.

4. Sleeves Stevie Nicks Would Be Proud Of

There’s no doubt that 2014 was the year of the lace long-sleeve wedding dress – due entirely, we believe, to residual wedding envy over Duchess Kate Middleton’s gorgeous gown. While long sleeves were still a prominent feature of dresses on the Fall 2015 runways, designers are seeking to change it up a bit. Look for sleeves with a more loose fit in flowing sheer fabrics like chiffon.

Are you starting to prepare for a 2015 wedding? Watch this space for trends, tips and ideas for a stylish wedding!

David King

Author: David King

David King is the Director of Business Development of King Jewelers. A Graduate Gemologist with specialties in luxury timepieces, diamonds, and marketing, his main responsibilities include advertising & marketing, events, watch buying, client relations, concierge services, website development, brand management, and business development.

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