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Wedding dresses in 2010 look to be running the gamut from sexy and slinky to “belle of the ball” as brides of all ages seek to fulfill their wildest fantasies and girlhood dreams. In fact, there doesn’t appear to be any one trend, other than to have fun, and no right or wrong when it comes to style and statement.
Although anything sexy, silky and sultry is expected to provide a lot of heat this year, those desiring to be “goddesses” can find an assortment of Grecian style gowns by designers such as Manuel Mota, August Jones and Lambert Creations. These feature flowing materials and high waists are suitable for slim brides with less on top. While more endowed women looking to show off their cleavage while placing less emphasis on their legs can relive the antebellum South in gorgeous ball gowns designed by Ian Stuart, Sottero & Midgley or Maureen Myring Kesterton The only problem here, however, is you may need all your bridesmaids to help “squish” you into them. Though acquiring out of them, can create a whole other kind of fantasy.
1950′s glamour is also making a big comeback with both ultra tight “mermaid” gowns with broad skirt tails by Ellis Bridals and Benjamin Roberts, as well as belted dresses in a variety of hemlines from all around floor-length to short in front, long in back creations offered by top designers such as Suzanne Ermann and Sarah Danielle. Still, brides in this era may even find that the perfect dress is the one worn by their grandmothers.
In addition, tea-length dresses ar another(a) 1950′s inspired look ideal for petite brides interested in less formal, fun afternoon weddings, while mini dresses are one of the “hottest” trends this year, ideal for the somewhat “funky” bride who wants a dissimilar more free type of dress to wear at the reception so she can dance the night away.
In fact, fun and color appear to be what most women are looking for in 2010, with lots of women choosing to forgo traditional white for gowns in lavender, blue, pink and green, as well as a touch of black. Metallic fabrics ar also finding their way to the altar along with lace and tiered ruffles from the waist to the floor, sassy sashes, lots of beading, feathers and oodles of ornamental flower accents, as more and more brides-to-be are saying “I do” to the various lines of asymmetric hemlines and necklines seen on all the runways now, as well as showing a preference for one shoulder fashions instead of last year’s strapless looks.
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