Since Vera Wang is my favorite bridal designer, I wanted to share her recent email describing some of the new trends for Spring 2012.
From feminine, floral prints to chic, shortened hemlines, look to White by Vera Wang for the season’s best bridal trends. Spring 2012 celebrates the one-year anniversary of the collection with the introduction of nine new wedding dress styles, priced $500-$1,500, exclusively at David’s Bridal. In addition to bridal gowns, the collection includes bridesmaid dresses, shoes and accessories.
Staying true to Vera Wang’s modern approach to bridal design, each gown masterfully captures a bride’s true femininity, sophistication and elegance. Key trends in the White by Vera Wang Spring 2012 collection include:
The Shape of Things
Silhouettes feature updated mermaid and A-lines, sweetheart, strapless, one-shoulder and asymmetrical necklines. Vera Wang is “thrilled to be able to provide an array of romantic, classic and whimsical dresses and accessories for the bride and the entire bridal party.”
It’s All in the Details
Delicate origami draping, intricate Chantilly lace appliqués and asymmetrical organza petal embellishments are whimsical details that infuse a chic, modern style into every bridal look. The perfect embodiment of a traditional dress with contemporary elements, style VW351105 is an elegant satin-faced organza and horsehair gown with an origami-draped bodice featured on this month’s cover of BRIDES magazine.
“This season, I’ve taken inspiration from the delicate form of flowers and their feminine appeal to create the White by Vera Wang Spring 2012 collection,” said Vera Wang. The trend is translated in a variety of ways, such as organza petals and blossoms, petal embroidery and floral corsages. For the bride who wants to make a bold statement, floral prints are an ideal option and also a major trend for the spring season.
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Long skirts are no longer the only option for gowns this season. As more brides seek a stylish yet nontraditional look on their special day, shorter hemlines are a reemerging trend for spring. A charming alternative is style VW351113, a satin-faced organza short dress featuring lace appliqués, tulle overlay and a sweetheart neckline.