Current Trends in Plus-Size Wedding Dresses

Are you looking for a plus-size wedding dress? You are in luck as this year dress designers have care more for the need of plus-size brides. Now let’s take a brief look of bridal trend for our curvy girls!

Sleeves and Modesty Panels

Although brides of all sizes enjoy contemporary dress styles and designs, selections of dresses with sleeves and a more modest construction have been historically limited. This year, however, that’s all changing. Sleeves have made a bold return to bridal fashion in every length from flirty caps to three-quarter points. Revealing dresses are being replaced by those that maintain a fashion-conscious style but also provide a more modest level of coverage.

Embellishment and Embroidery Details

This year, overly busy lace and over-the-top beadwork have been replaced with delicate embroidery (with metallic thread if you’re sparkly) and unique detailing. Subtle tone-on-tone oversized sequins give the feel of vintage dotted Swiss fabric. Faux belts and pearl buttons provide a fascinating contrast of bold and delicate. Designers’ favorite detailing this year is, without question, tiny freshwater or seed pearls. The season’s most on-trend look pairs tiny, shell-pink or champagne-colored seed pearls with the same color gown.

Capes and Shrugs

Another of this year’s runway trends that’s making its way down the aisle is the cape. Also popular in the form of a shrug or Bolero-type jacket, these delightful cover-ups are both stylish and practical. For those brides who struggle to find dresses that provide enough coverage, capes and shrugs can be paired with virtually any dress to create the level of modesty they seek. On the runway, fur (faux or vintage), feathers, tulle and even delicate crochet patterns made delightful statements.

Shorter Lengths

For the first time in almost a decade, bridal hemlines are going up. Tea-length gowns were by far the most popular in the fashion world this year, which is outstanding news for curvy girls. Shorter hem lengths elongate the look of your legs, but tea length, hitting just at the bottom of the kneecap, makes legs look their longest. Popular styles include flirty sheaths, pleated vintage “Some Like it Hot” styles and empire-waist designs. Short bridal gowns are perfect for destination and summer weddings, but they’re showing up in the most formal settings as well. A fun juxtaposition puts the bride in a tea-length gown and her attendants in full-length dresses.

Now you don’t have to worry about not finding your loved wedding dress any more. Let be the most beautiful girls in your wedding day with the perfect dress.