2015 Spring Wedding Dress Picks

Lovely greetings to all our Lots of Love Readers. It should come as no surprise that every bride-to-be spend considerable time and effort picking the perfect dress to wear on her wedding day. One of the most anticipated moments in a wedding is the look in the groom's eyes when he sees his bride for the first time as she walks down the aisle. And so, we've rounded up the latest trends from the Spring 2015 Bridal collection of renowned designers for blushing brides-to-be to draw inspiration from. Here they are:

Off-the-shoulder Necklines
Romantic off-the-shoulder dress reminiscent of Belle's gown from the Beauty and the Beast. 
This Grecian silk chiffon off-shoulder gown with cathedral tulle veil from Marchesa provides a lot of room for movement during the wedding ceremony as well as the reception. 

Light and Flowing Tulle Skirts
Tulle will be popular in 2015. It's versatile nature can create a 2-in-one look for the bride who wants a light and flowing skirt during the ceremony and detach it to reveal a more sleek and slender skirt for the wedding reception. This Alabaster English A-line gown, beaded V-neck ballerina bodice and flowing skirt by Hayley Paige might just do the trick. 

Collars and High Necklines. 
To achieve a royal look, opt for wedding dress with dramatic collars and high necklines like this Aspen long sleeved organza sheath wedding dress with high V-neckline from Naeem Khan.

Soft Touch of Color
 Colored gowns will still be making waves in 2015 from blush to blue, gray and even mint green. Monique Lhullier debuted this misty blue Oceana strapless mint ball gown dress as part of her 2015 Spring Bridal Collection.

Stylish 30s.
Reminiscent of the glamour gowns worn by Hollywood stars in the '30s embellished with twinkling beadworks, whimsical capes and captivating veils.  The '30s inspired wedding dress is much preferred for formal weddings because of its elegance and femininity. This gown by Jenny Packham draws inspiration from mythical heroines like Helen of Troy, Persephone and Venus.

Beach Chic
If you are planning a destination wedding or a beach wedding, you can go for bridal dresses with asymmetrical hemlines, lace and crop tops for a more laid back look. This sleeveless A-line wedding dress made of re-embroidered lace with deep V-neckline and crystal belt from Reema Acra would be a great choice for a fun wedding day at the beach.

Capes and Capelets
 Add some drama to a wedding dress by walking down the aisle with a cape or capelet. It's an ingenious way to cover up during the ceremony and can be conveniently removed to create two looks from one for the wedding reception. This "Carolina" strapless silk georgette sheath wedding dress and Chantilly lace cape from the collection of Carolina Herrera makes a remarkable choice.

 Tip: Choose a dress that will flatter your most endearing features. Read our article on body types to guide you on how to shop for the perfect wedding dresses.

Lots of Love,

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