THE release of a sheer next-to-nude bridal jumpsuit left some wondering what direction the wedding dress industry will go.
We spoke to one gown designer who gave the lowdown on what they think is to come in the next five years.
Suzanne Neville Coloured dresses are set to be big in then next few years
Suzanne Neville revealed that bridal wear repeats itself every 10 to 12 years.
She added that styles are recycled but fabrics aren’t – so there goes the dress your mum saved you.
Designer Suzanne admitted that we’ll soon be welcoming coloured dresses down the aisle, so it’s goodbye to white and hello to yellows and pinks.
Lace may also be heading out, as new styles are moving away from heavier designs to settle for interesting embroidery instead.
Traditional white dresses may become a thing of the past Suzanne Neville New designs are stepping away from lace and onto embroidery instead Coloured wedding dresses are set to be a trend with brides Bolder colours are set to make their way down the aisles Experts predict pastel wedding gowns will be big this year Designers are creating dresses for brides brave enough to try new styles
Don’t expect to see much leg yet, as 2019 designs are set to be full length and well fitted to enhance a bride’s shape.
Suzanne adds: “Wedding dress style will continue to evolve over the next five years, as more interesting fabrics are produced.”