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Wedding Dress Trends for 2017

We have gathered some dazzling Wedding Dress designs and looks that are set to be big in 2017.

by Wedding Club

Get ready to embrace sheer fabrics, metallics, low necklines and big bows as we inspire you to create the perfect Bridal look.

There is so much going on with this stunning design by Kaviar Gauche. A sheer bodice gives way to a gorgeous ruffle skirt to create a very unique bridal look.

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Image by: Kaviar Gauche

If you dare to bare then this sheer dress by Suzanne Harward is for you.

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Image by: Suzanne Harward

Not everyone wants White or Ivory so why not consider adding pops of colour to your dress. This classic off the shoulder design takes on a whole new colourful meaning designed by Wendy Makin.

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Image by: Wendy Makin

V Necks are very much on trend this year. They elude a sense of sexiness without giving too much away.

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Image: Getty Images

Metallics and Gold are also another big trend hitting the Wedding aisle this year.

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Image by: Fashions by Farina

Off the Shoulder Dresses have been a main staple for Wedding Dresses for decades and it only feels fitting that they remain a trend for 2017. Designed by Helen Constance.

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Image: Helen Constance

Dresses with Sleeves. If you are a winter bride then you can clinch this look. Long Sleeves are classic and why freeze on your Wedding Day when there are designs like this by Caroline Herrera.

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Image: Caroline Herrera

It’s all in the Back. Dramatic Back designs are a big trend this year. You can have the best of both worlds. A dramatic entrance up the aisle and a dramatic back standing at the altar.

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Image by: Fashions by Farina

Bows are Big. The Bigger the Bow the better. Oscar De La Renta has nailed this Dress trend. Bows can be at the front, at the back, just about anywhere on your dress.

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Image: Oscar De La Renta

If you having a Garden, Vintage or Morning Wedding then you need to possibly consider the Tea Length Dress. Just below the knee and above the ankle, this dress might just be your cup of tea. Designed by Charlotte Balbier.

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Image: Charlotte Balbier

 

 

 

by Wedding Club

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