So we’ve already seen that backs and bows are going to be big news for brides in 2015, but what else? Part 3 of our stunning selection shows off high necks, lighter-than-air fabrics, and figure-flattering sleeves.
British designers Qiana Bridal, Naomi Neoh and Jenny Packham all showed sleeves in their collections for this year and next – you can choose from cute caps to elegant, full-length designs that kiss the wrist.
Floaty fabrics have also been noted as a up-and-coming trend for the new year, with many of the new designs taking on an ethereal feel. If you like this boho look, and you’re planning a high-summer celebration, make sure you check out the Madeline Isaac James, Augusta Jones and Maria Senvo collections.
We think Claire Pettibone and Jack Sullivan have some of the most gorgeous looks here, but which is your favourite? Come and share your thoughts with the team on our forum and Facebook page.
Designer wedding dresses may blow the budget, but there are many other places in the wedding planning where you can easily cut back to afford the dress of your dreams – check out our Planning section today to see where you could save £££s.
Best designer wedding dresses – Part 3