Spring 2015 Wedding Gowns Perfect for the Statement-Making Bride
More often than not, bridal market season in New York comes and goes without much fanfare. Cookie-cutter gowns with matching lace veils traipse down the runway, media takes note and everyone goes home. Not to belittle the incredible work and awe-inspiring details seen during market, but up until the past few years, it has been a bit predictable.
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The spring 2015 runways felt like a breath of fresh air in comparison. Designers presented the requisite classic looks, but amid the chiffon avalanche were pieces that pushed the bridal envelope and brought a little newness to old ideas.
Weddings in general have been trending toward more individuality for a few years, so it is no surprise that the centerpiece of the wedding -- the gown -- has been remade for the modern woman. In addition to bridal-specific inspirations, designers looked to ready-to-wear trends for a little street style infusion -- hello, wedding day crop tops!
I present to you five trends seen on the Spring 2015 runway and interpreted by four of Houston's finest bridal design talents.