Fall 2013 Bridal Trends

Posted By Guest Blogger:Kleinfeld Unveiled
November 9, 2012

From the runway to the Kleinfeld racks, the latest gowns from the fall 2013 bridal collections are ready to sparkle and shine. Brides planning to say, “I do” in 2013 and 2014 are in for a treat. Here are some of the trends that made a lasting impression from the front rows of bridal market. We look forward to seeing our brides in these stunning gowns! 

 

LongLiveTheSleeve

Designers and brides aren’t forgetting the Duchess Catherine of Cambridge just yet. A year and a half later, elements of Katie’s iconic wedding garb linger on the runway. A romance is unveiled as sleeves of lace and stunning embroidery gracefully compliment the various silhouettes and necklines.

 

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Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld

 

Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld 

 

Badgley Mischka

 

Rivini

 

Temperley

 

 

aBridesSecretGarden

Gardenias, camiellas, roses, and daisies are in full bloom for fall 2013. Claire Pettibone’s petal covered runway and romantic floral lace and embellishments paved the way for an explosion of floral motifs on the bridal runway. With Pnina Tornai’s 3-dimensional, crystal floral appliqués and Mark Zunino’s trains of floral cascades is there any need for a florist?

 

Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld

 

Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld

 

Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld

 

Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld

 

Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld

 

 

AddAHintOfSparkle

This season designers have pre-accessorized their gowns with jeweled belts perfect for any silhouette. Accentuating the natural waistline perfects Dennis Basso’s curvy mermaid silhouette while transforming Temperley’s sheaths into a natural hourglass form. The traditional a-line gowns from Romona Keveza, Lazaro, and Mark Zunino come too life with a glittering waistline. Adding an extra hint of sparkle to a simple, form flattering gown is the perfect combination this bridal season. 

 

Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld

 

Temperley

 

Lazaro                

 

Romona Keveza

 

Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld

 

 

HaveYourCakeAndEatItToo

Short and sweet? Or long and lovely? The high, low skirt proves that now a bride can in fact have both. Gowns from Anne Barge, Lazaro, Temperley, and Reem Acra bare toned legs with a chapel train to follow. Other variations of this trend from Pnina Tornai and Romona Keveza take a more conservative approach pairing a short satin skirt with a sheer overlay. Either way, a fabulous shoe is a must.

 

Lazaro

 

Reem Acra High Low

Reem Acra

 

Anne Barge

 

Romona Keveza

 

Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld

 

 

MakeWayForTheBlushingBride

Blush undertones have broken the barrier of colorless bridal gowns, a tradition difficult to shy away from. Pnina’s rose petal underlays and Lazaro and Mark Zunino’s sparkling blush hues can be expected to become irresistible to the modern bride. This subtle yet unordinary coloring is sure to tastefully satisfy the bride who is trying to break the bridal norm.

 

Lazaro

 

Pnina Tornai for Kleinfeld

 

Mark Zunino for Kleinfeld

 

Romona Keveza

 

 

FeminineFlare

Temperley, Dennis Basso, and Reem Acra are a few of the many designers translating the fun and flirty elements of ready-to-wear to the bridal stage. The peplum, a style detail born in the1940s, was a statement piece for several designers this bridal season. This fit and flare trend transforms any body shape into the perfect hourglass figure. Flaring from a natural waistline, ruffles and lace overlays exude a sweetness and femininity for the modern bride.

 

Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld

 

Romona Keveza

 

Reem Acra

 

Reem Acra

 

Temperley

 

Temperley

 

- Lindsey Groginski

 

 

Comments

November 10, 2012
3:11 PM
DiiMPLESZz09 said:

I love the high-low designs. Hot!



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