Trends in wedding dresses 2014 at the White Gallery London

The parade of the White Gallery London packed full team shinedresses.com, through among other creations Stephanie Allin, Stewart Parvin and Ian Stuart. The lace is associated with the chiffon, tulle and silk in while Basque and other dresses have emerged from Anoushka G and Alan Hannah. Today we’ll reveal all trends, everything you need to know about the latest in styles and materials. With it, you will be able to know on what you are going to crack!

* Lace – The romantic touch

Alan Hannah at the White Gallery London

Anoushka Gat the White Gallery London

Associated with smoky eyes, a good red lipstick and a rose in her hair. This will have adramatic look on D-Day: the opportunity to convert into a star of Hollywood on your wedding day.

Lusan Mandongus the White Gallery London

Yolan Cris at White Gallery London

The ravishing interpretation of the trend by YolanCris has a tribal touch with this cream and these lace overlays.

Stewart Parvin at the White Gallery London
  • The effect 60 ‘

The 60s’ were at the heart of the White Gallery this year. Stars and TV series such asMadmen, Marilyn Monroe and Joan French are sources of inspiration. This wedding dresses 60s who constantly inspire us. Remember Coco Chanel: the mode changes, the chic and memories are forever.

Alan Hannah at the White Gallery London

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Stewart Parvin at the White Gallery London

Stewart Parvin at the White Gallery London
  • Metal skewers and gold accents

To break with the classicism of the white wedding dress, nothing like to bet on gold, metallic, etc. keys. It is particularly suitable for women with fair skin. And it’s divine on wedding dresses mermaid cut example.

Alan Hannah at the White Gallery London

Alan Hannah at the White Gallery London

Elizabeth Stuart at the White Gallery London

Naomi Neoh at White Gallery London

Ian Stuart at the White Gallery London
  • Look at me when I walk

A subtle detail in the back, that’s what makes this season feel. Embroidery, lace, button, or anything decorative or ornamental. It’s time to tape your guests by showing them your back.

Alan Hannah at the White Gallery London

Alan Hannah at the White Gallery London

You choose the style for your personality. Whether you dream of pearls, lace or embroidered details, you can be unique and shine yourself back!

Anoushka G at the White Gallery London

Anoushka G at the White Gallery London

Stephanie Allin at White Gallery London
  • Dresses “bubble”

All little girls dream of a bubble skirt the color tangy, super baggy. This season, designers have the challenge of giving us a look made of tulle, lace and with different materials.

Anoushka G at the White Gallery London

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Wear it with red lips and a small fluorescent tinkers in the hair. Your dream is to become a reality!

Kisui the White Gallery London

Stephanie Allin at White Gallery London
  • Dresses Basque

It’s been several seasons we see them again this year and they have their place. At the top for women with wide hips. Top trend and ultra feminine, Basque can play the card of decoration and ornament.

Anoushka the White Gallery London

Anoushka the White Gallery London

Ian Stuart at the White Gallery London
The parade gave us a cocktail wedding dresses ultra glamorous and ultra chic looks. Have fun, find your style! One thing is certain the White Gallery London made ​​us dream. What trend do you adopt for your wedding dress in 2014 ? Sound off and share your opinion on the forum !