2015 Plus Size Wedding Dresses
If you’re a bride who’s curvy, 2015 is your year. The slate of 2015 plus size wedding dresses features gowns that make the most out of your endowments.
Mermaid Gowns, Capes Take the Cake in Selections From 2015 Plus Size Wedding Dresses
One of the loveliest designs to show off a bride’s curves is the mermaid gown. A gown from Mori Lee’s Julietta Collection is a splendid example of why. Starting at the top, a breath of modest lace tops a sweetheart neckline. The draped folds hug every curve right down to the knees, where it flares out in the tail-shaped skirt. Its curved lines cause the eye to wander, to dream, to astound with its beauty accentuating the bride’s own.
Plus-size brides who want a modest, yet trendy look should take a look at gowns that have matching capes. The cape, drenched in lace, gives ample coverage to the upper half while drawing the eye down to the gown, flowing as the bride floats down the aisle on a sea of happiness.
For a simple, elegant look that would have Grace Kelly begging for your hourglass figure, a corset-topped strapless gown, pristine white and adorned with little else than a few tastefully-placed beads, draws in your waist, accentuating your curves, while your upswept hair provides the finishing touch for the ultimate in sophistication at your wedding.
Many plus size brides, on the other hand, want a traditionally-embroidered gown without looking too frilly. The collection of 2015 plus size wedding dresses has plenty of dresses to serve up. With bows and lace and hand-embroidered detail, these designs spare the excess of frill, yet showcase tasteful designs that are so classic that daughters will want to march down the aisle in them a generation later.
For brides whose shoulders are not their best features, the 2015 plus size wedding dress collection has a plethora of cap sleeves that camouflage too-big or too-small shoulders with their balanced, figure-flattering design.
The designs in the 2015 plus size wedding dress collections are as innovative and varied as the brides who wear them. 2015 looks to be a banner year for plus size bridal fashion.