There are brides out there who are non-traditional and would rather feel more like themselves on their wedding day. Thankfully, an increasing number of designers are taking note and are offering alternative brides options that will leave them feeling both beautiful and comfortable on their wedding day. It is no longer the case that brides have to force themselves into an outfit that they don't feel comfortable in.
However, being an alternative bride doesn't mean that you can't include any aspects of tradition into your gown. Lace can add that extra touch of class without compromising on the individuality of the design of your gown. Lace and weddings are a match made in heaven. Hence, it is no wonder that this fabric is the mainstay of wedding fashion and continues to be popular. Lace has evolved from romantic, ethereal and wispy forms to crisp, laser cut details on wedding gowns in recent times. Nevertheless, the charm of this delicate fabric never ceases to impress.
Lace can flatter your figure! Lace is the perfect element to add to any wedding dress silhouette. Lace slims and flatters bigger brides and while sheer materials can emphasize lumps and bumps, lace falls neatly over them, with the pattern drawing attention away from any imperfections Depending on your body shape and preferred design elements, you can create an A-line wedding dress with lace, a Sheath wedding dress with lace, a flowy wedding dress with lace, a princess Ball Gown wedding dress, and a Mermaid wedding dress with lace.
Lace is a timeless fabric. Brides have been wearing lace for decades and it doesn’t feel like it is about to go out of fashion anytime soon. Lace wedding dresses still influence designers even today. There are a so many lace patterns and styles available, and a lace wedding gown can have a vintage or a modern style. Whether you’re looking for a bohemian, classic, or vintage wedding dress, lace is truly magical in providing just the right amount of detail and embellishment to your wedding dress.
Lace is also the perfect element to add to any wedding dress neckline. For example, brides with wider torsos are more suited for a Plunging neckline wedding dress with lace as well as a Sweetheart neckline wedding dress with lace. Brides with narrow shoulders may prefer to accent their collarbones and can therefore choose an off-the-shoulder lace wedding dress or a scoop neckline wedding dress. Hourglass-shaped brides can pick any of these necklines, including straight neck wedding dresses with lace and a V-neck neckline wedding dress.