Asymmetrical necklines are here for the trendy and slightly edgy brides. An asymmetrical neckline can really create a beautiful frame for the collarbone and neck. If done right, it is a chic and sophisticated look. In this area, Romona Keveza does not disappoint. Her effortlessly chic designs, in her signature crepe fabric, are just what this trend calls for.
Spring is the time where fabrics get lighter and this year they go as light as utterly sheer. Sheer fabrics are for the bold bride looking for an ethereal look. With sheer fabrics come fabric manipulation and delicate floral appliques to enhance the fabric. The detail added to a sheer fabric needs to be as dainty as the fabric in order to keep that light and airy look. With this trend, we look no further then Lee Petra Grebenau. The designers attention to luxurious fabrics and exquisite hand-sewn embroideries take sheer fabrics to new heights.
A second neckline trend is the mock neck. This royally inspired trend is for a fashion forward yet demure bride. When done correctly, this neckline creates a long/lean look with a touch of mystery. Ersa Atelier’s hand crafted lace and hand-sewn beading allow a mock neck, although covered up, to still feel light and open.