What Is Hot in Bridesmaid Dresses for 2015

What Is Hot in Bridesmaid Dresses for 2015

It has never been a better time to be a bridesmaid. The variety of choices for bridesmaid dresses is outstanding. Gone are the days when options were limited to a few conventional dress styles that only varied by color. These days there is something for everyone, no matter your tastes. 2015 promises to be another fashionable year for bridesmaids, and there are many hot tends on the horizon.

Multi-way Dresses

Multi-way bridesmaid dresses are becoming more and more popular. They are made of the same material and color, but come in a variety of designs. This trend makes it possible for bridesmaids in the same bridal party to all wear dresses cut from the same material, but in different styles. Multi-way dresses can be floor length, tea length, short short, Grecian or a more traditional design. If a bride has any concerns about the dresses her bridesmaid may select, she can always set some general guidelines so no one picks something totally outrageous. It is unlikely all bridesmaids in a wedding will have the same body type, and they will appreciate being allowed to pick dresses that complement their respective/different figures.

One Shoulder

One shoulder dresses are trending for 2015. These dresses can add glamour to any occasion and are frequently worn as evening dresses. Their asymmetrical cuts provide interesting twists on more conservative looks and are also great options for ball dresses and prom dresses.

Bold Colors

2015 is shaping up to be a very colorful year for bridesmaids. Pastel dresses for day time weddings and black ones for the evening are no longer the most prominent color options for bridesmaid dresses. While the bride is meant to be the center of attention, the bridesmaids can also standout in dresses with strong shades of blue, red, purple and other colors.

Empire Waists

Empire waist dresses feature fitted bodices with high wastes and long flowing gowns. This style is attractive on virtually all kinds of figures and body types, especially woman with pear shapes. The cut of these dresses helps lengthen body silhouettes. In addition to being figure flattering empire waist dresses are also exceedingly comfortable. Pregnant bridesmaids, in particular, will probably be ecstatic to wear dresses with empire waists. These dresses also make lovely formal dresses.

Ruffles

Ruffles are poised for a comeback in 2015. They can be seen in simple details in the cuffs or neckline, and also incorporated into floor length dresses. Even if you are not a fan of ruffles, there are plenty of designs that subtly acknowledge the trend, but retain a more classic look.

Bohemian Chic

Bohemian chic is a fashion style incorporating many hippie influences, and will be another hot trend for 2015 bridesmaid dresses. These floaty dresses are perfect for more casual or non-traditional weddings. If you plan to get married at a beach or at an unusual venue, bohemian chic dresses can be great
options.

These six trends provide a preview of the great selection of choices for the bridesmaids of 2015. Whether you opt for exotic off-the shoulder dresses, bold colors or more classic understated looks for bridesmaid dresses, you will not be disappointed by the many options. It may be hard to choose.

 

Ball Dresses Trends for 2014/2015

Ball Dresses Trends for 2014/2015

 

There are many beautiful ball dresses available this year and a whole glamourous selection lined up for 2015. There are many fun trends influencing the designs and, no matter your style preference, the perfect dress awaits.

Thigh Slits

Showing some leg is very in vogue. Dresses with slits up the thigh elegantly accomplish this objective. They can be an understated way to put some oomph in
your outfit. Flowing, lightweight fabrics are particularly good material choices because they more easily move around your legs and body. When you choose a
dress with a thigh slit it is better to stick to low-profile heels or sandals; you don’t want to detract from the look with a clunky pair of shoes

Open Backs

An open back, also called a keyhole back, adds sophistication to any dress. The amount of skin visible can vary depending on the preference of the wearer.
Consider pairing open-backed dresses with upswept hair-dos to accentuate the look. This trend is prevalent in both prom dresses and ball dresses.

Low Neck and Back Lines

Dresses with plunging necks and backs are also popular choices for ball dresses. Many of these styles feature lovely lines and are the last word in
elegance when paired with a long, full skirt. Using body tape to keep the dress in place can help avoid over exposure.

Metallic Colors

Dresses with cool metallic colors are also trending. If jewel and sequin adorned dresses aren’t your thing, try a dress of gleaming bronze, gunmetal or
silver for a very sophisticated look.

 

Full Skirts

 

Full skirts are on the rise. They are very fashionable, figure flattering and can be extremely comfortable. Full skirted dresses with fitted bodices in
different colors or fabric can really make the wearer standout in the crowd. If you’re full skirted dress is the same color from head to toe, consider
accessorizing with a metallic or jeweled belt to add some extra pizzazz.

Embellishments

Gorgeous embellished dresses are all the rage. Sequins, feathers, beading and jewels add glamour and sparkle to any dress. Minimalistic jewelry is better
when you have a lot bling on your dress so your outfit is not too overpowering.

Animal Prints

Animal print dresses are another eye catching trend for prom dresses. Let out your inner beast by wearing a cheetah, leopard or zebra print. Let your dress
speak for itself by keeping accessories to a minimum.

Capes

You don’t need to be a super hero to wear a cape. Dresses with capes are a fun way to add some glamor to your outfit. They are appropriate in any season
and come in many elegant, flowing designs.

When shopping for ball dresses or prom dresses pick ones that make you feel good about your body. One of the basics of fashion is that a dress should
flatter the wearer. The best dresses emphasize the positives and hide flaws, regardless of what is trendy. If you have great shoulders, show them off. If
you have a curvy more voluptuous figure, tight short dresses are probably not the best choices. By choosing a dress that complements your figure, you will
probably achieve a much higher level of fashion satisfaction.