Delicate And Floaty Wedding Dresses For The Most Romantic Day Of Your Life

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Lighter than air silhouettes are hugely popular with brides at the moment – here are some of our favourite looks!

Light and delicate are the watchwords at the moment, with designers using English net, soft chiffons and floating organzas to tremendous effect to create a light and ethereal look.

Travel light and be ready to elope at any moment with a soft barely there look that will see you swishing your way up the aisle.

Soft and floral

This A-line floral English net dress from Lillian West (style 66184) has an unlined bodice showcasing ruched English net that delicately crisscrosses over the bodice. Sequined floral lace peeks out from underneath the dreamy English net overlay and the sexy skirt features a subtle slit on the lining layer. It’s complete with a chapel length train that allows for effortless movement – check the video to see how it moves!

 

Swishing skirt

The first images of this delicately dotted Lottie gown have just been released by Mark Lesley and we have fallen hopelessly in love!

Demure flounces

This Clara wedding dress (style 5916) from Morilee is a breath of fresh air. The A-line silhouette floats off the body and the boho-inspired lace bodice provides dainty detail. The frilly, flounced hemline makes this gown perfect for the free-spirited bride.

 

Filmy Overskirts

We’re seeing designers adding fine overskirts to their gowns, which means that not only are they adding some delicate textural elements to the outfit, but providing options for two looks in one. This dress, style 4959 from Paloma Blanca, features a sheer lace bodice, lined in natural Italian tulle, with a V-neckline and a low-cut back, and includes a removable side slit organdy overskirt that has been designed to move beautifully with your body as you walk down the aisle. The skirt is fully removable revealing the striking knee-length lace skirt underneath – the perfect day-to-night lightweight look and ideal for destination weddings.

 

 

Illusion Elements

Instead of heavy silks, we’re now seeing more designers making use of illusion lace or tulle to convey a delicate look as you sweep down the aisle. We love this soft and pretty look, style 9806 from Allure Bridals, with lacy flowers trailing trail down the illusion sleeves and bodice of this romantic gown.

 

 

 

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