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Current Bridal Dress Trend- Strapless Dresses

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It's all about strapless dresses for the brides this season. Here are some examples from Nordstrom.

 

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Here is an interview with Tom Mora, Head of Wedding Design at J.Crew regarding the trend. 

 

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I love the look of a strapless dress, but I personally don't think it's complimenting enough on all bodies to be a trend. I love the style but don't think I would go for it on my wedding day. Beautiful dresses though. :)

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I agree that strapless is the style, however it has been for such a long time. My wedding dress was on strap and everyone loved it. I noticed that the one strap style is pretty popular both in cocktail dresses and more formal dresses.

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A strapless wedding dress has always been the trend for quite a while. I do like it but I'd like to set a little difference by adding a skin tone fabric and using gems for a bit of highlight. :) 

 

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Both the dresses are fabulous, but the combination of first and the second one I would prefer. The color of the first one with the upper portion and the wavy lower portion of the second. But besides both the dresses are so beautiful.

 

 

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Am I the only one that can't see these pics. I'm so gutted that I cant see the pictures!

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I think strapless dresses are in for a long time now. At least I am a frequent visitor on bridal forums, where I read read lots of older wedding day reviews and photos and 90% of the brides are wearing a strapless dress  :)

I do see a lot of covered top lace dresses now :) lace is everywhere!

 

ps oh I see know that this topic was started in 2010  :P

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