Friday, March 1, 2013

Spring 2013 Bridal Trend: Sleeved Wedding Dresses


The word "sleeves" for wedding gown may bring to mind the Royal Wedding and Kate Middleton, but this subtle finish is set to become a hot spring 2013 bridal trend. The wonderful thing about new long sleeves is how cleverly designed they are. Most of the fabrics used are transparent so they don’t look or feel heavy and the brilliant touches of embellishment add a whole new twist of formality and design to a wedding-day look.

Except for some iconic designers' collections from runways, many retailers have now begun to roll out sleeved wedding dresses. Below are our top picks for affordable wedding dresses with sleeves from DressilyMe.com for inspiration.

1. Lace Sleeve Wedding Gown


This lovely wedding gown is made of lace. Featuring an a-line silhouette, it has a v-shaped neckline, beaded waist and 3/4 length sleeves with sheer lace details that continue to the fully covered back with buttons.

2. Taffeta Wedding Dress with Quarter Sleeves


Forming in an A-line style, this quarter sleeved wedding dress features a fitted appliques and beading bodice with 3/4-length sleeve. A chapel train finishes the whole look in a formal and brilliant way.

3. Off-the-shoulder Bridal Gown with Sleeves


If you are a fan of off-the-shoulder neckline, this wedding dress will be perfect to match your aesthetics. It is made of satin for the bodice while lace for the skirt. The lace sleeves add a subtle feel to the whole look. And the back is finished with zipper and covered buttons.

4. Satin Wedding Gown with Sleeves


This one-piece wedding gown is elegant, feminine and flattering to any body type. It features a 3/4-length tulle with appliques sleeves and a satin ball gown. Wear a petticoat if you would like to create a puffy skirt with lace-up back.

What Do You Think?

What do you think of this bridal trend? Will you be wearing any of the above sleeved wedding dresses? Which piece is your favorite? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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