Summer weddings are the best kind of wedding. The birds are chirping, people are generally happier, the lighting is perfect for some stunning photographs and the weather is hot. Occasionally it can be very hot, so it’s important to dress well for the occasion. There’s no point in getting yourself an enormous layer gown that covers every inch of your body as you’ll end up sweating through the ceremony and feeling uncomfortable for the special day. Thankfully, there are a number of fantastic options out there that cater for the hot summer wedding. Summer wedding fashion is a now a booming industry and finding the perfect summer wedding dress or summer dresses for bridesmaids has never been easier. Here’s a little guide to what’s hot this summer.
Yes, we’re seeing it more and more these days, the necklines on the modern day summer wedding dress just keeps getting lower and lower, and this season is no exception to the rule. Whether it’s a deep V-neck or a modern scoop-neck, you’ll be seeing them pop up a lot in summer 2015. So, don’t be a prude and don’t be afraid to show a little modest cleavage on your special day. if you’ve got it flaunt it.
The Wedding Mini
Increasingly, in the past 5 years or so, we’re seeing more and more wedding mini skirts and they’re refining the style to a true art form nowadays. It makes so much sense in those summer months, and if you’ve got the legs to pull it off, then you may as well try it on. The taffeta gown is a great way to add a little class to the otherwise riskee mini. The taffeta offers the layered effect to give it a little more body. Combining the V-shaped neckline with the mini dress is a very chic modern style which is popping up a lot on the runway of late. If you’re feeling a little too exposed in the wedding mini, then try the wedding “midi” which gives you that extra little bit of length to keep your from feeling naked when you’re walking doe the aisle.
It’s like history repeating. The vintage look is back again and it’s really making waves this season. Floral prints are all the rage, as well as light blue hues, pink hues and a lot of lace. These dresses tend to be a little more modest and cover more flesh so be sure you’re sticking to lightweight materials like lace so you have room to breathe. Some of the key ingredients to this vintage style includes the off the shoulder look as well as the “half-sleeve” look.