Summer 2010 Wedding Dress Trends

The current wedding dress trends are extremely diverse and there is a style for every taste based on almost every era of fashion it would seem.

One of the biggest trends is the slinky silhouette style wedding dress, extremely figure hugging and set to be around for many seasons to come this is a dress for the extremely confident woman.

Ballgown styles are always in fashion and this summer is no exception, ballgown style dresses offer a perfect way in which to disguise a larger lower half. Many of these styles also come with built in corsets that will help create the perfect shape for your perfect day.

Fifties style wedding gowns are making a big impact this year. Fifties style dresses add a bit of glamour, the belted waste styles are becoming more and more popular as wedding dresses and can make a big impact on how you look on your big day.

Mermaid style dresses also take elements of the fifties into consideration and capture the old school glamour of Audrey Hepburn. A dress in this style is bound to look beautiful in pictures long after your day has been over.

For a more casual style, look towards tea length dresses which are perfect if you wish to emphasize your long legs, once again this is a style originating from the fifties.

The Grecian style dress is also a good option for an on trend dress. If you are slim this is a style that can look extremely delicate and feminine.

When looking for the perfect wedding dress consider the fact that fashion trends come and go and that instead it may be wise to choose a gown based around your figure and what suits you best. Making the correct decision can take time so be sure to try plenty of dresses on before choosing.

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