Top 10 Wedding Dress Trends for Spring 2010

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The just-ended Bridal Fashion Week, the premier event for the Bridal fashion industry, has displayed top talents of leading designers for wedding dresses. Never miss out the chance to get inspiration from these fashion designs to make “the dress of a lifetime”. Let’s have a glimpse at the Top 10 trends that could hit the near Spring 2010:
Trend 1: ’50s Glamour
This year a ‘50s style swept the fashion week. There were high necklines, tulle skirts, and tea-length styles! Amazingly, the ‘50s glamour focused on waist belts and the elegant bowknots.
Trend 2: The Bold Shoulder
From Michelle Obama to Emmy stars, one-shoulder style seems to have won over a large number of fans. But, this season, the over-the-top details are what really make these asymmetrical necklines stand out.
Trend 3: Bows
From droopy satin styles to more structural ones, these girly details are the hottest knots to hit the bridal dress fashion runways. The girly bows are reminiscent of fairy tales dreams and allow the bride to live the part on her very own special day.
Trend 4: Couture Cover-ups
It’s a bit tough if the wedding is held in the freezing early spring but many brides still want strapless wedding gowns. Don’t worry. This fashion week shows a great selection of couture cover-ups – airy tulle boleros, feathered capelets, floor-length lace coats, and many more.
Trend 5: Pretty Pleats
This playful detail works like magic, when twill pleats from the waist down hide the belly fat. A ball gown with the twill pleats and corset closure at the top could perfectly show your body line and give you the extra support every bride wants and needs.
Trend 6: Garden Romance
From simple, cherry-blossom details to oversized, eye-catching rosettes, from lotus neckline to lily style, the bride can choose from blooms of all types. The garden glamour will definitely leads to a back-to-nature fashion. It’s especially fit for a fabulous outdoor wedding in a park, by a lake, or on a beach. 
Trend 7: Illusion Necklines
Be it bateau, V-neck, or even one-shoulder, illusion lace necklines mean subtle and sexy.
Trend 8: Metallic Touches
Want to shine down the wedding aisle? Consider one of the hot, new styles with glittering gold or silver cloth. Crystal or diamond d├ęcor at the waist, shining bracelets or necklines help the bride sparkle her way to the altar.
Trend 9: Bits of Black
Not just for the Gothic bride anymore, this dark hue showed up in all kinds of wedding dress details, from dainty bows and sashes to bolder, allover embellishments.
Trend 10: Raw Edges
From the sound of it, you may think this trend might leave a wedding dress looking unfinished, but these rough, just-cut hemlines and details make for a completely unique bridal look.