Bride Fashion 2008

Your wedding gown is unique. Beside baptism and graduation, marriage is one of the great celebrations of a woman's life. It truly is the one and only time in your life in which you'll be in your glory as the bride.

Throughout history, women have tried to make their wedding gown special to suit the occasion and to make the beautiful bride even lovelier to look at.
To this end, designers use silk, velvet, satin, lace and fabrics woven with gold and silver. Additionally, many of todays gowns have sequins, pearls, rhinestones and other gems that glitter and sparkle in the light.

This season, gowns come in white, ivory and gold, as well as a variety of colours or coloured embroidery. Choosing your gown is one of the most important decisions you will make when planning your wedding. Make sure you get exactly what you have been dreaming of.
Trendy Textured Fabrics
The trend has moved swiftly to texture fabrics. Look for dresses with ruffles, lace, flowers, shredded tulle, satin, sleek, strapless, sparkles with ribbons.
30s Sleek
Silky fabrics with smooth lines and plunging low backs bring us wonderful memories of the jazz age.
Retro Chic Taffeta
A favourite fabric choice for bridal gowns, which are then cut and stitched into a dramatic style.
Etheral Chiffon
Sheer capped sleeves, edged with sequins and sparkle that reflects its class and quality.
Timeless Strapless
Exceedingly popular now, but with an A-line skirt and shaped fabric.
Sassy Sparkles
For the bride that wants to be the centre of attention, with sequins and crystals set the scene with glamour and drama.
Romantic Lace
Soft, cascading lace flowers that will sweep gracefully down the aisle.
Retro Ruffles
Bouquets of lace give this wedding gown traditional elegance tempered with modern flare.
Talk of the Town Tulle
Crisply layered to perfection, this is a gown to enhance your individual style.
Classic Satin
Show off your best asset and choose a dress with a stunning, attentiongrabbing back in silk satin.