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Spring 2015 Trends you Have to Try

The Spring 2015 runway shows in New York were filled with feminine romance, understated glamour, and classic styles with a trendy twist. These are our top 5 Spring 2015 trends you have to try.

Trend 1: Sleeves, Capelets, Coverlets, Boleros, and even Bridal T-shirts!

Designers seem to be moving steadily away from the recent trend of strapless-everything in bridal, and I have to say I’m glad! Delicate sleeves and shrugs and embroidered jackets are making a big comeback, which offer brides the options of changing their bridal look during the event. Additionally, it looks like the crop-top and high-waisted skirt trend off the ready to wear runways is moving into bridal, making a subtle and very pretty statement.

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Monique Lhuillier

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Jenny Packham

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Monique Lhuillier

Trend 2: Anything but White

The Spring 2015 bridal runways were brimming with gorgeous gowns in pretty pops of color. From blush to gold to pale pastel blue, unconventional color is one trend that looks like it’s here to stay.

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Lazaro

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Monique Lhuillier

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Jenny Packham

Trend 3: Less is More

I have always been a fan of minimalist, simply styled gowns because they truly let the bride shine through. As much fun as elaborate and over-the-top gowns can be, a wedding dress should showcase the bride first, and the dress, second.

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Romona Keveza

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Jenny Packham

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Watters Brides

Trend 4: The Life Bohemian

Designers are channeling the laid-back styling of the bohemian trend with soft laces, flowing fabrics, and relaxed styling.

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Watters Brides

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Jenny Packham

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Marchesa

Trend 5: Slim Silhouettes

While there will always be a special spot in my heart for the quintessential princess ball gown, I have recently fallen in love with 2015’s slim silhouette. A fitted silhouette does wonders for the figure, and the embroidered applique and flowy fabrics shown on the 2015 runways make this silhouette easy to wear for every body type.

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Monique Lhuillier

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Jenny Packham

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Tara Keely