Got Engaged? Discover trendy 2015 plus size bridal gowns
The New Year is officially in full swing, and with it come many new brides-to-be. If you or someone you know got engaged over the holidays – congratulations! I am thrilled to kick off the dress search with Sydney's Closet latest collection of plus size wedding dresses for 2015: beautiful, on-trend designs with a flattering fit for your perfect wedding!
This season’s bridal gowns will complement any setting, from a casual outdoor gathering to a romantic indoor ceremony. I combed through the season’s key bridal trends when designing this collection to make it as fresh and exciting as possible:
Spring 2015 Collection Plus Size Wedding Dresses
Lace: Vintage inspirations are popular with brides, but this is so not your grandmother’s lace. Lace mixed with other materials makes a statement, and beaded lace looks updated and glamorous.
Illusion Necklines: I love this trend – illusion necklines look sexy and give a hint of sheer while still supporting your dress. You can have a beautiful, sweeping sweetheart neckline along with that extra coverage. It's the best of both fashion worlds
Jeweled Necklines: Bring on the bling! Jeweled necklines add impact to simpler dress styles, so even if you opt for a classic fit you can still add sparkling embellishment for an unforgettable wedding dress.
Keyhole Backs: Pair your wedding updo with a keyhole back for a flash of skin. You can turn heads from every angle in a dress with a back that dazzles.
I designed the Spring 2015 plus size wedding dress collection to fit and flatter full-figured brides. The collection offers traditional wedding gowns perfect for a dreamy church wedding. If your big day is taking place in a destination setting, you will fall in love with Sydney's Closet collection of informal plus size wedding dresses
whether you plan to be on a boat deck, a beach shore, backyard, vineyard or a City Hall.
Let me share with you several of the newest designs so you can find your favorite:
"Hugs and Kisses" tea-length plus-size wedding dress
Take a break from bridal fashion tradition when you wear this charming plus size wedding dress. I paired the tea-length skirt with the sweetness of corded lace on a fitted torso. The barely-there cap sleeves set off a beautiful V-neck that I considered perfect for a casual or destination wedding.
"Two Hearts Together" formal plus-size wedding gown
Like the look of our "Hugs and Kisses" dress but need a longer length? This wedding gown is the answer. It takes all the delicate elements of the dress – V-neckline, lace bodice, sheer cap sleeves – and pairs them back to a floor-length A-line skirt. Take this elegant gown from the aisle to the ballroom and make it an important part of your special day.
"Devoted Forever" one-shoulder bridal gown
You’re the bride that is fun and spontaneous – so why shouldn't your wedding dress reflect your unique personality? Cue the "Devoted Forever" one-shoulder wedding gown. Soft pleats along the shoulder and bodice flow down to an A-line skirt and train, perfectly complimenting your curves. Pearls and sequins delicately border the waistline of this show-stopping dress. But my favorite detail is in the back. I added a sheer panel to accentuate the one-shoulder back and accented it with embellishments.
"The Look of Love" plus size A-line wedding gown
This wedding dress exudes the definition of simple and elegant. I added an intricate lattice pattern to embellish the scoop neckline of this gown. The stunning effect is a statement neckline that comes with your dress. Soft pleats along the bodice and waistband flatter and forgive. And the classic A-line skirt and sweeping train in flowing chiffon make this a truly picture perfect wedding gown. Can't use
"Your Special Day" net illusion plus size wedding dress
This is your day, so make it count with a wedding dress styled with special details you always wanted. I designed the lace bodice with an illusion sweetheart bodice for an ultra feminine touch. The lace illusion neckline lets all your guests know you're so on trend. I added beads to the lace for a pretty touch. Cap sleeves add to the contemporary look and give you the coverage you want. Layers of tulle flow out from the dropped waist to create a full, floor-length A-line that gracefully moves when you walk down the aisle. .
"Pure Affection" plus size informal gown with sleeves
I design all our dresses exclusively for plus size bride, and this gown is no exception. I had in mind the mature bride getting married for a second or third time. The mock two-piece construction gracefully combines lace and chiffon into design. The lace bodice features a graceful scoop neck. Sheer three-quarter sleeves provide just the right amount of coverage. A beaded and pearl jewel accent adds a hint of embellishment. The lace peplum falls just below the natural waist to camouflage the tummy.
If 2015 is your year to plan for a wedding, this collection will surely inspire you and help you find the perfect plus size wedding gown. Our Spring 2015 styles launch in the coming months! Meanwhile, we can preview the designs on our website.