We wanted to share these key bridal trends for 2014 with you from Dajana Basic. Dajana creates dresses that are made for the young fashionable bride who likes to look iconic and elegant on her wedding day.
Each collection is designed in England and handcrafted by leading skilled seamstresses in design studios overseas. Using the finest quality of garments from Europe and Asia, the key fabrics of feminine lace, soft tulle and organza make each dress exceptional in its design, finish and attention to detail.
Colourful Wedding Dresses Will Become Mainstream
Since their inception, coloured wedding dresses have been made exclusively by high-end fashion designers such as Oscar de la Renta and have only been available to the select few who are able to afford their extravagant price tags.
However in 2014, affordable yet colourful wedding dresses will are set to become popular in the mainstream market with designers such as 28-year-old Dajana Basic launching a bridal wear collections defined by “delicate colour accents.”
The dresses of Dajana Basic London feature handmade, elegant white gowns embellished with macaroon shades such as tiny blue pearls against white, warm yellow silk detail and pastel blue bodices. The unique and eye-catching gowns are already causing a stir in the industry, attracting attention from London stockists, magazine editors and bloggers.
Brides Will Chose 1920s Inspired Head Pieces Over A Veil.
With Baz Luhrmann’s recent production of The Great Gatsby bringing about a revival in 1920s fashion, more and more brides are swapping overly feminine, traditional veils for neat, pretty head pieces.
A perfect example of this trend is the head pieces of Copenhagen-based designer Jannie Baltzer who combines the glamour of 1920’s Hollywood with exquisite craftsmanship and detail, featuring handmade flowers, intricate bead work and luxurious materials such as French lace, Edwardian lace and Preciosa crystals.
Larger Earrings Will Replace Delicate Pearls
With more brides likely to be opting for head pieces in 2014, ears are going to be much more visible than they have been in the past when obscured by veils. Delicate pearl earrings are often favored by brides, but we expect the temptation to embellish ears with more striking earrings will be impossible for the brides of 2014 to resist. Not only do larger earrings frame a bride’s face beautifully, but they add another touch of sophistication and charm to the overall look.
What are your wedding dress predictions for 2014? we would love to hear from you so do get in touch.