Monsoon Wedding Dresses 2016 – Inspiration from the PastFavorite
There are lots of brands out there that offer everything from stunning to less than glorious wedding dresses and accessories – and they come with a very diverse range of price tags. If you’re on the lookout for affordable and chic dresses that are not overly intricate, yet comfortable and versatile, then you should definitely browse through the Monsoon wedding dresses 2016 collection. Full of options for different body types and chic at the same time – a great alternative for brides on a budget.
Monsoon Wedding Dresses 2016 – Inspiration from the Past
The 1950s Frock
This year, the vintage themed weddings are in and if you’re opting for an event inspired by glamorous past times, then go all in with the concept and pick a dress that is reminiscent of old glamour. And what era does glam better than the perfectly polished 1950s, with their ultra-feminine shapes and designs, ideal for ladies who want to look elegant and put together at all times? Check out this lovely creation featuring lace sleeves and a layered skirt in the ample style of the 50s.
The Crystal Gem Dress
A dress that is jazzed up with crystals and that sparkles in the sunlight (or sunset) at the same time? Yes! This gorgeous bridal gown is positively sparkly with its crystal gem embellishments and pearl details. The sweetheart bodice is a classic and flattering to all body types and the V-shaped back is alluring and elegant.
The Aspen Dress
One of the best qualities of the Monsoon wedding dresses 2016 is the fact that they are comfortable and easy to wear and accessorize. And this dress right here is the perfect example: with its detachable overlay made entirely of delicate lace, this silky strapless dress with a fitted top is as versatile as it gets. Chilly? Opt for the lace overlay! Hot? Go strapless and bust a move on the dance floor!
The Ivory Pearl Dress
When it comes to wedding dress appliques and embellishments, pearls never go out of style – look at this gorgeous example of a wedding dress that features delicate pearls, paired with an equally graceful scooped neckline and a puddle train. For extra waist definition, you’ve also got a silky belt that will help you create an overall hourglass figure effect.
The Cape Midi Dress
While long dresses are the norm, you’d rather embrace a leggier look for your wedding day and go for a midi-length dress. And if you’re also on a budget and refuse to spend thousands of dollars on a dress, then check out this lovely piece from the Monsoon collection: a midi number with scalloped details – and the best part is that you can wear it two ways! Featuring a removable cape, this dress is also brilliant and shiny thanks to its gold metallic embroidery.
The Vintage Column Dress
You’re trying to avoid going for a crisp white dress and would rather embrace a beige or cream look for your big day. Well, check out this garment from the Monsoon wedding dresses 2016 collection! Pretty scallops? Check! Crystal ‘fringe’? YES! Lots of bling with the help of sequins and beads? Totally! Add to all that is a high dosage of nostalgia and you’ve got yourself the ideal retro look.
The Simple Elegance Dress
In a sea of intricate dresses with overly designed elements, simplicity is a rarity. And if you are a fan of simple elegance and understated beauty, then opt for this effortless dress featuring an empire waist and a cowl neckline. Easy to wear and to accessorize, chic yet not overly decorated and suitable for a wide range of wedding concepts and styles – what else could you ask for from a simply elegant dress?
The 1940s Dress
The 1920s and the 1950s were not the only inspirational eras that stimulated designers to find their muses in the past. The 1940s were equally charming and sophisticated – and it all shows in this lovely piece right here. With its peplum waist and knee-length cut, it is simple in design, but features a very feminine silhouette.
The Dropped Shoulders Dress
A casual, intimate affair as well as a wedding on a beach calls for an effortless, breezy bridal dress that is low on structure and rigidity. This dress is definitely suitable for a bride who wants a casual and less formal celebration – with its dropped shoulder sleeves and a gorgeous sense of movement, it’s the right choice for an easy summer wedding.
The Seventies Floral Dress
Speaking of vintage-inspired dresses with cuts and shapes borrowed from the past, this dress is reminiscent of 1970s designs and prints. Check out its large floral print on the sheer long sleeves, paired with buttons on the back and a puddle train! One of the more unique creations from the Monsoon wedding dresses 2016 collection, full of charm and personality.