The Hottest Wedding Dress Trend of 2017: Plunging Neckline

//The Hottest Wedding Dress Trend of 2017: Plunging Neckline

The Hottest Wedding Dress Trend of 2017: Plunging Neckline

New York Bride & Co. is famous for offering inspired designs at popular pricing. In 2017, we can help you unleash your inner Glamour Goddess and plunge into the season’s most popular wedding gowns. And with regard to the year’s hottest style trend, we mean “plunge.”

When it comes to the latest trends in the wedding world, we like to keep you in the loop! And today we’re showing you how to pull off one of the hottest 2017 bridal trends. The bridal gown element of the moment? The Plunging Neckline — sometimes dipping all the way to the natural waist. The deep V-neckline is a must-try for two reasons: it flatters your upper body and elongates your frame….

In the last few seasons, plunging necklines have made a splash on the runways, adding sensuality and interest to otherwise traditional styles. While the sexy, open back trend isn’t going anywhere, this year, a plunging neckline jumps into the mix. Get ready to bare that décolletage in style, 2017 brides! See more at Belle The Magazine

The latest collection from Kenneth Winston, one of our top-selling brands, is highlighted by several stunning wedding gowns that showcase a tantalizing bust line. Among these exquisite garments is our featured dress (pictured above), Kenneth Winston, style 1692.

The Kenneth Winston line comes from the celebrated design house Private Label by G. Their discriminating approach to creating has made them successful the world over.

Private Label by G has always had one dream — design high quality bridal gowns and offer them at unbeatable prices. The company owners followed these dreams, but on one condition…

Simple is better.

Always choose the highest quality materials, work closely with the production teams to control quality, and steadily improved their dress patterns year after year for the perfect fit. Continue at Private Label by G

new york bride syracuse sottero midgley wedding dress bridal salon bridesmaid dress accessoriesStyle blog Fashionista definitely noticed the plunging necklines on the wedding week runway, along with other clear bridal gown trends.

For spring 2017, there’s a bit of sartorial cognitive dissonance happening: Somehow designers devised a way for brides to wear all of the traditional wedding accoutrements (long sleeves, a train, the veil, etc.) and still bare as much skin as J. Lo at the 2000 Grammys.

While the sexy, open back trend isn’t going anywhere, this season, a massively plunging neckline jumps into the mix. From a relatively discreet illusion-covered slash to a down-to-the-pelvis V-neck plunge, cleavage is a “thing” for bridal in 2017. Start stocking up on Hollywood tape and breast petals right now, ladies.

Bridal designers played up corsetry this season by accenting the bustier top with lace, embroidery, elaborate beading and creative illusion paneling (apparently, side boob is “in” for weddings). The ’90s slip dress trend also made its way to the wedding aisle with silhouettes beyond the spaghetti-strap column: ’30s-style peignoirs, Isabelle Armstrong’s bathrobe-esque floral silk shirt dress tied over a satin slip and almost all of Elizabeth Fillmore’s boudoir-inspired collection. Additional details at Fashionista

If you’re confident in your body, feel that your bust is one of your best features and wish to dabble in the risqué side of wedding apparel, New York Bride & Co. can put you in a show-stopping, plunging neckline dress. On the other hand, if you don’t want to “put it all out there” but you’ve fallen in love with a deep neckline gown, our talented alterations department can insert lace or netting to provide a comfortable amount of coverage.

Whatever you envision for your dream wedding dress, you’ll find it at New York Bride & Co., the premier bridal salon in the Syracuse metro area. We look forward to seeing you soon.new york bride syracuse sottero midgley wedding dress bridal salon bridesmaid dress accessories

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