Bridal Trends – Straight From the Runway to RB.com

The Spring 2010 bridal runway shows set my heart all a-flutter, with showstopping new creations from some of Recycled Bride’s fave designers. <!–more–>

I love an exquisitely designed wedding dress, especially when it tells me something new about the possibilities for bridal beauty this season. Here are a few extra-special runway trends that will be influencing the way we all look at bridal couture…

Trend #1: Peplums Galore

via marthastewartweddings.com

via marthastewartweddings.com

The biggest trend on the runway for Spring 2010 was the peplum skirt. Dresses from all of the major designers featured peplums. Whether they’re poofy or mini, ruffled or made of tulle, a peplum creates an oh-so-fashionable and sleek silhouette.

Oscar de la Renta and Monique Lhuillier's peplums for 2010

Oscar de la Renta and Monique Lhuillier’s peplums for 2010

The best part about the peplum trend? It will hide any junk lurking in your trunk. I’m a big believer in covering problem areas with poofiness. I also believe in ordering the dessert sampler at every restaurant I go to. You can see how these core beliefs go hand in hand, creating a sound philosophy on which to base all major life decisions.

Dresses by Angel Sanchez, left, and Melissa Sweet

Dresses by Angel Sanchez, left, and Melissa Sweet

Wait — I know what you’re thinking. I’m thinking it too. Pockets? Brilliant!!! (Uh…we were all thinking that, right?) I love the peplum + pockets combo. It makes this dress elegant, fashionable, edgy, easy to wear and oh-so-fun. Would you ever wear a wedding dress with pockets? And what on earth would you keep in them? Here’s my list:

Lipstick
Gum
Hairpins
Vows
A peanut butter Q.bel

Stay tuned! Soon I’ll be posting more pics and blogging about  more smoking hot runway trends from the Spring 2010 bridal shows…

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