2014’s Most On-Trend Bridal Styles

By Desta Cullen
28th Apr 2014

The talented team at Casar Bridal in Brisbane's CBD certainly know a thing or two about making a bride look gorgeous on her wedding day.

With more than 20 years history dressing brides of every style throughout Queensland, Casar is home to gowns from both international and domestic designers — and are the  exclusive stockists of Maggie Sottero, Sottero & Midgley, San Patrick, Alfred Angelo, Dessy and Paige May.

Not only do they scout the most up-to-date and stylish pieces, but Casar's buyers are usually the first to see new lines, and their dresses are well ahead of the trends. 

Their personalised experience is impeccable and the team is more like a family — a family that all their brides are welcomed in to immediately. 

And although they specialise in bridal, they also do formal wear, menswear (in their Toowoomba store only) and some killer accessories! 

Because they see a lot of brides — seriously, make sure you book an appointment pronto to get a spot — they are downright experts at finding something to make every kind of bride 'squee' with joy!

So it made sense that they would be our go-to when getting the low-down on up-and-coming bride style trends for 2014.  

Princess Bride 

Whether you want to be a fairytale princess or a modern day, Kate Middleton-esque vision, you are more than guaranteed to achieve that in this dress. With a decadent crystal bodice complete with demure illusion centre neckline, and romantic chic organza skirt, this dress makes all kinds of statements.   

The Vintage Bride

Adorned with metallic embroidery and covered in intricate beaded patterns, this stunning sheath gown — over rich Evita Satin — will make any vintage-loving bride swoon. Complete with sweetheart neckline and finished with zipper back closure, it's vintage glam at its finest.

The Modern Bride 

Understated, but rich in detailing, this tulle and chic organza fit-and-flare features a slimming ruched bodice, with a textured swirling rosette skirt. The modern and classic cut will work for a rustic or beach wedding, and urban locations too.

The Classic Bride

With a classic and svelte A-line cut, this wedding gown is luxurious without being ostentatious; exceptionally romantic, the lace sits atop romance satin, while a dainty ribbon adds detail to the natural waist. The illusion bateau neckline and button over zip closure back creates a timeless style suited to the most discerning bride.

The New Bohemian Bride  

Dazzling with faceted beads and pearls adorning the bust, cascading to a gorgeous crocheted scalloped lace over Sinatra satin. This style of bohemian bride is a new level of elegance. Finish off with a flower crown and let the inner bohemian bride come to life.

The Glamorous Bride 

Shine and shimmer is the non-negotiable for the Glam' Bride. Breathtaking embroidered metallic lace overlays a separate Rosario Crepe Back Satin slip dress, featuring individual, hand-placed, Swarovski crystal appliqués down the length of the dress; the definition of glamorous.


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