Friday, January 30, 2015

Let’s take a peek at 2015 trends!

2015 has just begun, but here at Lu Raquel we’re excited and ready to assist in making a bride’s day the most special day of her life. A key aspect of our preparations for this year was anticipating the coming trends, and designing gowns that would be fashionable and unique to each bride. Each and every gown that we create has the opportunity to be customized to meet the needs of every bride – unique brides need unique dresses. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the new and refreshing trends of 2015!


Less is more


This season seems to be all about “less is more” by shedding thick straps and sleeves in favor of ultra-thin spaghetti straps, caplets, crop tops, and sheer high-neck styles.  Each style has its own unique flair, and thanks to our own wonderful customization program, Lu Raquel has the ability to create that perfect gown for you!
Check out some of our “less is more” gowns from our Spring 2015 line – and keep in mind that any and all gowns can be customized to your heart’s content!

Olivia Jane
Leigh Anne
Donna Belle


Layers upon layers & Light as a feather


Another trend that’s taking the bridal scene by storm is layered ball gowns, minus the heaviness. Light and airy layered gowns are a definite must for those princesses-to-be!
Take a peek at one of our very own light and layered ball gowns from our Spring 2015 line!

Chloe


Some legs are worth melting for



The Hollywood slit is quickly becoming something many brides consider, if the cold doesn’t bother them anyway. Taking the bridal scene by storm are dresses with the dramatic Hollywood slit much like Queen Elsa’s stylish gown in Frozen. Interested? Take a look at one of our own designs!

Marina



Introducing our own ice queen


We’d like to take a moment to introduce our brand-new marketing intern, Elsa!


“I look forward to learning new and exciting things with Lu Raquel! Let’s all work together to make special days the best they can be.”


And yes, she loves to build snowmen – especially ones named Olaf.

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