Post # 1
Just for fun, I wonder what kinds of styles are going to look the craziest when we look back at our pictures?
Because I’m sure our mothers thought those floppy hats or puffy shoulders or high-necked gowns looked stylish and timeless!
Don’t get me wrong, I think everyone should get the look they want, trendy or not. But we should also brace ourselves for the inevitable ravages of time, no?
Here’s a short list to start with:
– one-shoulder looks
– bubble skirts
– “pick up” styles
– sleek ponytails
Post # 3
see-through corset ballgowns
Post # 4
Wedding dresses with color on them.
Post # 5
flower appliqués…. they already look dated
Post # 6
I forgot about colored sashes. Those are going to look very dated.
Post # 7
@Kittyachi: I totally agree. Dresses that look like lingerie totally freak me out.
Post # 8
I get the feeling that cage veils will go back out of style
Post # 9
Pickups, colored sashes, pockets, and def the see through corsets!
Post # 10
Sorry girls, but I think mermaid dresses will be out of style in a few years too.
Post # 11
Kittyachi: Agree. So sorry Pinina if you are out there!
I unfortunately have to agree with pick-ups. Some women love them, they aren’t my particualr style, but I feel that things are moving toward simple, classic & chic about as much as they can & that seems a little “froufy” to me.
I think that bird-cage veils will go back out. They are beautiful, but trendy.
Hair Fascinators will probably not go out, but may change.
I also think that wearing boleros will go back out eventually.
I love all these ideas, even had a fascinator myself, but those are the trends I see going away.
Post # 12
Limos! If I were getting married in 30 years I would leave on a space ship!!! Duh.
Post # 13
I’ll second (or third) dresses with colored accents or pickups. I don’t know about birdcage veils because they are already a throwback, so it’s not like people will see them and immediately think “There’s a wedding from the aught’s!”
Post # 14
Giant, pick-uped, gathered frosted cupcake skirts/see-through corsets a la Pnina.
Wearing a “statement” necklace.
Dresses with color.
I agree with Ella. This are starting to trend to much simpler, more classic look already. A lot of the Fall 10/Spring 11 collections have gone back to more classic silhouettes and cleaner lines with far less embelishment.
Post # 15
@VirginiaMarie: HAHAHA ROFL, you win!
Honestly, one shoulder and sleek pony’s are pretty timeless imho… but, colored dresses, color “splashes” on dresses, sashes, see through corsets, and pickups.
Post # 16
I agree on pick-ups–not that they aren’t pretty on the right person, but when we look back in 5-10-20 years if you see a wedding photo with a pickup dress you will know exactly what decade it was from!
I think the side-bun and mini-pompadour/fohawk (both of which I love!!!) will be dated in a few years too. Of course I’ll probably still wear them. Hehe.