{Fashion Friday} The Sash Trend

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 {Fashion Friday} The Sash Trend

The sash is easily a plus size bride’s BEST friend. It can instantly pull an outfit together and add an element of chicness at the same time. (It also slims any waistline.) This trend has been all over the bridal runways this season in some form or another. Whether a simplistic silk ribbon or a lace band with a laser-cut flower. This detailing is even better when added to a plus size wedding gown with a lot of volume on the bottom, the sash reigns in and brings the eye upwards and toward the smallest part of you.

This gorgeous Lazaro gown from the spring/summer 2014 collection creates vintage drama through the intricate corset, layers of fabric and lace detailing, but then draws the eye with the unexpected flower sash.

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Lazaro spring/ summer 2014 collection. WGSN
Lazaro spring/ summer 2014 collection. WGSN

I love this Hayley Paige gown with geometric lines. The fluttering, overlapping layers are stunning and pop even more with the simple grey sash, which brings the whole look together.

Hayley Paige spring/summer 2014 collection. WGSN
Hayley Paige spring/summer 2013/2014 collection. WGSN

This Jim Hjelm gown is extremely unique. The high-low silhouette tulips out for a gorgeous train, while the oversized flower detailing on the sash adds a classic element to an otherwise fashion-forward dress.

Jim Hjelm spring/summer 2014 collection. WGSN
Jim Hjelm spring/summer 2014 collection. WGSN

 Let me know which is your favorite in the comments

 

 

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The World's Only Magazine for Plus Size Brides. Bringing Bridal Inspiration to brides that look like "YOU" The brainchild of Shafonne Myers, a certified wedding and event planner who longed for bridal inspiration that looked like her.