So what’s new for our brides for the upcoming year?
The hottest new bridal gowns and trends were showcased during the Bridal Fashion Week, so if you don’t have your dress yet… good news!!! You can already start looking. Every look shown in this fashion event was stunning, but here are the most predominant trends for 2018.
Oversized bows and off-the-shoulder silhouettes.
Perfect for a bride who loves dreamy, delicate details but is also looking to make a fierce, fashion-forward statement.
This Old Hollywood silhouette is back, and rightfully so. Designers such as Viktor & Rolf, Carolina Herrera, and Oscar de la Renta all showcased gowns with this feature.
Left to right: Carolina Herrera, Viktor & Rolf, Oscar de la Renta, Rivini
These trends are truly heading for more chic simplicity, comfort, and glamour.
Pants and classic trousers are huge for 2018. If dresses aren't your thing or you want to try something different, then this trend is for you. Pairing these styles with pearls and diamonds will achieve a more elegant result, as presented by Tiffany & Co.
A cape is a relevant piece on its own. It's romantic, glamorous and edgy, all in one!
Black and White
This is an unexpected but jaw-dropping touch. At Marchesa, short and sweet dresses were trimmed with black grosgrain while Romona Keveza styled her looks with a velvet ribbon. The last on your right is from Justin Alexander.
Flowers add an enchanted princess effect. Three-dimensional embellishments add texture to a plain white dress, and ensures a clean, yet unforgettable style.
"Coco" ivory wedding dress with paillette flowers along the bodice and silk-chiffon skirt, by Mira Zwillinger
"Tara" ivory ball gown in an embroidered Mikado-silk with silk-organza hand-cut flower appliqués, by Mira Zwillinger