Getting married soon? These are the top bridal trends you need to know before saying: I do.
Amidst all the fashion show extravaganza that lasted for a month, it’s easy for some people to overlook the bridal shows that follow it. Some think everything’s over after the fashion month ends, but in reality, it’s far from it.
With equal, if not more charges of fantasy and whimsy than any industry, bridal fashion is definitely a world of its own. And it’s high time that we also share the limelight and attention to bridal fashion week. From eye-catching puffed sleeves to exquisite ruffle detailings, we already took the liberty to roundup the top bridal trends we spotted that 2020 brides should definitely consider when building their mood or Pinterest boards.
Much like what we’ve seen from the trends that rose during NYFW and MEGA Fashion Week, one of the bridal trends that dominated the runways are often exaggerated puffed sleeves. We’ve seen it from some designers like Vera Wang and Monique Lhuillier who both showcased their own take to it in varying sizes.
Unlike Miranda Priestly’s dismayed reaction (with pursed lips) towards James Holt when he presented an exclusively designed red dress punctuated by a big bow to her, we love big bow accents on chic bridal dresses. But just make sure to take the right style notes from the likes of Carolina Herrera and Marchesa.
Taking the bridal game to a whole new level, bridal trousers are also becoming a new favorite for modern brides. And as Lela Rose and Tadashi Shoji have created truly stunning pieces, this new look for brides-to-be is perfect for any crisp and contemporary wedding who tend to want to push the envelope of tradition more.
Let’s admit it: no bride wants any drama during her special day. However, a bit of drama is still allowed, only when it is on your wedding gown. So, add an extra showstopping element to your gown by opting for ruffles such as the ones from Zuhair Murad and Oscar de la Renta.
Modern Prairie Dress
Channeling the 60s and 70s era of the 20th century, prairie dresses are reincarnated with a hint of modern elegance and romance. With Viktor & Rolf, as well as Theia giving us classic nostalgia with their prairie wedding gowns, it looks like we’ll be seeing more vintage-inspired weddings soon. Now, that’s an ideal wedding for an old soul.