15 Inspiring Wedding Gown Trends from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019

by Michelle Phang [[ 1539828000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  


The Fall 2019 Bridal Fashion Week just wrapped up in New York with fresh ideas that really caught every fashion and wedding enthusiast's attention. This time, we spot a never-before-seen trend in the wedding industry highlighting the runways. Not only the bridal designers decided to combine two or even three hottest trends from the last season's collection, but they also incorporate a touch of this upcoming season's trend. Talking about a major statement! It was about time you'd get to mix different details altogether! Click on the slideshow below to see our favorite Fall 2019 looks.

  • Take a Bow

    This season’s bow statement is a gigantic one that is adorned on the unexpected part of the dress! Take a cue from Carolina Herrera’s mermaid silhouette dress or the asymmetrical one from Viktor & Rolf.

  • Knot Detail

    If a bow statement doesn’t suit to your liking, why don’t you consider the not-so-feminine adornment, such as a simple knot like these above pictures.

  • Bishop Sleeves

    We’ve spotted a lot of bridal designers featuring bishop sleeves on their collections, but only some of them made quite a head turner with their surprising details.

  • Ruffled Off-Shoulders

    Temperley London and Tadashi Shoji included off-shoulder details with sheer materials, which created a more ethereal bridal look than the Spring 2019 collections.

  • One-Shoulder Neckline

    One-shoulder neckline has made its comeback! You might want to add this detail on your sheath silhouette and it will give that sleek look instantly.

  • More One-Shoulder Neckline

    Perhaps, you are all about that glam, so keep this neckline in mind as it’s a perfect-match for any skirt model.

  • Square Neckline

    Also spotted on the runway is the square neckline that came in both classic and modern materials.

  • Long Illusion Sleeves

    Would you dare to feature this element on your wedding dress? We want to see real brides walking down the aisle with those naturally flowy sleeves for sure.

  • Cut-out dress

    Show off your curves with these non-conventional cut-out dresses. We saw this trend is emerging at Inbal Dror and Cushnie's runway. Are you one of the brides who’d love to flatter your figure too?

  • Cropped tops

    Here comes the good news! Cropped top is making its way on the bridal runway. No matter your style, be it bohemian or minimalist, you can find the one that complements your overall aesthetic.

  • More Cropped tops

    These cropped top wedding dresses by Hayley Paige prove us that you can wear them however specific your preference is.

  • Furry Accent

    If the previous one is just perfect for tropical nuptials, these fur-inspired fabrics are made for brides who exchange their vows in the cold winter breeze.

  • Colorful Embroidery

    Another unconventional dress was introduced once again. But fret not, you’ll make a beautiful bridal statement by incorporating colored embroidery into your wedding day look.

  • 3D Floral Appliques

    Designers Duo, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren knew exactly how modern brides take extra attention to details. You might as well elevate your flower-filled celebration by imbuing such 3D floral appliques.

  • Glittery Effects

    Those sparkles and shines aren’t always meant for ballgowns. This season, Temperley London took a different approach to showcasing the glamorous bridal look.

  • Cape Features

    For a show-stopping bridal look, look no further than wearing a detachable cape that is completely unique to you. We certainly love the hooded cape idea by Ines Di Santo as well as the shoulder pads detail by Idan Cohen.

  • More Cape Features

    Hermione de Paula enjoyed experimenting the cape feature by working with colored materials, while Marchesa was out to make a flare-inspired cape.

  • A Variety of Veils

    Be prepared, brides-to-be! For 2019 weddings, you wouldn’t see much of average wedding veils as they’re made for a dramatic entrance.

  • More Veils

    Bridal designers consistently crafting something extraordinary and it seems reasonable as everyone desires a stunning appearance from head to toe.

So tell us, brides-to-be, if there's one feature feels uniquely you from all these trends we've rounded up!


  • Photography: via Brides , via Vogue

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