Bridal inspiration could come in many forms. One of the major source though, is through the bi-annual Bridal Fashion Week where designers present their finest wedding dress collections. For this upcoming year, there are five major trends that have fascinated us with its distinguished and surely, brides-to-be can take some hints and apply these trends to showcase their true character at their own wedding. In the slideshow we have compiled the best wedding dress looks from world-renowned fashion designers who presented their Spring/Summer 2019 Collections during the New York Bridal Fashion Week. Without further ado, start scrolling away!
Infusing femininity, Anne Barge crafted these sheer capes with floral embellishments to especially embody the romantic nature of a bride. Good news is, you can skip the veil, and instead do some mix-and-match as this cape goes very well with any neckline, even silhouette!
This would be a statement piece for brides-to-be who adores a grand entrance for their celebration. If you’re looking for extra uniqueness and fashion-forward edge, take a look at Berta Bridal’s feathery capes that are perfect for glamorous weddings. Meanwhile, Ines di Santo featured a high-neck cape that comes with pearl embellishments, for brides that love the extra bling.
Stardust-themed weddings have certainly captured brides’ attention since the beginning of 2018, and it’s been predicted to continue dominating the wedding industry until early 2019. So, why don’t we keep favoring the trend with sequined capes as well?
Tadashi Soji’s Spring 2019 collection is loved for its intricate lace works. He particularly set the vintage bar high by incorporating exquisite Victorian capes in his collections, as an alternative to the traditional veil.
If you’re bored with this sleeve model, take some hints from these sleek satin dresses. Danielle Frankel’s button-down dress is tailored for a conventional but daring bridal look that lasts for a lifetime. Moreover, isn’t the blush dress by Tadashi Soji perfect for a bridesmaid’s companion too?
Calling all classic brides-to-be, Bishop sleeves have made its comeback! But this time around airy materials are in the picture, creating an ethereal look and modern twist to the conventional look.
Who knew cut-out sleeves would be next on trend? Leanne Marshall included these dresses with an interesting sleeve detail on her lineup. With such non-traditional presentation, our minds quickly envisioned an outdoor destination wedding that is held in a breezy, tropical atmosphere.
Detachable Watteau Train
These days, brides seek for effortless and practical features on their dress. That being said, many detachable pieces have become a must-have element on bridal dresses, including the Watteau train. Renowned designers such as Lela Rose and Viktor & Rolf have also adopted this trend for their newest bridal collection.
A little twist on the dress surely won’t hurt. An overskirt for a wedding dress is the one trend that has been observed by many designers. This feature will be perfect for those who opt to have a fitted silhouette after a much grander look for the ceremonial procession.
More detachable piece ideas
How about adding a detachable skirt on a wedding jumpsuit? With this detail, you can have it all. A princess-y look vibe for the ceremony and reception as well as the go-to outfit for the after party!
Dressing in pants or jumpsuit for your nuptials has its own perks. Worry not, you’ll look stunning nonetheless. Take a hint from these white satin jumpsuits from Viktor & Rolf and Jenny Packham that will allow you to move and dance the night away without sacrificing style.
An ultimate wow-factor, this one is. For a more dramatic impression on your ballgown-silhouette dress, consider getting tiered skirts and added-embellishments.
More tiered-skirt ideas
For a simpler version, consider having tiered skirts with a sheath-silhouette dress. This combo will flatter your figure and instill a stylish yet fun impression at the same time.
Simple and classic are the two words that describe these turtleneck wedding dresses. Laden with 3D floral appliques, both dresses by Elizabeth Fillmore and Viktor & Rolf would shows edginess and style instead of coming across as conventional.
Adding in one more color as a contrast to the traditional white, Danielle Frankel and Leanne Marshall brought a fresh approach to colored wedding dresses, which is suitable for each and every part of the wedding.
You can definitely infuse your playful personality in various details. Huge-sized adornment like Carolina Hererra’s bow or a giant 3D floral embellishment from Vera Wang as pictured above is just two of the many ideas you can implement.