We got the scoop on the latest bridal fashion trends straight from the runways. See what’s hot!
Wedding Dresses With Airy Skirts
From streamlined ball gowns to flowy sheaths, light-as-air dresses took over the runways. Effortless fabrics like tulle and organza give off a seriously gorgeous ethereal vibe without weighing you down. Check out Houghton, Hayley Paige and Kelly Faetanini for more airy wedding dress styles.
Wedding Dresses With Off-the-Shoulder Sleeves
Channel your inner Brigitte Bardot with sultry shoulder-skimming sleeves. Our favorite thing about this trend? It’s sexy but still so classic. Kenneth Pool, Anne Barge and Maggie Sottero all featured romantic off-the-shoulder dresses.
Wedding Dresses With 3-D Floral Embellishments
Dynamic 3-D blooms put a fashion-forward spin on traditional floral details. Whether they’re around the collar, off the sleeves or tucked away in the folds of a ball gown, 3-D flowers add texture and dimension to any wedding dress silhouette. Inbal Dror, Lela Rose and Angel Sanchez all included this pretty trend in their latest collections.
Wedding Dresses With Detachable Skirts
Wearing a more traditional gown down the aisle and then slipping into a slinkier number for your reception is all the rage right now. Enter the convertible wedding dress. Detachable skirts make for a seamless outfit change while also doing away with the hassle of bustling your gown. Jim Hjelm, Monique Lhuillier and Amsale are just a few of the designers who showcased this trend in their collections.
Wedding Dresses With Fluttery Sleeves
Fluttery sleeves are a must-have for two reasons: They add a touch of vintage-inspired whimsy to a simple silhouette and flatter your upper body. Delicate fabrics like lace and chiffon make this flirty style of sleeve feel especially dainty. Matthew Christopher, Sarah Seven and Claire Pettibone all got in on the fluttery sleeve trend.