Spring 2018 Bridal Fashion Week just wrapped up in New York, which means loads of new and exciting wedding dresses for us to drool over.
But there is one emerging trend from the catwalks this year that we really didn't expect to see—not on a bridal runway, at least.
It all started with Reem Acra, who presented a bridal collection entirely inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany's and that little black dress. Yep, you heard us—black.
Now, we're totally not averse to a bit of out-the-box thinking when it comes to wedding wear; after all, there are only so many white wedding dresses you can see before they all start to blur into one. But black? Now that is for some seriously ballsy brides.
Of course, Acra did present some more traditional-looking white dresses too, but even they had a Breakfast at Tiffany's spin.
And the whole white dress, black bow trend wasn't just something Reem Acra picked up on; it was also very prominent at other bridal big wig designer Marchesa.
Those lacy socks and shoes though!
The trend even filtered up to the hair and jewellery.
Elsewhere, Kelly Faetanini sent models down the runway wearing her own version of the trend. From big feathered black skirts, to lacy tops and even monochrome lace all-over gowns, the color was incorporated into many of her catwalk designs.
Does this mean we're going to see loads more brides tying the knot wearing LBDs from now on? We're not so sure.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.