If you’re a bride-to-be and you have no idea how to start planning your dress, fret not, as we’ve compiled for you this year’s bridal gown trends to draw inspiration from.
Glamorous, understated, lightweight, and dreamy, attaching feathers on your gown will make you look like you’re ~floating~ down the aisle. Whether you decide on a feathery neckline or your entire gown peppered in feathers, our ultimate advice is to go all-out feathery. More is more!
Who wears the cape in the relationship? The bride!
A dramatic cape attached to your gown provides you with an extra layer to add eye-catching details: embellishments, embroidery, et cetera. A sheer, full-length cape wears best with a simple silhouette, instantly leveling up your look.
Audrey Hepburn and Meghan Markle will approve. Think classic, elegant sleeves and necklines, and forgiving silhouettes that will never go out of style. You’re sure to look every bit a glamorous bride for years and years, no matter which generation of apo your wedding photo will end up being shown to!
The world will expect to see flowers on your bouquet, and not on your dress. So if you've got a penchant for wowing the crowd in a fashionable way, then consider a floral wedding dress that’ll leave them pleasantly surprised.
Weddings are one of those days brides are expected to look as delicate as a flower, but when it comes to bows on your gown—the larger, the better. In fact, it’s highly encouraged that you make the bow the raison d'être of your gown.
We're talking about extremely simple, streamlined silhouettes here. No fuss, no frills—the beauty is in the tailoring and all the minute details. These types of dresses are for brides who aren't into the ultra-glam look and would rather go for understated elegance.
STREAMLINED AND STRUCTURED
Soft, flowy fabrics not your cup of tea? Then you're probably the bride who'd shine more in a clean, well-tailored, structured gown that only goes to show you know what you want and know how to get it.
A two-piece gown is an attractive option, especially because it gives you a higher chance to wear either piece again, after your wedding day. Talk about being pretty and practical! It's unconventional, sure, but has anyone ever told you how 100,000x more comfortable it is to wear two pieces?
If you're obsessed with your ~*walk*~ down the aisle, then this gown type is probably made for you! Look every bit the dainty fairy with this fun, frothy train that all the flower girls will probably love to play with.
SLITS AND HEMLINES
Dare to bare your legs by way of a chic asymmetrical hemline or a peek-a-boo slit. If you think this type of gown cut works best with your figure—not to mention your strut down the aisle—then why not?