Best of the best for the brides-to-be getting married next year.
While the world is so crazy about Spring Summer shows at fashion-capitals around the world, Alon Livne White satisfied thousands couple with a penchant for both drama and comfort; or Carolina Herrera keeps upgrading the bridal luxe and elegance to a new level with ruffles stunning designs. This season held at New York also marked the launch of Viktor & Rolf’s debut bridal collection, revealing unexpected trends for modern and sexy bridal looks. Here you are the sum-up top six bridal trends for next fall from famous designers.
Rows of Ruffles
The ruffles trend that’s sweeping ready-to-wear is a natural fit for the bridal market—and the ultra-feminine styles put forward for next fall are the stuff dreams are made of.
from left to right: Carol Hannah, Monique Lhuillier
from left to right: Persy, Francesca Miranda
Coming Up Roses
With 3D embellishments, rich floral embroidery, and petal-strewn illusion sleeves, this season featured enough blooms to make even your florist envious.
from left to right: Marchesa, Monique Lhuillier, Pronovias
from left to right: Temperley London, Naeem Khan
Fit for a Princess
The ghost of Grace Kelly was very much present at this season’s bridal week. Designers were inspired by the elegant, ’50s-style fit-and-flare silhouette she favored and offered royalty-worthy styles with fitted bodices and voluminous skirts.
from left to right: Lela Rose, Reem Acra, Alon Livne White
from left to right: Romona Keveza, Marchesa
In diaphanous tulle, sheer lace, or even a shirred silk crop top, the shoulder-baring styles of the season are about as romantic as they come.
from left to right: Berta, Alon Livne White
from left to right: Persy, Houghton, Rime Arodaky
For a regal moment on your wedding day, choose metallic lace, sumptuous gilded embroidery, or shimmery beading—bridal week offered no shortage of styles to choose from.
from left to right: Oleg Cassini, Francesca Miranda
from left to right: Rembo Styling, Yolan Cris
Sleek and Simple
For brides whose tastes skew more minimalist, there were slinky slip dresses, unadorned ivory gowns, and dresses that emphasized silhouette over embellishment.
from left to right: Lela Rose, Naeem Khan
from left to right: Sachin & Babi, Rembo Styling, Watters