Fall 2018 bridal collection has finally been revealed, and we are totally swooning over the gorgeous designs this bridal fashion week has to offer. Whether you will be rocking a pink dress, or wedding worthy pants, we’ve got all the hottest wedding dress trends you need to know. I have put together a selection of my favourite looks from this seasons catwalk to make your search for the One as easy as possible.
Although we are not quiet done with last seasons wedding dress trends (off-the-shoulder, shades of blue and romantic lace). This season has taken a new approach by upgrading bridal capelets to full on princess capes, although off the shoulder dresses are still growing strong designers have added a new spin to the mixture; sleeves.
Make way for the detachable sleeves, tea-length frocks, and even shorts. Read on to see some of the biggest wedding dress trends this fall.
Princess Capes & Capelets
Although veils remain a classic choice when it comes to bridal accessories, last season as well as this season has seen a rise in bridal capes, so if your not into veils a full length bridal cape or capelet is the perfect alternative. Adding dimension to your gown this modern trend is easy to pull of as a mid-wedding outfit change. Channel your inner Snow White with these gorgeous princess capes:
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Wedding Worthy Jackets & Suits.
Baby its cold outside, just because your getting married doesn’t mean you have to wear a dress, this seasons catwalk had plenty of cool wedding worthy jackets and suits that are comfortable, figure flattering and chic. Unlike wedding dresses this choice is guaranteed to make it out of your wardrobe for a debut again after your wedding day.
The evolution of the off the shoulder wedding dress, split sleeves or detach sleeves have every intent to show off a brides shoulder by adding an element of surprise; you can take detach the sleeves to create a totally different look, yes thats right two looks with in one dress, and we all love those.
After Pippa Middleton’s wedding earlier this year, halter neck and high neck wedding dresses have become increasingly more popular amongst brides. This particular neckline shows off the brides shoulders while remaining elegant. This more modest style also works for a range of body types, as it flatters the upper body while offering additional support for bustier brides.
Short to Mid-Length
Forget ball gowns, short to mid-length wedding dresses are taking our breaths away. Channel your inner 1950’s bride with this stylish silhouette, ideal for a bride-to-be who is looking for fashion yet wanting a classic look.
Pink & Nude Dresses
Celebrities such as Jessica Biel, and Kaley Cuoco took the world by storm with their pink wedding dresses, which undoubtedly soon became a trend. Now designers have taken this trend to a new level by adding nude wedding dresses into the stir, as well as peachy-pink tone underlays. Looks like this romantic wedding dress trend is here to stay.
Bows have been in the spotlight for a few seasons now, whether they are on the back front or neckline of your dress we simply can’t get enough of them. This season bows have taken the runway by storm, designers have added them onto the sleeves and shoulders of the wedding dresses, proving this traditional bridal embellishment can work for a variety of styles.