11 Trends from Bridal Fashion Week We Can’t Stop Thinking About
Whether you recently got engaged (congrats!) or you’re just here for the tulle and silk organza, you’re in luck. This season’s crop of gowns and accessories from bridal fashion week did not disappoint. From capes to bows to leather (yes, leather), here are the 11 best wedding-dress trends for fall/winter 2018. Remember: deep breaths…
Sky-High Slits at Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld
A bit of thigh is—dare we say?—still hip for 2018. (Sorry, had to.)
Bishop Sleeves at Marchesa
All over the runways this year: a loose, flowy sleeve that ties in a silk bow or fastens into a buttoned cuff around your wrist.
Feathers at Berta
Oh hello, wispy little accents. Whether concentrated or scattered, ivory plumage is the embellishment du jour.
Modern Separates at Lela Rose
Think how much use you’d get out of your bridal attire after the wedding.
Ruching at Naeem Khan
The things we would do to wear this gathered silk number down the aisle… (Not to mention the beaded headdress and shoulder-grazing earrings.)
Jackets at Monique Lhuillier
Ahem...told ya so.
Fishtail Skirts at Sachin & Babi
A more dramatic take on the mermaid, this silhouette tapers from a form-fitting column in the front to a flounced bustle in the back.
Black Ribbons at Melissa Sweet for David’s Bridal
Tied at the waist or around the neck, black velvet and satin ribbons made a statement on many a dress this year. And yes, statements can be sweet.
Nude Hues at Galia Lahav
All white? Yawn. Muted beiges, warm grays and light tans are the colors to beat this coming season.
Sheer Fabrics at Reem Acra
Strategically placed appliqués and beading on thin layers of tulle and see-through organza took the crown for “Most Likely to Turn Heads.”
Princess Capes at Naeem Khan
Not so much of a veil gal? Try a delicate, train-length cape for a bit of ethereal drama to your wedding march.