Although wearing black to your wedding is still considered too out there, the classic hue has made its way to this season’s bridal looks in the form of ribbon details wrapped around the waist or dangling along the hemlines for that unexpected, but classy contrast.
Soft layers inevitably create a dreamy, ethereal effect on any gown. Marchesa pared down the bulky layers of ruffles by using lighter fabrics, subtly revealing the beautiful touches of lacework.
Veering away from the usual form-hugging serpentine style, there’s a resurgence of huge, voluminous balls gowns. This dreamy creation by Reem Acra takes us back to our childhood years when we imagined what our wedding gowns would be like. Unique, playful accents like butterflies bring a sense of youthfulness to the classic gown silhouette.
Sachin and Babi
A cropped net capelet adds a dramatic flair to your shoulders; it vaguely reminds us of the vintage wedding hats we’ve seen on royal British weddings. P.S. Pair this gown with tasseled earrings to be boomerang-ready and shimmy at the reception!
If you’re a bride-to-be who’s not a fan of embellishments or embroideries, here’s a clean and minimalist look for you. Stand out in a simple gown by playing around with simple, yet striking silhouettes like shoulder-baring cuts in striped fabric.
Bows are here to make a serious style statement, and yes, even to your wedding. Bows softly draped down to your arms create an overall romantic, feminine feel to your bridal look.
Oscar De La Renta
If you’re going for a garden-themed wedding, complement the greenery feel of the venue with a delicate gown that has intricate touches of nature-inspired embellishments.In-article images: In Style | Brides