Embracing modern style and a chic silhouette, these fabulous white and cream-colored suits are a splendid choice for brides who don't want to wear a dress.
For brides who want a simple look, keep this style to a sophisticated minimum. Above, this jumpsuit with a bustier top is beautifully complemented with minimalist jewelry and strappy shoes. Below, this white suit also incorporates another trend for next year--daringly deep necklines. When paired with a sleek capelet, this outfit seems tailor made for a trip to city hall.
If you are having a destination wedding at a resort, you'll love how easy and cool these jumpsuits are to wear, while still looking "bridal." The halter neckline and bow sash on this outfit below adds a sweetly feminine vibe.
One of our favorite suits on the runways was this one below by Carolina Herrara. With an adorable jacket and cropped pants, it has a youthful and lively quality.
Want to wear a classic suit? Try one like this option below with traditional tailoring and impeccable fit. Throw a brooch on the lapel and find your most swagger-worthy heels and you are ready to work the aisle!
Another suit trend we saw a lot of was the use of lace. It helps the suit instantly "read" bridal and gives it a lighter feel.
Modern brides will love the open back on this white lace jumpsuit (below). It's well-lined to avoid any wardrobe malfunction, but still looks flirty and fun.
Never avoided daring trends? Then find a lace jumpsuit with an offbeat design, such as this lingerie inspired suit (above, left) or very casual option with cigarette pants (above, right).
On the other hand, if you love the latest textural details as much as we do, find a suit that marries together different fabrics, like this dramatic showstopper below.
Big fan of Annie Hall? This all-white tuxedo is an elegantly androgynous statement with its crisp bow tie and slightly puffed shoulders.
Getting married in a warmer climate? Find a suit with a crop top (above) or ditch a pantsuit in favor of a sparkly romper instead (below).