Fashion & Beauty
10 Inspiring Trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week
Check out our 10 favorite trends from the Fall 2017 collections.
Lace has always been a favorite fabric for wedding dresses. But this season’s lace featured dynamic patterns, and created structured silhouettes.
Even though there were many minimalist moments at this year’s shows, there were also plenty of nods to more opulent detailing. We loved dresses like this one, where the design was enhanced by the extra sparkle of classic beadwork.
Off the Shoulder
It’s time to break out your highlighter and get your shoulders camera-ready. So many wedding dresses, whether modern (like the one shown here) or very traditional, featured off-the-shoulder necklines.
Rather than embroidery-accented illusion backs that have been popular for several seasons, we have started to see a move towards statement backs that are either very low or allow a bride to have her back completely bare.
From demure and elegant to bold and vivacious, fringe was everywhere! This Watters dress showcases fringe being used with 1920s vintage inspiration. Other designers showcased long, bouncy fringe with a definite 1970s vibe.
The Fall 2017 runways were full of dresses with high slits to show off mile-long gams. This gown from Laudae was one of our favorites, with its unique use of different fabrics and textures.
Blush has been the go-to choice for brides who don’t want to wear white on their wedding day. But the shows we saw introduced muted earth tones as a more contemporary alternative to ivory.
Patterns played a significant role in many of the Fall 2017 collections. This sheath gown is one such example, with paisley swirls and nude lining.
The New Pantsuit
If you don’t love wearing dresses, why would you wear one to your wedding? For brides that appreciate a modern and fresh statement, consider a bridal pantsuit.
If we had to pick our very favorite trend from the shows, it would have to be the focus on sleeves. In all different shapes and lengths, sleeves definitely dominated. Some of the most compelling examples were voluminous bell sleeves like the ones shown here.