Wedding Dress Trends To Know About

If you’re the fashion savvy bride, then you need to know about the wedding dress trends for 2019. And we have selected the prettiest, most dramatic trends for you to swoon over as you imagine yourself dancing on your big day in your spouse’s arms. So, if you’re on the hunt for a wedding dress with some flair, then this is the perfect inspiration for you to start with. Enjoy!

Brides of 2019 check out the gallery to see the best wedding looks and read our smart guide for the latest trends on designs, details, accessories.

Royal Wedding Fever

Looks like we’re not the only ones suffering from royal wedding mania. Meghan Markle hasn’t even walked down the aisle yet, and we’re already seeing her effect on bridal fashion. From glittering tiaras, to regal styles that felt very similar to some of history’s most iconic royal brides, most of the collections we saw had something fit for a princess.

 

Simple and classic

After years of big volume, large embroidery and plenty of bling, suddenly the most simple of dresses feel the most modern and chic. Meghan Markle confirmed it too when she opted for a tailored, embellishment free, Givenchy gown. Since then we’ve seen plenty of designers follow suit with simple and classic wedding dresses that look both timeless and modern.

 

Dramatic Ball Gowns

If you want to make a show-stopping appearance on your big day with a big entrance, just like a queen, then the dramatic ball gown is the perfect choice. Oh and we have to mention this: the voluminous skirt combined with either an off-shoulder, sweetheart strapless bodice or long lace sleeves makes your waist appear lean and tiny like a wasp’s. Even better, in 2019, dramatic ball gowns are among the most popular trends in bridal wear.

 

Halterneck wedding dresses

Another style that’s been influenced by the royal wedding is the rise of the halterneck wedding dress. More and more designers are creating halterneck styles that are sleek, sophisticated and feel a lot more polished and grown up compared to the popular off-the-shoulder and strapless wedding dresses.

 

Jaw-dropping Plunging Necklines

A favorite detail of the modern bride, the plunging neckline is a favorite trend for 2019 bridal attire. Combined with either minimalistic taffeta or sensuous lace, this design element is bound to get you under the spotlight and it does so while making you appear ultra-feminine, taller and more curvy. If you’re the daring kid drop the soft tulle overlay and go for full nude. Just make sure you use silicone cups or fashion tape to prevent any nip slips. Ups.

 

Wedding Jumpsuits

Like bows, jumpsuits have become part of the bridal vernacular. Sweet pants are no longer just for courthouse weddings, with many brides opting to change into a reception outfit, and going for a chic, modern jumpsuits.

 

Capes

If you’re the kind of bride who wants a look out of the ordinary, the cape is the accessory to add to your bridal style. It can successfully replace the veil if you’re not into that kind of old school accessory, but at the same time, it can add a strong note of glamour and fashion-forward sophistication.

 

Nude – tattoo

White or nude tulle embellished with intricate embroidery or lace detailing creating a sophisticated sheer “tattoo” effect on the skin.

 

Blue Wedding Dresses

Princess ball gowns are incredibly popular for 2019 collections, but the princess that seemed to be on many designer’s minds (apart from Meghan Markle of course!), was Cinderella. See more colourful wedding dresses.

 

Lavender

Pantone’s color of the year may be violet, but it was all about light shades of lavender for the latest crop of wedding dresses. Pastels popped up in many collections.

 

Metallic Wedding Dresses

Brighter than white but not as adventurous as a colour, metallic wedding dresses are a popular and eye-catching option within the 2019 bridal collections. While the sparkly shades ranged from Champagne to rose gold, it was silver that proved to be the metallic of choice for most designers.

 

Heavy Embellishments

Designers weren’t shy about covering wedding dresses in oversized, 3-d, heavy floral embellishments.

 

Statement Bows

If we had any doubt bows were here to stay, Spring 2019’s wedding dresses wiped that right out. Oversized, statement bows were everywhere, and make for a perfectly ladylike wedding day look.

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