Hottest Wedding Dress Styles Trending NOW
From statement bows and pretty shades of blue to gothic-inspired black touches, we’ve got all the hottest wedding dress trends you need to know. Read on to see some of our favorites.
It’s official: Black is the new white. If you’re looking to make a serious statement or just add a touch of edginess to your wedding day look, this is the trend for you.
Bring the drama with this frilly, ultra-feminine detail. Allover rufflles add dimension to a slim silhouette, while a full skirt of cascading ruffles (paired with a high-low hemline if you’re brave) is equal parts whimsical and fashion forward.
We love this look straight out of the Elizabethan era for two reasons: Corsets accentuate the narrowest part of your body, and sheer ones with exposed boning add some (tasteful) sex appeal. Choose a corset top with a ball gown skirt for a totally royal look, or keep it slinky and lingerie-inspired with a curve-skimming silhouette.
Shades of Blue
Pale-cornflower-blue underlays with white lace embellishments are perfect for a romantic garden wedding, while striking powder-blue ball gowns fit a royal affair.
You can’t go wrong with a timeless gown—after all, photos do last forever. Structured silhouettes and classic necklines (think: boatneck and bardot), A-line and mermaid-style gows in heavy satins and silk faille paired with retro-inspired accessories can’t go wrong.
Bows have been hot for a few seasons, but this ultra-classic detail isn’t going anywhere. Bows are bigger and better than ever. Tailored silhouettes adorned with bold, statement bows are most definitely IN.
Allover silver geometric beading gives gowns a vintage-inspired vibe, while sheaths covered in tonal beading are a more subtle take on this über-glam trend.
Make a ladylike statement with this refined accessory. Sheer, barely there gloves are a go-to for fashion-forward bride. Whether you go with a wrist-or elbow-length style, this pretty detail adds extra polish to any ensemble.