5 Major Bridal Trends for Fall 2019, From Minis to Minimalism

Sounds the wedding bells! Another Bridal Week has come and gone, and we’ve got the Fall 2019 trend report you’ve been waiting for! Of course, we spotted our perennial favorites-florals, lace, ruffles, you get the idea – but this season, designers mixed in some refreshing left-fielders. Here are the top five hottest Fall 2019 trends you can look forward to this year!

Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve

Brides, Fall 2019 is all about statement sleeves! Galia Lahav served up voluminous balloon sleeves; Zuhair Murad added puffs of lace and tulle; Viktor & Rold’s ruffled tulle sleeves gave us a touch of Victoriana. The upside? With so much focus on your gown, you can downplay your veil or skip it altogether.

Minimalism to the Max

The Meghan Markle effects are in full swing! For brides looking for a pared-down gown with clean lines and minimum fuss, look to labels like Amsale, Carolina Herrera, and Cushnie for all the inspiration you need. And expect to see a slew of classic, high-neck halter gowns that nod to the Stella McCartney dress the Duchess of Sussex wore to her reception. If you already have a look in mind, this style would translate well for your bridesmaids.

Embellish Every Detail

Embellishments are a bridal staple, but this year designers pulled out all the stops, from floral appliques to feathers. Don’t be afraid to go for a head-to-toe look; just keep your accessories and your shoes simple to balance it all out. Some of our favorite statement gowns were seen at Reem Acra, Ines Di Santo, and Alexandra Grecco. Take your pick!

The Long and Short of It

Every moment is an Instagram opportunity, so designers are offering looks for every wedding occasion, from the engagement party to the bridal shower to the rehearsal dinner. The most popular version is the bridal mini dress, seen on the runways of Elie Saab, Vera Wang, Naeem Khan, and Viktor & Rolf.

Caped Crusader

If veils just aren’t your cup of tea, consider a full-length bridal cape or a shorter capelet. It adds movement and a regal element to your gown during your ceremony, and you can remove it when you hit the dance floor at your reception. Look to designers like Ines Di Santo, Berta, and Reem Acra.

 

For all the latest bridal trends you need to know now, check out the 2019 Great Bridal Expo Fashion Show and stop by a Great Bridal Expo show near you.

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