October's New York Bridal Fashion Week presented to the world the hottest wedding dress trends for 2017. Bridal fashion is where clothing design and art meet tradition, and it never ceases to amaze me. From bows to sleeves, here are a few of my favorites looks that I think we'll be seeing everywhere this year!
Nope, it's not going anywhere anytime soon. Blush is still hot, hot, hot. Consider yourself a classic bride? Maybe you don't see yourself in blush, and that's A-OK. If you're the type of girl who doesn't mind being the center of attention, a non-white wedding dress just might be for you. If you're somewhere in the middle, blush is a great compromise. It's airy, romantic, and downright lovely.
This just might be my favorite of all the hot new looks. Bows bring a dose of femininity and a demure vibe to any wedding dress, no matter how modern. Whether it's a huge, focal-point in the back or a dainty one at the waist, bows will be everywhere. I'm not mad about it.
Really want to make a statement? Wear a cape. Channel your inner super hero and embrace this bridal trend that will certainly leave all of your guests talking. Lace, satin, or even tulle, no matter the fabric, you'll definitely turn heads.
Make a statement leaving a room with an interesting back. This trend came on the scene a few years ago and I'm so happy that it has some staying power. Lace ups, buttons galore, or even a giant bow (see above!), an interesting back will mean your wedding dress will leave a lasting impression.
One Shoulder Necklines
Party on the left, business on the right. A one shoulder neckline screams glamour. But depending on the style of the dress, it can work on a boho bride just as well as it can on a classic princess. I dare you to give it a try. You just might fall in love.
You can thank Kate Middleton for this one. Ever since her wedding, sleeves are all over the place. Cap, short, or even long, sleeves are classic and feminine. The look of sleeves can even be created with a shrug or capelet. A perfect alternative for fall and winter brides who want to party later!
What trend do you love? Any that you dislike? Will you be wearing any of them on your wedding day? Comment below!