The Best Wedding Trends From New York Bridal Fashion Week: Part 3

by Belle the Magazine

It’s time for Part 3 of the Best Wedding Trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week! In this installment, you will find classic and romantic trends for a timeless wedding day look.

Bold Ball Gowns

Talk about a dramatic entrance! A major trend we noticed on the runways this season was skirts with extra hints of volume, like asymmetric tiers of stain and layers upon layers of tulle.

WToo by Watters

David’s Bridal

Anne Barge

Ines Di Santo

Justin Alexander Signature

Maggie Sottero Designs

Madison James

Bows

This season, bows are taking new and unique forms that feel less girly and a lot more sophisticated, modern and structural.

Allure Bridals

Allure Bridals

Allure Bridals

Amsale

Amsale

Anne Barge

Jenny Yoo

Botanical

Designers have traded in basic floral lace for vine shimmery appliqués, delicate wildflower prints and 3-D blooming accents. From boho to classic, this cool-girl way to pull off florals adds dimension and texture to any wedding dress silhouette.

Watters

Allure Couture

Willow by Watters

David’s Bridal

Morilee

Mock Necks

Plunging necklines have been trending for a while, and even though we love a deep-v, we understand that this neckline might not be for everyone. So, if you’re looking for an alternative, a mock neckline is your answer. From halters to turtlenecks, designers are embracing the trend and incorporating it in many different ways.

David’s Bridal

Justin Alexander Signature

Allure Bridals

Morilee

Allure Bridals

Pastels

In part 2, we talked about dramatic black gowns, but 2019 is also about vibrant yet romantic options for the daring brides. Check out these multi-color dresses we’re loving!

Ines Di Santo

Willow by Watters

Maggie Sottero Designs

Ines Di Santo

Willow by Watters

Allure Bridals

Maggie Sottero Designs

Ines Di Santo

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