Trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week 2017

May 8, 2017 in

We’ve scoured the runways for the most glam trends of 2017 Bridal Fashion Week

THE best time of year- Bridal Fashion Week! Our lovely designers debuted their newest collections and it is like CHRISTMAS. From elegant sleeves, to out of this world beading, to laces like you’ve never seen, you will not be disappointed. Keep reading for our top picks of the trends dominating New York Bridal Fashion Week.

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Sleeves

One theme was clear through out all of our designers – sleeves are back and better than ever. Want coverage without sacrificing detail? A thicker lace (like the Leanne Marshall) does just the trick! I mean, look at that lace pattern!! For a summer wedding, try a full illusion sleeve with lace applique (check out the Tara Keely). The light weight fabric won’t trap heat and still gives the illusion of a full sleeve.

Blooming

One of the biggest trends at NYBFW was taken straight from nature. From floral lace to 3D flowers, botanical elements were seen all over the runways. This whimsical look is perfect for a spring/summer wedding. Designs tend to be lightweight and playful in nature. Does this trend get anyone else even more excited for peony season??

Alternative Necklines

While the sweetheart and “V” still hold true as the most popular necklines, we saw some newer necklines grow in popularity this season. Higher necklines with a twist, like the Tara Keely and Hayley Paige, offer some interest closer to the face while keeping it sassy with a deeper plunge. The Leanne Marshall keeps it clean and classic with a “reverse racerback” look.

Geometric Elements

These designers are bringing a modern update to classic silhouettes with geometric patterns and design elements. Modern Trousseau’s “Lockheart” gown is traditional beauty with an unexpected fabric choice. It definitely is coming to The Gown Shop Ann Arbor! We can get on board with all of these angular options.

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