The 13 hottest wedding dress trends this year

Kleinfeld dressesThe INSIDER Summary:

  • Bridal fashion is always evolving.
  • INSIDER consulted Mara Urshel, co-owner of Kleinfeld Bridal, as well as several wedding planners to find out what’s trending in bridal fashion this year.
  • Top trends include three-dimensional elements, illusion necklines, and off-the-shoulder dresses.

Just like everyday fashion, wedding dress styles are constantly changing.

INSIDER consulted Mara Urshel, co-owner of Kleinfeld Bridal — the famous boutique featured on the TV show, “Say Yes to the Dress” — to find out what’s hot in bridal fashion right now. We also asked several wedding planners for the bridal trends they’re seeing more of this year.

Here’s what fashion-forward brides are wearing to walk down the aisle.

SEE ALSO: Here’s what every wedding will look like in 2017

DON’T MISS: 31 beautiful photos of traditional wedding dresses from around the world

FOLLOW US: INSIDER is on Facebook

Three-dimensional elements

More brides are wearing dresses with three-dimensional elements, according to Urshel.

Wedding planner Amy Shey Jacobs of Chandelier Events told INSIDER it’s a big trend among her brides, pointing to designers using 3-D elements, like Marchesa. Jacobs said she’s seeing the trend take form in “flutters of petals or flowers.”

“The 3-D textural elements in wedding gowns is a trend I don’t see going away anytime soon,” she said. “It’s a really romantic beautiful look.”

Bold florals

Flowers are such a big part of the 3-D textural trend that they qualify as a trend themselves. 

Wedding planner Amy Katz of Amy Katz Events identified bold florals as a huge trend in bridal fashion, with more brides going for dresses with statement floral details.

Illusion necklines

Illusion necklines are everywhere right now, according to renowned wedding planner Colin Cowie.

By combining sheer material with lace, gowns with an illusion neckline look like they’re sleeveless from a distance. The eye-drawing neckline also combines classic and modern, making delicate details look more fashion-forward.

See the rest of the story at INSIDER


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s