Fashion Trend from Bridal Week Fall 2017
Looking at the gowns from Bridal Week Fall 2017 give us this tingling temptation of getting married. Even for those who already has a ring on their fingers, there's no harm imaging ourselves walking down the aisle in those stunning gowns. Whether you are getting married next year or not, all of us can agree that these gowns are nothing but magical. The designers are so talented at their crafts which sometimes make us believe as though they are mind readers. We'd love to extend our gratitudes to these designers on behalf of all the girls in the world for their wonderful creations and collection.
Some designers were inspired from the last season, hence there were quite a number of florals and coloured gowns. Some reinvented the classic motives and silhouttes paving way for these big dramatic bows and ultra minimalist designs with a touch of avant-garde appeal.
Here we have rounded up to 8 of the biggest trend for next year bridal fashion. Sit back, relax and get inspired.
Oscar da la Renta // Inbal Dror // Alon Livne´ White
Cape game is strong
We first saw capes on wedding gowns a couple seasons back. However, the cape is here to stay. Be it simple and romantic with floral applique, or dramatic over-the-top embroidery, this will make the head turns. The lovely capes are detachable and is useful for brides who love variations throughout their wedding ceremony. With the capes on, the elegant bride walks down the aisle with a more formal look like a gorgeous princess. With the capes off, it is great for receptions as it allows more room for movements for the bride to mingle around.
Temperley // Naeem Khan // Marchesa
Florals on wedding gowns may sound common, but not for these awesome looking ones. The designers have this sense of creative aesthetics of spreading the flowers like an artist with a paintbrush. The designers took it to the next level with more 3D-embellishment and embroidery. Sounds cheesy? Well, have a look and you'll know why floral gowns are here to stay.
Sachin & Babi // Inbal Dror // Caroline Herrera
Layers and ruffles
If fashion week were a contest, surely the ruffles look will bring home the prize for being the most used on gowns this season. It is not just something fun and energetic, it also brings a romantic and boho vibe to add more character to the gowns. Ruffles not only looks good on the skirts, but some designers went wild around the neckline and sleeves too and we have to agree with them that it does look pretty good.
Maggie Sottero // Alon Livne´ White // Marchesa
Romantic Off The Shoulder
This is one of our favourite trends from last season, and it seems like it has landed again this season. Off shoulders used to be the symbol of sexiness, but now it is a chic fashion trend with a strong feminine touch. It could be your next favourite piece. With a peek of the shoulder and collarbone, it blurred the lines between the sweet innocent and sexy flirty.
Inbal Dror // Sareh Nouri // Alon Livne´ White
If you recall, lace sleeves were huge a couple years back, thanks to Kate Middleton. It used to be a lovely and simple addition to the wedding gown sleeve but now has evolved into something even more. We spotted a few bell sleeves and puffy bishop sleeves in sheer. Some sleeves came with exaggerated fringes and captivating 3D embellishment. It is also good to keep warm during autumn and winter.
Oscar de la Renta // Viktor Rolf // Caroline Herrera
Bows, be it big or small
Bows are not something new, but this is. We've seen it in all sorts of accessories and fashion pieces, never have we thought that it could look this good at this size. Huge bows adds personality to a whole new level. Literally, we mean it. You can wrap it on your shoulder, tie a knot on your back, twist some little bows on your waist or head, the possibilities are endless but the beauty stays timeless.
Inbal Dror //Yolan Cris // Francesca Miranda
Touch of Gold
In spring, some brides appear in colourful gowns, namely green or pink. Surprisingly, warm and divine gold gowns shines like sunlight in the fall. Gold can be applied on the entire gown like royalty or as an embellishment highlight that brings out a more down to earth look.
Legends by Romona Keveza // Sareh Nouri // Caroline Herrera
Brides who enjoys simplicity and believes in the concept of 'Less is More', this is your lucky day. With the trends of loud and over-dramatic decors and embellishments in the past few seasons, the rise of clean lines and sleek columns may just be the next big thing.
Cover Image: Oscar de la Renta // Inbal Dror // Yolan Cris