Majestic bridal styles ruled the runways at the Spring 2019 shows. From major headpieces to princessy vibes, brocade textures to minimal detailing, this season’s gown story is a showstopping one.
Majestic bridal styles ruled the runways at the Spring 2019 shows, from major headpiececs to princessy vibes.
Bows continue to reign supreme as a detail, darling. This season the bow is mostly seen on the back of the gown, finishing each bridal look in the most beautiful way.
For a bride who wants to embrace the “less is more” style philosophy, a simple white gown is the ultimate understated look. Paired with minimal to no embellishments and impeccable tailoring, the runways never looked more chi-chi.
Eclectic brides will opt for something different. Colour in all forms is trending—from pops of vibrant hues on a neutral-coloured gown to full-on blue and pink ballgowns.
This season, designers aren’t shying away from playing with bold accessories. Huge florals adorned delicate updos, while jewelled tiaras and circlets delivered royal-bridal ambience.
Chic bridal jumpsuits have taken on a stronger and more structured silhouette. Featuring bold embellishments or subtle detailing, jumpsuits are the ultimate piece for a fashion-forward bride who wants a unique look.
THE PRINCESS EFFECT
The “Meghan Effect” was definitely happening, with designers creating princess-perfect wedding dresses. Details many designers predicted the new Duchess of Sussex would wear—such as tiaras, ballgowns and long sleeves—were seen on virtually every runway.
Layers of frothy tulle and light-as-air skirts produce the ultimate dainty, gossamer bridal effect. These gowns appeared positively otherworldly as they floated down the runway.
This season sleeves were ultra-soft, mostly made of transparent fabrics like whisper-light lace and georgette, offering brides complete coverage that’s effortlessly elegant.
Ines Di Santo Romona Keveza Sareh Nouri Rivini Caroline Castigliano
Sareh Nouri Theia Romona Vera Wang
Naeem Khan MoriLee Reem Acra Theia
Vera Wang Galia Lahav Leanne Marshall