ROYAL RUN­WAY

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.

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Ma­jes­tic bridal styles ruled the run­ways at the Spring 2019 shows, from ma­jor head­piececs to princessy vibes.

BACK BOWS

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.

MIN­I­MAL­IST DE­TAILS

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.

UN­CON­VEN­TIONAL COLOUR

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.

MA­JOR HEADPIECES

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.

JUMP­SUITS

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.

ETHE­REAL VIBES

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.

IL­LU­SION SLEEVES

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

Lela Rose

Naeem Khan MoriLee Reem Acra Theia

Vera Wang Galia Lahav Leanne Mar­shall

Mira Zwill­inger

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