If you’re ready to tie the knot in 2018, then you are in luck because, as always, we are here for you. Providing you with the latest trends to make your wedding day even more special than it already is.
With the start of the new year, we’ve decided to made you a list of the 2018 wedding dress trends to ease up the process of saying ‘yes’ to the dress.
Take a glance at these wedding dress trends:
Bows, bows, bows
Bows have been popular in wedding gowns for quite a few seasons, this year bows are still in but the only difference is that they are bigger and bigger! So, we are not just talking about a small bow on the back of the dress, we are talking about a bow that wows. Designers this season have incorporated bold oversized bows to make a wowing entrance for each bride.
Oscar de la Renta
Lakum, Carolina Hererra, Zuhair Murad, Sachin & Babi
Who wears the pants?
The 2018 bride have the option of wearing the pants on her big day. There’s no reason to fear being different and standing out. This year, designers have come up with elegant beautiful pantsuit and jumpsuit gowns to the needs of unique brides.
Rime Arodaky, Ines Di Santo
The accessorized bride
Sparky accessories were a key item in this season bridal runways. For brides who want to go bold and big on their special day, statement jewelry is the way to go.
We absolutely love this 2018 trend, designers this year have come up with a gorgeous way to incorporate 3D-cut florals with wedding gowns.
Oscar de la Renta
Although many brides refuse the idea of wearing gowns with sleeves, this year designers have designed gowns with statement sleeves. Whether you are a bride that would go for puffed, bell shaped, spilt or sheer sleeves, you will find them it in this season’s gowns.
Capelets are small capes that usually cover the shoulders. These are a perfect solution for modest brides who are looking for an elegant cover-up.
Bohemian weddings are still an ongoing trend. For those looking to have a simple laid-back wedding and looking for a dress to match it, his 2018 trend is for you. Inspired by the dreamcatcher; this trend has extra flowy fabrics, crochets patterns and feathers all in check.