11 Elegant Wedding Dress Collections from Fall 2018 Bridal Fashion Week[[ 1509652800 * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'll']] | 3,317 views
Weddings have become more than just tradition as these days, future brides seek to convey their personality through the aesthetic aspects of their wedding, one of which is the wedding dress. These days, the appeal of a wedding dress no longer lies on a full-beaded ball gown skirt, instead on a sense of lightness that brings comfort for the bride herself to seize the moment. To serve the purpose, many designers have implemented certain techniques that can create such airy gowns without abandoning the sparkle and glamour behind.
All these creations were showcased together on the Fall/Winter Bridal Fashion Week 2018 and after looking at the 11 collections, we're sure wedding dress designers out there will be inspired to sketch dresses for all kinds of brides. Scroll on below and feast your eyes!
The duo designers conveyed a sense of softness to this collection with a bit of sensuality here and there. Thus, the intricate beadings and floral appliqués in their A-line gowns would be a perfect match for a classic ballroom wedding. Meanwhile, the simplicity in their minimalistic gowns would instill the perfect amount of sexiness with the plunging necklines. For your brides aiming to flaunt their figure or look elegant with romantic silhouettes, this collection from Badgley Mischka will inspire you.
Enchanting as always. Elie Saab yet again features natural elements into the collection, this time adding modern embellishment to perfect the bridal look. Silver sequins and metallic threads were stitched to the floral and leaf patterns, making the dresses more luxurious yet remaining suitable for an outdoor festivity. Besides the beautiful dresses, the focal point of the collection definitely lies on the cape too. With intricate hand-embellishments carefully woven to the delicate garment, wearing such capes would make every bride stand out throughout the occasion. Besides, what can be a better alternative from the traditional veil?
A bohemian spirit that is stitched upon luxurious material has been brought to life. This Salvadorian designer successfully conveyed elegance for any traditional brides who are also looking for a comfortable alternative for their wedding dress. Incorporating detachable capes to the floor-length dresses, we thought it's safe to finally bid goodbye to long trains. The perfect new trend for a winter wedding, do you agree?
Embracing intricate embroidery and layers of ruffled-skirts, Hailey Paige, who is known for her youthful spirit, showcases two different styles in her latest collection. Dreamy white dresses that are meant for the wedding day and playful cocktail dresses perfect for an engagement or after-party event. If your client is planning a casual wedding, however, take inspiration from the floral dress that features long fringe detailing on its skirt. Even though it looks simple, wearing something like this would definitely leave a statement.
Sequins all over airy lace and tulle skirt would be the statement for the entire collection as the Israeli designer's philosophy was to make the brides feel like a shining star. It's hard not to take a second look at these alluring see-through dresses. Not to mention their deep V-neck detail that is so sophisticated, perfect for all fashion-forward brides who are looking to flaunt their curves with a modern edge.
Soft lace and ruffles clearly dominate the latest line from Marchesa. As a result of this clever combination, its dimensional structure forms such a lively vibe that will accentuate brides with carefree personality. For those who are not a fan of the usual floor-sweeping gowns, the knee-length dress with puff sleeves would instantly set an edgy vibe.
Wedding gowns don't always need shimmer or embellishment to look beautiful. At least, that's what we learn Monique Lhuillier's collection. While the overall look may convey modern simplicity, there's also a traditional inclusion of lace and classic silhouettes. The designer also notice several changes in the bridal industry, in which today's brides opt for a modifiable dress instead of changing into a second dress. Therefore, the removable sleeves and detachable capes give us yet another reason to love her creations.
For all boho brides-to-be, a festive feeling wouldn't be complete without little fringes, floral appliqués, and a pop of color. Pursuing a different cultural nuance in his collection, Khan's take in varying the traditional white wedding dress inspires us to make a more modern statement. Also catching our eyes are the models' accessories. With flowers crowning the head and metal ear pieces with tassels cascading down the sides of their faces, we truly think this look would suit any bride planning her very own Bohemian wedding.
The classic A-line silhouette highlights these ensembles from Reem Acra. As it features such intricate thread works on see-through materials, the collection leaves a romantic impression and mood. Other than the beautiful bridal ensembles, we set our eyes particularly on the olive green gown. It's demure appliqués covers and reveals just the right amount of skin while the see-through skirt provides elegance and allure all at the same time. An elegant piece fit for any occasion!
Discover contemporary aesthetic through the English designer's latest bridal collection. We particularly adore the mix of sheer fabric and lace that illuminates certain body feature. Savannah also puts a lot of thought when applying the clean look on her creations to ensure it will be applicable for those who are aiming for something classic in a curve-hugging silhouette. Our favorite is definitely the one with see through sleeves, so dreamy and elegant.
Whether it's a simple backless white dress or a romantic lace in bohemian aesthetic, the recent bridal collection of Temperley London has it all. Ranging from sheath to A-line silhouettes, the designer herself wants her collection to fit all wedding themes at once. The all lace wedding dress with bell sleeves would be a perfect inspiration for a Bohemian-inspired wedding, while the one with floral embroideries would be highly suitable for brides having an intimate garden wedding.
Of all the dresses seen above, which ones inspired you to start sketching up a few dresses already? Share your favorite designs right on the comment box below!