Written by: Neamat ElTouby
As we end this year’s wedding season and roll into the new one, we can only hope to see you all flaunt the exceptional new trends available. Put the traditional wedding gown away, and focus on the new and improved pants, sleeves, and embellishments.
Bringing back the 90’s trend of puffy sleeves and epulets, 2019 . Monique Lhuiller, Marchesa, Berta, and Sebastien Luke are giving us the inspiration to try out the not-so dated trend.
Dissing on this trend is well over-due. For 2019, short A-lines are definitely a design you should consider if done right. Sareh Nouri is one of the many designers who chose to risk with this silhouette helping us explore our options further.
Quite an unconventional trend we must say, but one that is dominating the bridal runway. Substituting the typical bridal pouffy dress and the tulle underlay with a simple pantsuit decorated with substantial embellishments and sparkles will do the deal.
Capes and Overlays
Overlays are back in bridal and are here to stay! It’s practical to create a simple overlay for your dress when you choose a chilly date or venue by the beach. Not only that, but it gives a modest touch to the dress you’ve been dying to wear – if you need one, and sets an authentic mood to your look as a whole.
Sparkle Glitter and more Sparkle!
Runways are shining in the SS19 collections for both evening dresses and bridal wear. From Versace and Paraul Gurung to Galia Lahav and Lazaro, sparkles are taking bridal fashion one thread at a time!
Nope, tears are not only meant for your tasteful cake, but for a tasteful gown as well. If you’re looking for an eccentric gown with a lot of drama, experimenting with tears is a great option. Layering out fabric is easy to hide what you may think are flaws, as well as dramatize your look if you plan on an understated wedding. Surely focusing all eyes where you want them to be, on you.
Who said that stars are made for children’s clothes? Celestial bridal fashion is an absolute way to become the center of your day, other than being the bride of course!