The Only Wedding Dress Trends’19 Brides Need to Know




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Fasten your seat belts, brides! It’s time for your wedding dress trends report. We’ve poured over every dress that hit the runways this Bridal Fashion Week, and the result is 9 trends your wedding dress needs to see. Ready for the only wedding dress trends you need to know about?

If you thought Kate Middleton’s wedding dress made a mark on the bridal world, you haven’t seen the Meghan Markle effect. From Theia, to Rivini, to Monique Lhuillier, and Morilee, you could feel the royal wedding‘s influence all over this Bridal Fashion Week. Tiaras, capes, and sharp pantsuits (hello Meghan Markle’ssignature style!), all gave us serious royal wedding vibes.
There were also sexy plunging necklines, contrasted with modest (dare we say Victorian) high neck and long sleeve styles, and just a hint of lavender to give us a bit of color this season.




Getting married in 2019? Scroll through for the only wedding dress trends you need to see.

Courtesy of Theia

Royal Wedding Fever

Looks like we’re not the only ones suffering from royal wedding mania. Meghan Markle hasn’t even walked down the aisle yet, and we’re already seeing her effect on bridal fashion. From glittering tiaras, to regal styles that felt very similar to some of history’s most iconic royal brides, most of the collections we saw had something fit for a princess.

Above: Wedding dress by Theia

Greg Kessler for Kessler Studio

Wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier




Courtesy of Theia

Wedding dress by Theia

Courtesy of Oleg Cassini for David’s Bridal

Wedding dress by Oleg Cassini for David’s Bridal

Dan Lecca

Wedding dress by Morilee by Madeline Gardner

Courtesy of Reem Acra

Wedding dress by Reem Acra

Photo by Sarra Fleur

Wedding dress by Anne Barge

Courtesy of Romona Keveza

Wedding dress by Romona Keveza

Taylor Jewell

Wedding Jumpsuits

Like bows, jumpsuits have become part of the bridal vernacular. Sweet pants are no longer just for courthouse weddings, with many brides opting to change into a reception outfit, and going for a chic, modern jumpsuits.

Above: Wedding pantsuit by Lela Rose

Courtesy of Naeem Khan

Bridal jumpsuit by Naeem Khan

Courtesy of Viktor & Rolf

Bridal jumpsuit by Mariage Viktor & Rolf

Courtesy of Danielle Frankel

Wedding dress by Danielle Frankel

© DAN AND CORINA LECCA

Jumpsuit by Mira Zwillinger

Dan Lecca

Jumpsuit by Gracy Accad

Courtesy of Rivini by Rita Vinieris

Jumpsuit by Rivini by Rita Vinieris

Courtesy of Rivini by Rita Vinieris

Jumpsuit by Rivini by Rita Vinieris

TAWFICKESPRIELLA

Jumpsuit by Francesca Miranda

Masato Onoda

Jumpsuit by Wtoo by Watters

Courtesy of Galia Lahav

Jumpsuit by Gala by Galia Lahav

Courtesy of Alexandra Grecco

Jumpsuit by Alexandra Grecco

Courtesy of Amsale

Clean and Simple

This season’s minimal aesthetic felt like an homage to Amsale Aberra. Clean lines, simple tailoring, and just a hint of 90s nostalgia had us falling in love with these gowns.

Above: Wedding dress by Amsale

Courtesy of Jenny Packham

Wedding dress by Jenny Packham

Courtesy of Reem Acra

Wedding dress by Reem Acra

Courtesy of Theia

Wedding dress by Theia

Dan Lecca

Wedding dress by Gracy Accad

© DAN AND CORINA LECCA

Wedding dress by Justin Alexander

Masato Onoda

Wedding dress by Willowby by Watters

Mock Turtlenecks

While the naked dress still found its way into many collections, a more modest aesthetic reigned supreme at almost every collection. Mock turtlenecks were everywhere this season, from modern and sleek at Monique Lhuillier, to in full on lace at Reem Acra.

Above: Wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier

Courtesy of Reem Acra

Wedding dress by Reem Acra

Dan Lecca

Wedding dress by Gracy Accad

Courtesy of Amsale

Wedding dress by Amsale

Courtesy of Allison Webb

Wedding dress by Allison Webb

Courtesy of Viktor & Rolf

Wedding dress by Mariage Viktor & Rolf

Courtesy of Elizabeth Fillmore

Wedding dress by Elizabeth Fillmore