Trends From Fall Bridal Fashion Week 2016

New York Fashion week has come and gone and left of us with tons of fashion inspiration for the upcoming year. The inspiration doesn’t stop there because New York’s Bridal Market, which is the wedding industry’s version of fashion week, went super hard this weekend. Lucky for you, you don’t have to wait till this weekend to learn all about the new trends we’ll be seeing Spring 2017. Thanks to Brides  and Loverly we’ve got the inside scoop for you on the upcoming trends going down at bridal fashion week 2016.

Dress by Galia Lahav 

At some point long trains stopped being the “thing,” but we are so glad they are making a come back. There’s nothing more statement making than a long train. After all, it’s your day and your big moment you mine as well do it up!

Dress by Monique Lhuillier

Slip Style
If this isn’t the perfect dress for the warm months of late spring and summer weddings? And there’s something about the slip style that’s just so classic. We think this dress is perfect for the bride who wants a effortless and easy breezy look on her wedding day but still wants to wow her crowd.  This is also a fantastic option as a second dress or reception dress.

Photo from Brides, Dress by Hayley Paige

Color (Blue)
For awhile now color has been a thing and we’ve seen all shades of pink/blush and black/gray go down the runway. So, we’e pretty excited to see a new color come down the runway. We’re envisioning a romantic, winter wonderland themed wedding with a bride wearing this icy blue dress down the isle! Breath taking, right?!

Photo from US Weekly, Dress by Ashi

High Low
This look has been everywhere and most recently it was worn by Whitney Port, so we don’t see this dress style going anywhere anytime soon and we’re not mad at that. This dress couldn’t be more perfect for the bride who wants a different look but isn’t ready to fully commit to a shorter dress.

Photo from Vogue by Marchesa

Multi Look/Detachable Skirt
Want two dresses, but is only one dress in the budget? Don’t you worry babe, we got you covered on this one. The multi-look gown is just for you because multi look gowns allow you to get the best of both worlds with their removable skirts. You can walk down the isle with a gorgeous and full skirt and head into your reception without it and have a totally different look!

A few other trends that shouldn’t go without mentioning are: beautifully beaded gowns that are very vintage inspired, the pant suit dress and dresses with strong geometric structure. Be on the look out for these trends next year!

What dress trends are you hoping to see this coming spring?

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