Wedding Dress Trends 2019

Bridal Trends of 2019 are finally here with a stunning outreach. Inspired by the ’80s and ’90s, weddings are bringing back a sense of nostalgia. Every bride wants to look the best on her wedding day and indeed every bride should get a chance to shine when she walks down the aisle, Mesmerizing with a sparkle in her eyes indicating her joy. And to achieve this, the perfect outfit is the only way. From lace and flowers to fancy short numbers with sneakers, here are 6 wedding trends you need to know about.

Statement Sleeves

The puffy, huge sleeve is currently among the top wedding trends. This 80’s inspired idea portrays a fairy-tale and boho-chic vibe, especially when paired with off-shouldered, form-fitting silhouettes.

Simplicity at its best

The Meghan Markle inspired plain white boat neck dresses are almost every girl’s dream. The dress worn by the Duchess of Sussex on her wedding in 2018 is still a very prominent and desirable style in 2019.

Lacey Silhouettes and Flowers

Flower Laces covered bodices and skirts are currently the highest ranked wedding trends and are seen quite often supporting formfitting silhouettes with plunging or V necklines. Geometrical laces help in showing off your body contours, extenuating the body figure.

Short and Sweet

Looking for something perfect for an outdoor party? Well, short wedding dresses are definitely a go to. These cute ensembles paired with customized bridal sneakers are definitely going to steal hearts.

Power Capes

Are you in need of something that will make you stand out from all the other brides in town? Go for a beautiful lace or embroidered mesh capes over the wedding dress instead of the mainstream veil. Along with a magnificent tiara or headpiece, one can easily pull off this glamorous look.

Bride in Pants

Not into dresses? Well, we’ve got you all covered. Tailored white suit pants paired with fancy lace tops, emit classy and chic vibes, and not to mention extremely comfortable yet gorgeous ensembles. This new trend not only gives a sense of uniqueness but also promotes variation in clothing usually worn by brides.