Mini Hemlines, Bow Details & 3 Other Amazing Wedding Dress Trends

After more than two years Zoom weddings and small local gatherings due to the pandemic, wedding dress trends have adapted to large, personal events that return. As a result, bridal trends is no longer cut off and limited to minis or simple silhouettes like slip dresses. Instead, they are now beginning to channel the opulence and glamor traditionally associated with weddings. Bridal designers takes a maximalist stance to meet the moment and creates extravagant styles that pack allure and drama for brides-to-be.

During New York’s bridal fashion week, lace cutouts, voluminous dresses and dramatic trains and veils reigned supreme. The latest bridal designs are as chic as they are grandiose, with intricate details such as floral appliqu├ęs, oversized bows, beaded and fringe-adorned veils, bodices and drapes. These sumptuous decorations prove that the influence of popular period dramas such as “Bridgerton“and”The Gilded Age” is clearly visible on the bridal runway. One-shoulder dresses are set to become a favorite silhouette for the upcoming wedding season, with brands like THEIA introducing asymmetrical silhouettes that incorporate unexpected details like cutouts and gilded embellishments.

In some cases, designers combined two or more of these trends for maximum visual impact. Case in point: Mira Zwillinger’s sheer one-shoulder embellished dress is a multi-technique masterclass in stitching. Elsewhere, some wedding dresses favor short hemlines over conventional ones, especially with THEIA’s festive fringes or Costarellos’ off-the-shoulder mini designs.

Regardless of your personal style, today’s brides have plenty of inspiration to choose from. Read on for the six best bridal trends from the spring 2023 collection:

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