Each fall, top bridal designers gather in New York City for the unveiling of their latest collection. Think MBFW week but with a wedding industry twist. It’s a fashion extravaganza filled with lace and tulle and the prettiest dresses you can imagine, all ready-to-wear for brides across the world.
And this year? Well, I think it’s safe to say the designers brought their A-game.
From the ever-popular off-the-shoulder look to bridal jumpsuits gone totally chic, we’re recapping a few of our favorite trends that hit the runway as inspiration for your own big day under the chuppah.
This look is having a major moment all across the fashion industry so it’s no surprise off-the-shoulder cuts have made their way into bridal. With just the right balance of sexy yet modest, opting for bare shoulders just might be the ultimate statement for the fashion-forward bride.
For the bride who’s not afraid to break with tradition, take cues from the runways and ditch the dress entirely. Top designers like Monique Lhuillier and Lela Rose included a pants look in their collections, making sleek attire for the engagement party, wedding day, or any event in between.
For years, strapless gowns ruled the bridal world but these days it seems sleeves are here to stay. Whether they’re designed with delicate lace or intricate applique, we can’t get enough of this timeless style for the classic bride. Bonus! This is one trend that’s synagogue approved.
Have a favorite look? Tell us in the comments what you’ll be wearing for your modern Jewish wedding day!
Designer Credits: Off-the-Shoulder: Anne Barge (image 1), Monique Lhuillier (image 2) Ines di Santo (image 3)//Pantsuits: Monique Lhuillier (image 1), Lela Rose (image 2), Naeem Khan (image 3)//Long Sleeves: Pronovias (image 1), Naeem Khan (image 2), Lela Rose(image 3),