Lights, camera, fashion! The search for that perfect wedding gown is never easy – that's why we're bringing you the hottest and latest trends fresh off the runways of Spring 2017 Bridal Fashion Week. From dramatic capes to pretty pastels and menswear-inspired bridal looks, get your dose of sartorial inspiration right here. Who knows? You might just find the dress of your dreams right here...
No veils necessary! Superhero strength meets ethereal elegance for one of the biggest trends of Bridal Fashion Week: capes. Made from delicate, flowing chiffon or trimmed with intricate lace, fluttering capes made their appearance on the runways of Naeem Khan, Marchesa, Vera Wang, and Temperley London to stunning effect.
Wedding wear takes a modern turn with streamlined jumpsuits reigning the runways of Bridal Fashion Week. Perfect for the fuss-free bride, these chic one-piece wonders (as seen from designers like Elie Saab, Lela Rose, and Monique Lhuillier) are the epitome of easy elegance and nonchalant style. We approve.
Short & sweet
Move over, LBD. Designers are now shining the spotlight on the bridal trend du jour: the Little White Dress. Short, sweet, and definitely chic, LWDs were aplenty at Bridal Fashion Week with a myriad different styles – ranging from Christian Siriano's 1960's prom-style frocks to pretty tea-length dresses at Oscar de la Renta and Temperley London.
Nothing beats a classic white wedding gown – but it looks like pretty pastels will be the new bridal trend for 2017. Want to add a pop of colour to your nuptials? Look to designers like Naeem Khan and Jenny Packham for bridal gowns in sugary-sweet hues of mint, lavender, peach, and blush pink.
Unconventional but undoubtedly outstanding, black bridal gowns made a surprise appearance at Bridal Fashion Week – and proved that black will always be in vogue. We can't decide which we loved best: Naeem Khan's over-the-top gypsy-style stunner or Houghton's Morticia Addams-inspired creation that would certainly appeal to rebellious brides with a penchant for drama.