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THE TOP BRIDAL TRENDS FOR 2021

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As usual, many new trends have appeared this season. Some weren’t new, for instance, classic silhouettes, others were unexpected and new. From large bows to modest dresses with bare backs and ribbons adorned shoulders. This season’s collection of wedding dress trends reflects the current climate (the minimalism associated with micro weddings and the flexibility), offering us a truly stylish experience.

FASHIONISTA singled out the top bridal trends for Fall 2021:

  1. FANTASTICAL BALLGOWNS

Japanese fashion designer Tomo Koizumi worked with retailer Treat Maison to create a capsule of fantastic ballgowns. Galia Lahav takes inspiration from world famous ballerinas to create dimensional tutu layers. Halfpenny London illustrates its out-of-this-world theme with a space cage applique dress. In addition, the ultra-glamorous Los Angeles-based Kynah’s bridal collection features wonderful embroidery and flowing ball gown skirts for South Asian weddings.

A look from the Tomo Koizumi for Treat Maison Spring 2021 Bridal collection

2

A look from Galia Lahav Couture Fall 2021 collection

  1. STREAMLINED GLAMOUR

Minimalism became strong over the course of several wedding seasons (probably also thanks to Meghan Markle). But streamlined options make sense right now, especially for mini weddings, social distance outdoor ceremonies, and post-wedding celebrations. But clean doesn’t mean simple. Rather, expect to see sumptuous fabrics (charmeuse silk, crepe and mikado) and intricate details such as the curved low waistline and perfect pleats from Valentine Avoh, the sophisticated 3D Savanna Miller’s beading and sculpted mermaid silhouette and deep V-neck from Amsale.

3

A look from the Valentine Avoh Sunset Boulevard collection

4A look from the Dreams by Lihi Hod Fall 2021 collection

  1. ROMANTIC JOURNEYS

Miller studies the British medieval mythology of Lady of the Lake. Los Angeles-based company Odylyne the Ceremony is redefining films such as Dracula and Crimson Peak to create their classy Gothic Vampira collection. Valentin Avoh guides Old Hollywood through Sunset Boulevard. France, meanwhile, remains a popular source of design inspiration: Gracy Acaad travels to Versailles, Marchesa studies 17th century French design philosophy, and BHLDN travels to Paris.

7A look from the BHLDN Spring 2021 collection

8A look from the Gracy Accad Fall 2021 collection

  1. FAIRY TALE FLORALS

Nature motifs thrive in 2021 collections. Naeem Khan, Mira Zwillinger turns to fairy tales for their dresses, and Eisen-Stein, Elie Saab and Alexandra Greco interpret fabulous flowers and gardens.

 

12A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

200 A look from the Elie Saab 2021 Bridal Collection

  1. WEATHER-PROOF LAYERING

Bridal layering options provide garment protection in the unpredictable 2021 planning landscape. A removable shrug at Eisen-Stein or a Victorian lace crop top at Elizabeth Fillmore adds a flair  plus helps to adapt to a cooler wedding date. Of course, a cape adds warmth and drama, especially if covered with embroidery, embellishments and layers of tulle.01A look from the Elizabeth Fillmore Fall 2021 collection

03A look from the Lu.look 2021 collection

  1. EXAGGERATED PUFF SLEEVES

Puffy sleeves from past seasons will become even more oversized for fall 2021. Designers love playing with size, shape and length.

04A look from the Vivienne Westwood Fall 2021 Bridal Collection

06A look from the Justin Alexander Signature Fall 2021 collection

  1. DREAMY CAP SLEEVES

The classic, barely noticeable cap sleeve takes on all the shapes of fall 2021 with delicate lace, flowing sheer organza and lush floral appliqués.

102A look from the Marchesa Fall 2021 collection

103

A look from the DANOVNA 2021 Charm collection

  1. UNEXPECTED ASYMMETRY

Fashion is a reflection of our time, so the prevalence of intricate, complex asymmetries in future collections is clearly traced. Designers creatively embody aesthetics with stunning bias draperies, mesmerizing variations on the one-shoulder silhouette, and even the oversize bow placed askew at Rita Vinieris’ Rivini.

555

A look from the Vivienne Westwood Fall 2021 collection

444A look from the Rivini by Rita Vinieris Fall 2021 collection

  1. 2000 NOSTALGIA

Style markers from the late 90s and early 2000s have moved from international runways to wedding aisles. Feel nostalgia through the details: handkerchief tops (and hemlines) at Ines di Santo and BHLDN, apron dresses at Jenny by Jenny Yoo and Alexandra Grecco, backless halters at Temperley London and square necklines at Justin Alexander Signature and Woná Concept.

111A look from the Jenny by Jenny Yoo Spring 2021 collection

11A look from the Justin Alexander Signature Fall 2021 collection

  1. AFTER-PARTY IN THE FRONT, CEREMONY IN THE BACK

The high-waisted bridal gown is a compromise between a ball gown and a flirty mini. Highlights for Fall 2021 include a deconstructed lace-trimmed design by Danielle Frankel and Viktor & Rolf Mariage’s stunning Marguerite rosette embellished cathedral train. Removable skirts such as those of Vivienne Westwood and Galia Lahav also fit together.

99A look from the Danielle Frankel Spring 2021 collection

89A look from the Viktor & Rolf Mariage Fall 2021 collection

  1. UPDATED WEDDING TROUSERS

Jumpsuits and pant suits are still the staple of a wedding, but styles offer more inspirational detail and versatility this season. Kosibah and Danielle Frankel transform the pant suit into pajama silhouettes, while Naeem Khan adds a structured skirt to her jumpsuit.

78A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

02A look from the Naeem Khan Fall 2021 Bridal collection

  1. ALL THE LITTLE WHITE DRESSES

In fall 2021, a mini wedding dress looks especially festive, especially as a standalone look for an alternative to a big day. Complementary embellishments such as bows, glittery fringes, feathers, dramatic embellishments or rows of ruffles will accentuate, whether in a personal wedding or a virtual Zoom ceremony.

76A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

75A look from the Temperley London Fall 2021 Bridal collection

 

 

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THE TOP BRIDAL TRENDS FOR 2021

Image

As usual, many new trends have appeared this season. Some weren’t new, for instance, classic silhouettes, others were unexpected and new. From large bows to modest dresses with bare backs and ribbons adorned shoulders. This season’s collection of wedding dress trends reflects the current climate (the minimalism associated with micro weddings and the flexibility), offering us a truly stylish experience.

FASHIONISTA singled out the top bridal trends for Fall 2021:

  1. FANTASTICAL BALLGOWNS

Japanese fashion designer Tomo Koizumi worked with retailer Treat Maison to create a capsule of fantastic ballgowns. Galia Lahav takes inspiration from world famous ballerinas to create dimensional tutu layers. Halfpenny London illustrates its out-of-this-world theme with a space cage applique dress. In addition, the ultra-glamorous Los Angeles-based Kynah’s bridal collection features wonderful embroidery and flowing ball gown skirts for South Asian weddings.

A look from the Tomo Koizumi for Treat Maison Spring 2021 Bridal collection

2

A look from Galia Lahav Couture Fall 2021 collection

  1. STREAMLINED GLAMOUR

Minimalism became strong over the course of several wedding seasons (probably also thanks to Meghan Markle). But streamlined options make sense right now, especially for mini weddings, social distance outdoor ceremonies, and post-wedding celebrations. But clean doesn’t mean simple. Rather, expect to see sumptuous fabrics (charmeuse silk, crepe and mikado) and intricate details such as the curved low waistline and perfect pleats from Valentine Avoh, the sophisticated 3D Savanna Miller’s beading and sculpted mermaid silhouette and deep V-neck from Amsale.

3

A look from the Valentine Avoh Sunset Boulevard collection

4A look from the Dreams by Lihi Hod Fall 2021 collection

  1. ROMANTIC JOURNEYS

Miller studies the British medieval mythology of Lady of the Lake. Los Angeles-based company Odylyne the Ceremony is redefining films such as Dracula and Crimson Peak to create their classy Gothic Vampira collection. Valentin Avoh guides Old Hollywood through Sunset Boulevard. France, meanwhile, remains a popular source of design inspiration: Gracy Acaad travels to Versailles, Marchesa studies 17th century French design philosophy, and BHLDN travels to Paris.

7A look from the BHLDN Spring 2021 collection

8A look from the Gracy Accad Fall 2021 collection

  1. FAIRY TALE FLORALS

Nature motifs thrive in 2021 collections. Naeem Khan, Mira Zwillinger turns to fairy tales for their dresses, and Eisen-Stein, Elie Saab and Alexandra Greco interpret fabulous flowers and gardens.

 

12A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

200 A look from the Elie Saab 2021 Bridal Collection

  1. WEATHER-PROOF LAYERING

Bridal layering options provide garment protection in the unpredictable 2021 planning landscape. A removable shrug at Eisen-Stein or a Victorian lace crop top at Elizabeth Fillmore adds a flair  plus helps to adapt to a cooler wedding date. Of course, a cape adds warmth and drama, especially if covered with embroidery, embellishments and layers of tulle.01A look from the Elizabeth Fillmore Fall 2021 collection

03A look from the Lu.look 2021 collection

  1. EXAGGERATED PUFF SLEEVES

Puffy sleeves from past seasons will become even more oversized for fall 2021. Designers love playing with size, shape and length.

04A look from the Vivienne Westwood Fall 2021 Bridal Collection

06A look from the Justin Alexander Signature Fall 2021 collection

  1. DREAMY CAP SLEEVES

The classic, barely noticeable cap sleeve takes on all the shapes of fall 2021 with delicate lace, flowing sheer organza and lush floral appliqués.

102A look from the Marchesa Fall 2021 collection

103

A look from the DANOVNA 2021 Charm collection

  1. UNEXPECTED ASYMMETRY

Fashion is a reflection of our time, so the prevalence of intricate, complex asymmetries in future collections is clearly traced. Designers creatively embody aesthetics with stunning bias draperies, mesmerizing variations on the one-shoulder silhouette, and even the oversize bow placed askew at Rita Vinieris’ Rivini.

555

A look from the Vivienne Westwood Fall 2021 collection

444A look from the Rivini by Rita Vinieris Fall 2021 collection

  1. 2000 NOSTALGIA

Style markers from the late 90s and early 2000s have moved from international runways to wedding aisles. Feel nostalgia through the details: handkerchief tops (and hemlines) at Ines di Santo and BHLDN, apron dresses at Jenny by Jenny Yoo and Alexandra Grecco, backless halters at Temperley London and square necklines at Justin Alexander Signature and Woná Concept.

111A look from the Jenny by Jenny Yoo Spring 2021 collection

11A look from the Justin Alexander Signature Fall 2021 collection

  1. AFTER-PARTY IN THE FRONT, CEREMONY IN THE BACK

The high-waisted bridal gown is a compromise between a ball gown and a flirty mini. Highlights for Fall 2021 include a deconstructed lace-trimmed design by Danielle Frankel and Viktor & Rolf Mariage’s stunning Marguerite rosette embellished cathedral train. Removable skirts such as those of Vivienne Westwood and Galia Lahav also fit together.

99A look from the Danielle Frankel Spring 2021 collection

89A look from the Viktor & Rolf Mariage Fall 2021 collection

  1. UPDATED WEDDING TROUSERS

Jumpsuits and pant suits are still the staple of a wedding, but styles offer more inspirational detail and versatility this season. Kosibah and Danielle Frankel transform the pant suit into pajama silhouettes, while Naeem Khan adds a structured skirt to her jumpsuit.

78A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

02A look from the Naeem Khan Fall 2021 Bridal collection

  1. ALL THE LITTLE WHITE DRESSES

In fall 2021, a mini wedding dress looks especially festive, especially as a standalone look for an alternative to a big day. Complementary embellishments such as bows, glittery fringes, feathers, dramatic embellishments or rows of ruffles will accentuate, whether in a personal wedding or a virtual Zoom ceremony.

76A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

75A look from the Temperley London Fall 2021 Bridal collection

 

 

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Uncategorized

THE TOP BRIDAL TRENDS FOR 2021

Image

As usual, many new trends have appeared this season. Some weren’t new, for instance, classic silhouettes, others were unexpected and new. From large bows to modest dresses with bare backs and ribbons adorned shoulders. This season’s collection of wedding dress trends reflects the current climate (the minimalism associated with micro weddings and the flexibility), offering us a truly stylish experience.

FASHIONISTA singled out the top bridal trends for Fall 2021:

  1. FANTASTICAL BALLGOWNS

Japanese fashion designer Tomo Koizumi worked with retailer Treat Maison to create a capsule of fantastic ballgowns. Galia Lahav takes inspiration from world famous ballerinas to create dimensional tutu layers. Halfpenny London illustrates its out-of-this-world theme with a space cage applique dress. In addition, the ultra-glamorous Los Angeles-based Kynah’s bridal collection features wonderful embroidery and flowing ball gown skirts for South Asian weddings.

A look from the Tomo Koizumi for Treat Maison Spring 2021 Bridal collection

2

A look from Galia Lahav Couture Fall 2021 collection

  1. STREAMLINED GLAMOUR

Minimalism became strong over the course of several wedding seasons (probably also thanks to Meghan Markle). But streamlined options make sense right now, especially for mini weddings, social distance outdoor ceremonies, and post-wedding celebrations. But clean doesn’t mean simple. Rather, expect to see sumptuous fabrics (charmeuse silk, crepe and mikado) and intricate details such as the curved low waistline and perfect pleats from Valentine Avoh, the sophisticated 3D Savanna Miller’s beading and sculpted mermaid silhouette and deep V-neck from Amsale.

3

A look from the Valentine Avoh Sunset Boulevard collection

4A look from the Dreams by Lihi Hod Fall 2021 collection

  1. ROMANTIC JOURNEYS

Miller studies the British medieval mythology of Lady of the Lake. Los Angeles-based company Odylyne the Ceremony is redefining films such as Dracula and Crimson Peak to create their classy Gothic Vampira collection. Valentin Avoh guides Old Hollywood through Sunset Boulevard. France, meanwhile, remains a popular source of design inspiration: Gracy Acaad travels to Versailles, Marchesa studies 17th century French design philosophy, and BHLDN travels to Paris.

7A look from the BHLDN Spring 2021 collection

8A look from the Gracy Accad Fall 2021 collection

  1. FAIRY TALE FLORALS

Nature motifs thrive in 2021 collections. Naeem Khan, Mira Zwillinger turns to fairy tales for their dresses, and Eisen-Stein, Elie Saab and Alexandra Greco interpret fabulous flowers and gardens.

 

12A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

200 A look from the Elie Saab 2021 Bridal Collection

  1. WEATHER-PROOF LAYERING

Bridal layering options provide garment protection in the unpredictable 2021 planning landscape. A removable shrug at Eisen-Stein or a Victorian lace crop top at Elizabeth Fillmore adds a flair  plus helps to adapt to a cooler wedding date. Of course, a cape adds warmth and drama, especially if covered with embroidery, embellishments and layers of tulle.01A look from the Elizabeth Fillmore Fall 2021 collection

03A look from the Lu.look 2021 collection

  1. EXAGGERATED PUFF SLEEVES

Puffy sleeves from past seasons will become even more oversized for fall 2021. Designers love playing with size, shape and length.

04A look from the Vivienne Westwood Fall 2021 Bridal Collection

06A look from the Justin Alexander Signature Fall 2021 collection

  1. DREAMY CAP SLEEVES

The classic, barely noticeable cap sleeve takes on all the shapes of fall 2021 with delicate lace, flowing sheer organza and lush floral appliqués.

102A look from the Marchesa Fall 2021 collection

103

A look from the DANOVNA 2021 Charm collection

  1. UNEXPECTED ASYMMETRY

Fashion is a reflection of our time, so the prevalence of intricate, complex asymmetries in future collections is clearly traced. Designers creatively embody aesthetics with stunning bias draperies, mesmerizing variations on the one-shoulder silhouette, and even the oversize bow placed askew at Rita Vinieris’ Rivini.

555

A look from the Vivienne Westwood Fall 2021 collection

444A look from the Rivini by Rita Vinieris Fall 2021 collection

  1. 2000 NOSTALGIA

Style markers from the late 90s and early 2000s have moved from international runways to wedding aisles. Feel nostalgia through the details: handkerchief tops (and hemlines) at Ines di Santo and BHLDN, apron dresses at Jenny by Jenny Yoo and Alexandra Grecco, backless halters at Temperley London and square necklines at Justin Alexander Signature and Woná Concept.

111A look from the Jenny by Jenny Yoo Spring 2021 collection

11A look from the Justin Alexander Signature Fall 2021 collection

  1. AFTER-PARTY IN THE FRONT, CEREMONY IN THE BACK

The high-waisted bridal gown is a compromise between a ball gown and a flirty mini. Highlights for Fall 2021 include a deconstructed lace-trimmed design by Danielle Frankel and Viktor & Rolf Mariage’s stunning Marguerite rosette embellished cathedral train. Removable skirts such as those of Vivienne Westwood and Galia Lahav also fit together.

99A look from the Danielle Frankel Spring 2021 collection

89A look from the Viktor & Rolf Mariage Fall 2021 collection

  1. UPDATED WEDDING TROUSERS

Jumpsuits and pant suits are still the staple of a wedding, but styles offer more inspirational detail and versatility this season. Kosibah and Danielle Frankel transform the pant suit into pajama silhouettes, while Naeem Khan adds a structured skirt to her jumpsuit.

78A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

02A look from the Naeem Khan Fall 2021 Bridal collection

  1. ALL THE LITTLE WHITE DRESSES

In fall 2021, a mini wedding dress looks especially festive, especially as a standalone look for an alternative to a big day. Complementary embellishments such as bows, glittery fringes, feathers, dramatic embellishments or rows of ruffles will accentuate, whether in a personal wedding or a virtual Zoom ceremony.

76A look from the Eisen-Stein Fall 2021 collection

75A look from the Temperley London Fall 2021 Bridal collection

 

 

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