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It’s officially wedding season. Whether you’re planning your own wedding or just interested in the eye candy, the spring 2019 bridal collections have arrived — and they’re stunning.Designers from Lela Rose to Jenny Packham, two favorites of Kate Middleton, continue to justify that bridal pants are here to stay. But one designer, Naeem Khan, took casual bridal dressing to new heights, debuting a bedazzled bridal tracksuit. Though the most standout dresses are from designers who went outside the box. Vera Wang, an icon in the bridal world, did not debut a single white gown. Instead, Wang opted for dramatic hues and silhouettes that are tailor-made for a big fashion editorial moment. It also helps that the collection was shot by famed photography duo Inez & Vinoodh. But if there ever was a statement wedding dress, it would be from Wang.On the other hand, Elie Saab, another celebrated designer, successfully intermixes traditional style with modernity quite beautifully, resulting in wedding dresses that feel traditional and royal but also timeless.Ahead, see all the dreamiest wedding dresses from Bridal Fashion Week — from simple courthouse-style looks to the princess-worthy gowns you’ve always dreamed of.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • How to look fashionable at Coachella when you’re not a celebrity • Paris Jackson wears high-slit dress at event alongside ‘sexy sisters’ Paris and Nicky Hilton • How real women feel about Target diversifying its beauty aisle Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Does your wedding theme err on the side of classic or modern? If it’s the latter, you may want to research the latest trend on the market: sheer bridal jumpsuits in place of the traditional white dress.While 2017 definitely saw the “naked” trend kick off with celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Jennifer Lopez wearing low cut and sheer paneled dresses, this new trend is taking the look up a notch.If a nude bodysuit isn’t exactly wedding goals for you, maybe one of these trends will be more on theme with your wedding day. Click through the gallery to see other non-traditional bridal trends and let us know if you’d try any in the comments.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
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Topshop were very hush hush when it came to announcing their new bridal range back in January. And it’s easy to see why.The first instalment of the collection is now available to buy. Five wedding dresses featuring slinky white designs as well as ones with a more vintage feel make up the range.Prices range from £350 to £795, making it way more affordable than most traditional wedding dresses.The retailer’s bridal section has put together a list of the perfect bridesmaid dresses, accessories and lingerie that’ll give that extra oomph to your special day.What isn’t to love?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:18 ethereal wedding dresses under £500Over half of married Britons regret spending so much on their wedding, research finds
Topshop have just announced that they will be launching a bridal range complete with dresses for both brides and bridesmaids along with accessories and wedding lingerie. The only image released shows a veiled bride wearing a satin wedding dress with a plunging neckline and simple floral detailing. Topshop joins the likes of plenty of other high street brands who are offering purse-friendly alternatives to bespoke wedding dresses.
Here comes the bride, not dressed in white.From brightly coloured gowns to structured modern jumpsuits, click through the gallery above for 17 celebrities who opted for an alternative to the traditional white gown.Would you wear a non-traditional wedding dress? Let us know by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
While Louis Vuitton and Chanel were wrapping up their ready-to-wear collections in Paris last week, here in New York, designers were also taking to the runways to debut the latest bridal collections.Did you miss it? Don’t worry: We rounded up all the best bridal looks for your viewing pleasure. Click ahead to see the stunning range of gowns — and one very fancy jumpsuit — for all the future brides-to-be. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
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Deyn and Joel McAndrew tied the knot yesterday [Photo: Getty] In the past few years, we’ve come to expect one type of wedding dress as we see both celebrities and our friends tie the knot: A white, strapless frock. So much ❤️ @aggy_deyn @joelmcandrew A photo posted by Henry Hollands (@henryholland) on Aug 28, 2016 at 3:15pm PDT As well as the tulle design, she added a twist to tradition by adding a pretty pink underskirt underneath the white fabric. 👰👰👰👰👰❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ A photo posted by Henry Hollands (@henryholland) on Aug 28, 2016 at 3:07pm PDT Beau Joel McAndrew’s look was almost as eye-catching as he donned a white suit with a blue shirt, tie and loafers. Rihanna’s green Molly Goddard ‘Sophie’ dress [Photo: Getty] This isn’t the only time in the past few months Molly Goddard has been in the spotlight.
Tying the knot this autumn? A new fall bridal collection by Reformation has just launched – and not only are its flowy, bohemian fabrics to die for, but they’re sustainable, too. It calls the latter ‘second wedding dresses’ – the idea being that you can slip into something more casual after the ceremony – and these come in sophisticated autumn colours such as Poinsettia, Saffron, Stone and Blackberry. The dresses are made of Blue Sign Eco Silk, which is made from safe dyes so that workers creating the dresses aren’t exposed to harsh chemicals.
Writing about her experiences on the website Mamamia, the anonymous woman detailed how bonkers requests to supply Excel spreadsheets with cake maker’s details eventually lead to an email asking to ‘contribute’ to the bride’s $10,500 Marchesa wedding gown. “At first, I thought Carol was just being a little overzealous when the group emails asking for input on everything from bridesmaid dress colours, hairstyles, make-up looks, bridal dresses, buttonholes for the groomsmen (something I had to Google) and table decorations came flooding through, quickly taking up a large chunk of my day,” she wrote on the site.
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Very few of my friends have worn traditional wedding dresses. There was a Grecian-style dress for the only church wedding, in New Orleans, and those getting married this fall are embracing color! Not to mention thoroughly modern silhouettes. I don’t know if this is only a New York thing, but an increasing number of brides seem to be ditching tradition in favor of a wedding that says, “This is me!” And then there’s Abigail Kingston of Pennsylvania.