Wedding Trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week 2019
We hit up NYBFW 2019 this year once again to check out what trends will be heading your way for 2020 and beyond and the catwalk didn't disappoint. These images straight from the shows by Lucy Munoz Photography are fresh, bold and storming ahead for fashion conscious brides...
Forget about lace, floral applique is where it's at for 2019/2020 and we're LOVING this refreshing take on the traditional lace of years past. Perfect for a more informal wedding wherever that may be.
Berta showcased these floral wonders below with long sleeves and strapless being options depending on your style. Sleek silhouettes and flowing skirts make this type of fabric the perfect alternative to traditional.
Justin Alexander showcased a softer version of floral applique and we're enamoured. And if a jumpsuit is your thing (perfect for a second outfit or a bridal shower ensemble!), Justin Alexander has you covered.
Watters took floral applique to the next romance level with full on feminine shapes and silhouettes. Perfect for the bride looking for a show stopping yet classic look.
Jenny Yoo aren't just famous for their awesome bridesmaids dresses - they create magical wedding gowns too! Their catwalk addition was full of lightweight floral dresses that would be perfect for a destination wedding or just something more comfortable.
Sheer wedding dresses are definitely something we have been seeing more and more and it seems they aren't just something for the daring bride. They're becoming far more wearable for us regular folk...
Watters showcased layers of sheer over a more traditional style dress - perfect for that hint of sheer
Berta is a designer that is renowned for being more daring and these thigh high slits are definitely for the bolder of us but their detail is second to none. The ultimate in fashion-forward brides, these sparkling gowns are just stunning.
Sheer isn't about see-through and Justin Alexander showed us how sheer backs and capes can be the perfect addition to any dress.
Looking for something with a little modern touch? We saw some geometric patterns and shapes on the catwalk this NYBFW and really enjoyed this contemporary edge.
Long sleeves and backless, this Berta gown below had us at geometric...
Geometric doesn't have to mean pattern if that isn't your thing - sleek modern silhouettes and sharp edges can be just as contemporary and this gown below from Justin Alexander is perfect.
Boho takes on a new face for 2019 and beyond with edgy hats and accessories that make the fringing and boho details really pop.
Watters were the experts on this trend this year as you can see below. Whether it was long sleeves, off shoulder sleeves or a two-piece wedding dress, they had everything for the boho bride.