Trend Prediction : 3D Floral Applique at NYBFW
For the past few seasons we have seen more lace than our hearts can even handle. You know us, we LOVE a textured gown, but wanna know what we love even more? 3D applique! The 3D nature of lace and floral applique was the fabric of NYBFW this year! We saw off the shoulder sleeves, we saw floral gloves and for what it's worth we saw an epic train with 3D florals trailing all the way down. Here for it all...
When you think of wedding dresses, you usually think of gowns made of crepe, lace, chiffon, silk, tulle, and taffeta. However, creativity was at the forefront this season and designers presented elevated fabrics that go the extra mile. Collections from Watters and Ines di Santo had dresses made of 3D textural applique and lace that are meant for the bride adding that extra level of drama to their dress. Scroll on for our faves from the 2023 Bridal Week...
If you're opting to embrace the detachable sleeves trend, then this Watters dress above is a perfect choice. Thanks to the intricate 3D floral appliques scattered over the entirety of the gown, this look is the definition of light and airy. We also give it bonus points for the puff sleeves and delicate sweetheart neckline.
This princess A-line dress features a stunning floral pattern of oversized motifs, in soft cascading moments. Trimmed in delicate 3D details, this design just might be the prettiest wedding dress imaginable. From Eve of Milady.
Who can’t use another mini dress in their wardrobe? This closet staple adds an instant air of elegance and fun to any wedding party. Without question this is a wedding dress that will be worn again, and will be unanimously adored by your closest friends. This Viktor & Rolf mini above showed us high neck and short hemline juxtaposition and it was a certain draw at the show itself.
We adore the false deep-V style of this flowy, floor-length lace wedding dress by Eve of Milady. We also love the incredible range of sizes offered for this gown, available in standard sizing up to 24.
The flattering v neckline and off the shoulder sleeves of this textured Badgley Mischka gown are a few chic details that make it a standout modern wedding dress. The fit-to-flare skirt adds a dramatic architectural element to the silhouette.
We love the longer length of this timeless lace wedding dress by Kelly Faetanini. The short train is a practical yet elegant choice and the boned bodice means you'll have that sleek silhouette all day long...
This season, Ines Di Santo Fall 2023 incorporated a range of diverse fabrics and textures—like Jacquard and matte organza—a welcomed addition to its beloved lineup of tulle, satin, and lace gowns. The 'Serpentine' dress above featured allover beading and three-dimensional floral appliques.
Think royal corsetry, luxurious fabrications, unconventional necklines, unapologetic sensuality, and new-age classic designs—with an irreverent yet elegant edge. This inspired assortment of vintage-meets-contemporary wedding dresses by Eve of Milady offers a feminine selection for the bride seeking sophistication, romance, and couture-level attention to detail.
Beaded lace appliqués and glitter tulle make this Ines Di Santo Fall 2023 gown a showstopper for sure. The wow factor of this gown includes the embellished lace illusion bodice covered in floral applique...
Want a more covered look? This long sleeved Rivini by Rita Vinieris dress is a great winter alternative to the 3D floral lace wedding dresses we saw at NYBFW 2023.
Removable sleeves and the floral details on this Eve of Milady dress above make it a modern take on a more traditional Chantilly lace and stretch satin mermaid gown. The sheer lace paneling on the bodice and slight train make this a dress to suit most bride's needs.
Brides can expect simple yet sophisticated designs from designer Rita Vinieris, who has two lines: Rivini and Alyne by Rita Vinieris. This year we saw fluid lines and sculptural construction of ethereal textures and luscious silks, organically drape the body creating voluminous and pure silhouettes.
Galia Lahav gowns have a reputation of romance, with figure-flattering silhouettes and intricate details. In their downtown showroom this year, we saw a refresh and renew of the bridal season by focusing on grand ball gowns, tailored corsets, and neo-romantic designs that feature sparkling lace and tulle. We loved this detachable skirt on this florally adorned gown above.
Galia Lahav showed off this drop waist corset ballgown with off-the-shoulder straps and a sweetheart neckline. Made of silk tulle, the beaded 3D floral embellishments really shone.