Bridal styles are driven by trends just like their ready-to-wear counterparts. Similar trends in construction and styling are seen across the fashion spectrum.
See how bridal and social occasion gowns spotted on the VOW | New World of Bridal runway relate to women’s apparel trends for Autumn/Winter 2017/2018 as identified by international trend authority WGSN.
ROUGH RUFFLES Raw edges give ruffles a little more attitude.
From left to right: Roz La Kelin, Enzoani, Black Label Couture
NUPTIAL NYMPHS Romantic florals and lace fit for a woodland fairy queen.
From left to right: Forever Unique, Jovani Fashion, Moonlight
SEASONAL COLOR Taking a cue from fall foliage with red and orange hues, augmented by a little sparkle.
From left to right: Moonlight, Jovani Fashion, Black Label Couture
YOUNG VICTORIA Black lace, romantic cuts and gothic styling for a new Victorian age.
From left to right: Rina di Montella, Elani Elias, Elani Elias
SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND Crystals, rhinestones, beading, sequins and metallic yarns give a subtle sparkle.
From left to right: Badgley Mischka, Allure Bridesmaids, Calla Blanche
SO FRESH AND SO CLEAN Monochromatic fabrics in simple cuts with minimal detailing.
From left to right: Alyce Paris & Caplet - Forever Unique, House of Wu, Forever Unique
VOW ǀ New World of Bridal is April 4 – 6. Join us a day early for our Bridal Educational Seminar Series. We'll kick of at 2 p.m. with Sal Macaluso of eStyleCentral.com discussing "Making the Most of Marketing to Mothers", followed by Wendy Rivera's Do You Speaker Bride? at 3 p.m. and finish out at 4 p.m. with Liene Stevens of ThinkSplendid, discussing "The Trophy Kids Get Hitched: How to Sell to Millennial Brides"! Then, ou VOW Experts Panel begins at 5 p.m. and is followed by our Kickoff Reception.
Stylish Inspiration: Kayne Gillaspie of Johnathan Kayne
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