Get your wishlist ready. Bridal Fashion Week has finally arrived and there is no shortage of über-chic inspo in the 2021 wedding gown styles. From forthy ruffles to intimate sleeves and fun party dresses, The Knot’s style group hit the ground running to get the scoop on the newest styles coming into your bridal salon near you. So, if you are planning a wedding taking place at the conclusion of next year or just in the dreaming stage, these will be the 2021 wedding dress styles to know. Keep reading to find the deets on what’s hot now–and just how to pull it off.
Whether you are a COVID bride planning a marrige or Zoom wedding, eloping or just looking for a fantastic excuse to show off a killer pair of sneakers, that 2021 wedding dress trend is for you. Deciding on a very long gown for the day of? A short, white dress can also be ideal for all of your other wedding-related events; enjoy your rehearsal dinner or bridal shower.
No veil? No issue. Not merely do cape veils offer you the same advantages of a traditional veil: visual interest, additional protection, and an optional train, but they’re an effortless approach to kick up your bridal fashion up a notch. Go minimalist using a complete cape or deliver the drama with a beaded or published one.
A ruffle skirt adds dimension to a mermaid shape, though a full skirt of frothy, cascading ruffles is equal parts design and whimsical forward.
Modern brides, this one’s for you. Clean, unapologetically minimalist crepe appears took over the Bridal Fashion Week runways. A lace wool or synthetic fabric with a distinctly crisp look, crepe is structured but also light enough to operate for almost any season. And, if you’re still feeling a more complicated look, a crepe skirt or pants balances out a heavily embellished bodice or sleeves.
Hear us out before you write this off’80s-inspired wedding gown trend. If you love this detail however, are concerned about overdoing it, then start looking for a slim shape with puffy sleeves and maintain the rest of your accessories simple. Or, if you love this appearance but aren’t prepared to fully commit, go for removable ones you can take off to your reception or even after-party.
Frost yourself. While glitz is nothing new where bridal style is concerned, the Bridal Fashion runways were all about understated shimmer in the form of glitter tulle and tonal sequins and beading, versus over-the-top metallic bling of past seasons. Fantastic for evening nuptials, this wedding gown trend adds an ethereal touch to some shape. Pro tip: If you are rocking a sparkly dress, then keep your accessories nominal and allow your glitzy gown do all of the talking.