When it comes to the latest trends with everything weddings, we always like to keep you updated and today we have decided to share with you the latest wedding dresses of 2018.
Below are the latest and trending styles you should consider on your big day
It’s official: Black is the new white. From sophisticated black bows that channeled Audrey Hepburn to over-the-top black ostrich feather ball gown skirts. If you’re looking to make a serious statement or just add a touch of edginess to your wedding day look, this is the trend for you.
Bring the drama with this frilly, ultra-feminine detail. Allover ruffles add dimension to a slim silhouette, while a full skirt of cascading ruffles (paired with a high-low hemline if you’re brave) is equal parts whimsical and fashion forward.
We love this look straight out of the Elizabethan era for two reasons: Corsets accentuate the narrowest part of your body, and sheer ones with exposed boning add some (tasteful) sex appeal. Choose a corset top with a ball gown skirt for a totally royal look, or keep it slinky and lingerie-inspired with a curve-skimming silhouette.
Sultry silhouettes give this heirloom touch a modern upgrade. Opulent head-to-toe pearls are worthy of a red carpet affair, while pearl-embellished bodices (and chokers, for good measure) create a unique texture on streamlined frocks.
Shades of Blue
Designers put a fresh twist on the “something blue” tradition this season. Pale-cornflower-blue underlays with white lace embellishments are perfect for a romantic garden wedding, while striking powder-blue ball gowns fit a royal affair.
You can’t go wrong with a timeless gown—after all, photos do last forever. Structured silhouettes and classic necklines (think: boatneck and bardot) made a serious comeback. A-line and mermaid-style gows in heavy satins and silk faille were a staple in every collection, paired with retro-inspired accessories.
Make a ladylike statement with this refined accessory. Sheer, barely there gloves were a go-to for fashion-forward designers. Whether you go with a wrist- or elbow-length style, this pretty detail adds extra polish to any ensemble.
Allover silver geometric beading gave this gowns a vintage-inspired vibe, while sheaths covered in tonal beading were a more subtle take on this über-glam trend.
Bows have been hot for a few seasons, but this ultra-classic detail isn’t going anywhere. This season, the bows were bigger and better than ever. Designers sent tailored silhouettes adorned with bold, statement bows down the runway.