Latest Wedding Dress Trends

Wedding Dresses with Bridal Capes

Not into veils? A full-length bridal cape or shorter capelet is the perfect alternative: It still adds dimension to your gown, but it feels modern. Plus, this trend is an easy way to pull off a mid-wedding outfit change. Wear a cape or capelet for your ceremony, and then whisk it away to reveal a different look for your reception.

Wedding Dresses with Wispy Feathers

Feather details have been hot for a few season, but wispy plumes (think: delicate ostrich feathers) can make even the simplest silhouette eye-catching. Get glam with a totally feathered skirt or opt for just a few well-placed plumes to give your look an airy twist.

Wedding Dresses with High Collars

A high collar gives off seriously high fashion vibes. Go with scalloped lace for a regal feel, or go super-modern with a sleek one made of satin. Pro tip: Statement earrings and a windswept up do perfectly complement this buttoned-up trend.

Wedding Dresses with Deep V Necklines

The deep V-Neckline is a must-try for two reasons: It flatters your upper body (even if you're busty!) and elongates your frame. A plunging V with scalloped lace or floral appliqué is an ultra-feminine look, while a sleek V plays up the inherently sexy vibe of a curve-skimming silhouette. Just make sure you have Topstick tape handy the day of.

Wedding Dresses with Streamer Sleeves

Sheer streamer sleeves (read: long tulle sleeves that split off into streamers) are a gorgeous way to make an ethereal statement and add movement to your gown. Channel your inner Stevie Nicks in a lace sheath gown with fluttery streamer details or go for full-on romance by pairing them with a sultry fit-and-flare dress.

Wedding Dresses with Bows

Oversize bows took over the runways, and we couldn't get enough of this over-the-top feminine detail. Make a dramatic exit with a large bow on your train, or add some structure (and accentuate your waist!) with a bow sash. Keep your accessories simple with this trend and let your bold bow do all the talking. Bows are undeniably girly, in fashion and just so, so pretty.

If you want to be on trend this year, embrace sheer, opt for ruffles and floral gowns or dresses in shades such as pale gold.

The tea-length wedding dress

For you brides who love all things vintage, you should opt for a tea length wedding dress – a dress that falls below the knee and above the ankle.

Crop tops

Have you been working on your abs and want to show them off on your wedding day? Or perhaps getting married in a hot climate, whatever the case crop top wedding dresses are set to be huge

High necked bridal gowns

If you are planning a very grand wedding, then a high necked bridal gown is definitely worth considering. Not only are high necked bridal gowns very fashionable, but they are also perfect for those of you looking for more of a demure style.

Let your wedding dress speak for you.