Catwalk trends transfer to bridal

We’re always excited to see how the catwalks influence bridal design, so today we’ve chosen five looks from couture shows that we think are going to be hot when it comes to gowns to die for.

Pink

There’s been a lot of pretty pink tones on the catwalks, and we love it. A gorgeous, muted pink is a perfect alternative to white – warm and so girly, we can see a lot more pink making its way into bridal gown designs.

Gianbattista Valli

Gianbattista Valli

Dior

Dior

Guo Pei

Guo Pei

Ruffles

We’ve seen ruffles all over the place! From full ruffled skirts to subtle, delicate ruffles on bodices, they add texture and movement, and we think they are just super fun!

Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo

Gianbattista Valli

Gianbattista Valli

Franceso Scognamiglio

Franceso Scognamiglio

Floral

Flowers have always been a favourite for bridal embellishments, but now we’re seeing bold, 3D and striking colours for the floral designs.

Dior

Dior

Tony Ward

Tony Ward

Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo

Sheer

Daring brides are in for a treat if this trend moves to bridal design! There has been so much sheer inspiration on the runways, and we think these gowns are so pretty. teamed with texture, embellishments and subtle colour, sheer doesn’t have to be just about revealing flesh.

Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo

Elie Saab

Elie Saab

Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo

White

A classic. But what has the catwalk got to offer the old faithful white wedding dress? Well, mix up the trends above and team them with a bridal white! Embellishments, florals, sheer fabric all give the white dress a twist – and we think it’s very exciting!

Francesco Scognamiglio

Francesco Scognamiglio

Chanel

Chanel

Elie Saab

Elie Saab

There are so many ways to wear these trends – and so many overlapping looks! We love the way the designers have paired up sheer and florals, ruffles and pink… If you’re after more inspiration for you wedding gown, have a look at our blog on alternative wedding dresses.

Photo credit: INDIGITAL

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