This year was a bit different, as designers began to finally show their collections in person after two years of virtual appointments and runways. As we returned to a slight sense of normalcy, we also experienced a new batch of remarkable looks, from both renowned designers and emerging brands who are making a name for themselves within the bridalwear space.
Brands like Galia Lahav, Elie Saab, Amsale, and Monique Lhuillier showcased jaw-dropping ballgowns, paying homage to traditional trends that will forever be here to stay within wedding fashion.
Contemporary designs like mini dresses, colorful gowns, and modern separates, from Rosie Assoulin, Scorcesa, Safiyaa, and Nadia Manjarrez Studio. But even with a diverse range of styles presented this market season, one common theme we can surely agree on is that the bridal industry has openly embraced change. There are more looks now, than ever before, that cater to brides of all aesthetics.
The light blue color, Sheer Fabrics, Asymmetrical Necklines,Mock Necks, mini dresses and mini bows are the trends for 2023.