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Bridal Trend Report: The Best Looks from the Spring 2025 Couture Collection for the Upcoming Season

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From convertible gowns and updated silhouettes to beautiful lace and soft hues, the newseason of bridal gowns offers many dreamy options for the bride. Here are some of the topbridal fashion trends that will be standout looks for the year

Convertible Gowns

Gowns that allow a bride to change up her look throughout the day are a trend that’s still going
strong. Removable tops, sleeves, and overskirts let you to take your dress from ceremony to
reception to after party—and wow everyone at each stage

Detachable illusion sleeves and a satin overskirt on the Noel French lace gown reveal a fitted mermaid silhouette

The April vintage lace trumpet gown is accessorized with detachable tulle sleeves and a dramatic
overskirt with a pearl-detailed belt

And the Freya mermaid gown, embellished with beaded 3D flowers, features a detachable half overskirt and illusion sleeves

Elongated Corset Bodices

Dropped waistlines are one of the hottest trends in bridal this year and corseted bodices are
playing up the look with an elongated fit.

The Heaven ball gown with an elongated bodice detailed with intricate pearls and beading radiates a regal look

And the showstopping Finesse two-piece, French lace gown features a cinched, elongated corset, mermaid-silhouetted skirt, and dramatic tulle overskirt

Basque Waists

Traditional wedding gown silhouettes are getting an update from Victorian-inspired basque
waists. The slightly lower waistline, which ends with a V-shaped point and creates volume at
the hips, is a throwback to 18 th and 19 th -century fashion and is now adding a modern touch to a
bride’s look. The Anais corded French lace mermaid gown features a chic angel wing neckline
and a detachable, constructed overskirt that accentuates the hips and waist.

Amplified Florals

Floral-detailed gowns are a bridal fashion favorite and the new take on the look brings a garden
of enchanting, oversized blossoms to sophisticated A-line and ball gown silhouettes. Delightful
3D, laser-cut flowers embellish the Florence gown and its matching bolero. While tulle,
ethereal flowers float across the Horizon dress and its detachable top. And a flurry of delicately
sequined blooms adorns the Rosemary ball gown and illusion top.

Pink or Blush Second Looks

Second looks for the wedding day have become the norm in the bridal wardrobe, as brides
want to elevate the vibe for their reception and after-party with a glamorous dress

Sultry-silhouetted gowns in subtle pink and blush hues are a perfect encore to a white ceremony

The Raphaella silk gown with a deep plunging neckline and bias-cut skirt stuns in powder pink. And the Izzy draped A-line gown is total opulence in a soft blush tone

by Ivette Manners

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Grace Yael | May 15, 2024

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