4 Wedding Dress Trends You Need to Know About Now

Wedding Dresses

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Bridal Fashion Week has come and gone but we're still obsessing over all the incredible wedding dresses that came down the runways. We saw so much lace, detailing, illusion necklines, and layers of tulle that our heads are still spinning. So, what will the brides of 2017 be wearing on that most important walk down the aisle? We partnered with our friends at Allure Bridals to bring you the latest wedding dress trends and tell you how you can make them your own!


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Jessica Biel and Anne Hathaway are just two of the celebrity brides who rocked a pink wedding dress on their big day. We've seen this trend for a few seasons now and it's definitely not going anywhere. This season's brides are officially making blush wedding dresses a classic. No longer seen as balking with tradition, wearing a touch of pink on your wedding day is just a romantic accent. At Allure this was seen as an addition to a lace column gown, with a tulle overskirt in just the right hint of blush.


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Layered Skirts
The big statement this season was the return of a full skirt, thanks to layers upon layers of fabric. In some cases we even saw trumpet skirts that felt very full. Talk about a dramatic walk down the aisle — these skirts make for a serious entrance.


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Get ready to show off those shoulders 2017 brides! Nearly every collection featured an off-the-shoulder style (a direct influence of the ready-to-wear runways where shoulders have been bare for a few seasons). This season the off-the-shoulder look took a Princess turn — rather than bohemian — with Kate Middleton-esque long lace sleeves making this neckline very sophisticated.


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Flutter Sleeves
Bohemian brides will now be looking to make their wedding day style feel as romantic as possible by wearing sweeping sleeves that practically float as you walk down the aisle.

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