2017 Wedding Dress Trends
Part 2: Silhouettes, Embellishments and Other Details

allure bridals spring 2017 (3014) sleeveless sweetheart lace bodice thick straps a line wedding dress mv

Style 3014, Allure Bridals

2017 brides have a lot to look forward to this year! Here are more of the hottest bridal trends that will rock this year.

SILHOUETTES

With an ever-expanding variety of bridal silhouettes to choose from — including flirty playsuits and versatile 2-in-1 looks — brides are totally spoiled for choice when it comes to aisle style in 2017.

The Super Soft A-Line

The new A-line comes in yards of flowy fabrics like soft organza, silk georgette, ethereal tulle or buttery crepe. This romantic unstructured silhouette makes twirling and dancing so easy! Swish!

justin alexander spring 2017 (8895) strapless sweetheart beaded bodice soft a line wedding dress mv

Style 8895, Justin Alexander

crystal design 2017 bridal long sleeves illusion bateau neckline heavily embroidered bodice lace flowy skirt romantic a  line wedding dress open back chapel train (paula) mv

“Paula”, Crystal Design 2017

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Style 3014, Allure Romance Spring 2017

The Big Ball Gown
Even designers who known for their sleek sultry styles are embracing the more voluminous, princess-y cut. Can you resist this trend?

The Trumpet and The Relaxed Column

Neither as close-fitting as a bias cut sheath nor as sleek as a traditional mermaid, but not quite an A-line nor a true fit-and-flare*, the elegant trumpet silhouette hugs the hips before gently flaring out. (*Some bridal houses equates the trumpet silhouette to "fit and flare"). Depending on the fabric, the relaxed column might cling to the figure like a sheath or drapes like a soft A-line.

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"Halle", Oscar de la Renta Fall 2017

naeem khan fall 2017 (fez) sleeveless straps deep vneck floral embroidery trumpet wedding dress mv

Fez, Naeem Khan Fall 2017

DETAILS

Clean Lines, Minimal Embellishments

Not into lace or beading? Silk Mikado, stretch georgette, charmeuse, crepe and organza gowns in striking silhouettes need little to no embellished details to shine, but if you choose to, these gowns are the perfect accompaniments to bold, statement accessories.

atelier pronovias 2017 (nuria) long sleeves bateau neck slit skirt sheath wedding dress mv

"Nuria", Atelier Pronovias 2017

Decadent Embellishments

A bit of frou-frou (or a whole lot bling) is cool for 2017 too. Think fabulous feathers, 3-dimensional appliqués, and beading that twinkle like stars.

tony ward spring 2017 rtw illusion long sleeves deep v neck  blush fully embellished aline dress (58) mv

Tony Ward Spring 2017 RTW

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Lumi, Hayley Paige Spring 2017

monique lhuillier fall 2017 (stardust) sleeveless thin straps v neck trumpet wedding dress feather cape mv

"Stardust", Monique Lhuillier Fall 2017

Skirts with Ruffles and Tiers

Ruffles and tiers are back in trend after a somewhat quiet year. Handkerchief tiers and horsehair trimmed layers are quite popular this season.

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Style 3650, Lazaro Fall 2016

Detachable Overskirts

Overskirts, we are still quite obsessed with them, aren't we? But one that can be removed to reveal a second, sleeker look? Genius!

Which one of these trends will you be rocking in 2017? For more inspiration, don't forget to check out the first part of the 2017 bridal trend report.

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