10 Hottest Trends From Fall 2016 Bridal Fashion Week

10 Hottest Trends From Fall 2016 Bridal Fashion Week

Our team is fresh from the runways of Fall 2016 Bridal Fashion Week and sharing the inside scoop on dresses with you. Straight from your favorite designers, we’re revealing what’s hot in wedding dresses right now. Here are the trends that every stylish bride-to-be needs to know about:

1. 3D Floral Embellishments
Traditional florals step aside; these fashion-forward 3D blooms add the perfect touch of texture and dimension to your dress. Above dress courtesy of: Lela Rose Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Angel Sanchez Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Hayley Paige Spring 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Naeem Khan Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

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2. Statement Trains
It’s time to make an entrance and an exit! Long, flowing statement-making trains stole the show on the runways. Above dress courtesy of: Claire Pettibone Spring 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Marchesa Fall 2016Above dress courtesy of: Pronovias 2016 Bridal Collection

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3. Dare To Bare
For the bolder bride, get ready to show some skin! Sheer detailing and peekaboo designs were all the rage.  Above dress courtesy of: Berta 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Reem Acra Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Galia Lahav, Ivory Tower CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Inbal Dror Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

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4. Convertible Wedding Dresses
Forget the “should I wear two dresses at my wedding” dilemma! A wedding dress with a detachable skirt gives you both the traditional and party ready look in one. Above dress courtesy of: Jim Hjelm Spring 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Monique Lhuillier Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Legends Romona Keveza Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: J. Mendel Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

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5. Illusion Necklines
Illusion lace is a trend that’s here to stay, this barely there style was a fan favorite on the recent runways. Above dress courtesy of: Monique Lhuillier Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Ines Di Santo Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Reem Acra Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: GALA by Galia Lahav

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6. High-Low Hems
We love this alluring style, a little leg in the front with a flowing skirt in the back- what could be sweeter?Above dress courtesy of: Claire Pettibone Spring 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Ines Di Santo Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Monique Lhuillier Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

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7. Graphic Print
For the fashionista bride, you’ll love this bold and bright trend.  Wow ‘em from the second you walk in. Above dress courtesy of: Romona Keveza Luxe Collection Fall 2016Above dress courtesy of: Lazaro Spring 2016 Bridal Collection

8. High Slits
Taking a cue from ready-to-wear, leg-baring wedding gowns heated up the Fall 2016 shows.  Above dress courtesy of: Ines Di Santo Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Reem Acra Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Inbal Dror Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

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9. Pants & Jumpsuits
One of the hottest wedding dress trends isn’t a dress at all! Sophisticated and sexy pants and jumpsuits are a welcome break from tradition.Above dress courtesy of: Angel Sanchez Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Ines Di Santo Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Temperley Bridal Fall 2016 Collection

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10. Off-The-Shoulder
This neckline is one of our favorites, ultra feminine while still playful this sassy style is here to stay.  Above dress courtesy of: Kenneth Pool Fall 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Jim Hjelm Spring 2016 Bridal CollectionAbove dress courtesy of: Anne Barge Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

-Melissa Hammam

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