While a full white and unadorned gown is a timeless classic still relevant today, this year’s bridal shows for Fall included looks to help you be uniquely Y-O-U. Designers are getting inspired by their brides when creating their fall bridal look — not everyone is looking for a floor length highly adorned gown, some want a sassy and sweet romper or a chic power suit! This year the bridal styles were influenced by the type of fabric used, minimalism, the weather, natural elements, and trendy 70s boho fashion. We picked four of our favorite looks for Fall straight from the runway.
Top four favorite fall bridal looks from the 2018 runways:
Bows were a repeating trend on the runway this Fall. One of our favorite looks was this sweet dress by Carolina Herrera. The blue bow adds a soft pop of color to an otherwise traditional floor length gown — and you can check the box for your “something blue”! This gown is draped in floral lace too, which adds the trendy “nature factor” that’s so perfect for this season.
Embellishments inspired by nature
Okay, this is next look is pure art! Whether it’s with your hair accessories or your gown, adding natural elements to your fall bridal look like this Alexandra Grecco gown is beautiful for a Fall themed wedding. We absolutely adore the structure of the nature inspired adornments on this pink beige gown. Additionally, we love the color because it will be stunning with all the Fall color palettes; like crimsons, plums, and evergreen.
70s Boho inspired
Bohemian styles have been trending in the wedding-sphere for a while now, so it’s no wonder why we're seeing some updated looks for this Fall. The Boho bridal styles were influenced by the always flattering look from the 70s, the wrap dress. From the flowing sheer fabric to the fluttering sleeves, this gown is hands down our favorite bohemian fall bridal look! We can totally see this paired with a pretty shawl too.
Our final favorite style from the runway this year was the chic minimalism. This gown by Tadashi Shoji totally stands out. We love the minimalist yet dramatic structure of the dress. Plus, the long backless lines and bow adds an elegant lengthening effect for the bride.