New York Bridal Week, Fall 2023. The Top Trends for Every Bride.
If you have an upcoming joyous occasion in the near future, these are the need-to-know trends for all soon-to-be brides.
From heavenly meringues fluffed with yards of tulle, to minimalist Hollywood era satin sheaths, there is a bridal ensemble that will match your personality and speak to your soul.
Convertible gowns allow the bride to walk down the aisle in an elegant long train, then off comes the detachable tulle when it’s time to hit the dance floor. Modern brides want versatility, by top bridal designer Monique Lhuillier. The new bridal gown color you’ll be seeing more of in 2023? The prettiest sky blue by Romona Keveza. Sleek and sexy, a silvery sheath embellished with floral accents, Monique Lhuillier. Images: wwd.com unless noted.
A spray of softest florals on baby blue. Gown, cape and train create a fairytale vision. Monique Lhuillier.
Miles of palest pink tulle create a bridal gown that dreams are made of. Formal length gloves are a popular trend for Fall 2023. Monique Lhuillier.
Elegant, classic gown with cathedral length train. Monique Lhuillier.
Sleek bodycon mermaid gown accented with formal gloves. Monique Lhuillier.
This sweet dress hits many of the bridal trends we see for Fall 2023. Pretty prints, detachable sleeves and the poufy bubble skirt. Monique Lhuillier.
Gathered ivory satin sleeves add volume to a dramatic fitted mermaid gown by Romona Keveza, a leader in the luxury bridal world.
Bodacious bows are another major trend and can be found in many new bridal collections. This voluptuous gown by Romona Keveza.
Gently cascading folds of tulle highlight a draped off-the shoulder bodice by Romona Keveza.
Sophisticated asymmetric bodice accent a trim fishtail gown. Romona Keveza.
Pockets in a deep plunge bridal gown? Absolutely! Romona Keveza.
Satin heart motif bodice accented with oversize bow back. Romona Keveza.
Golden goddess. This magnificent 1930’s style glamour gown is exactly why Romona Keveza is designer to the stars.
Paired down, simple yet chic mini for a modern bride. Milla Nova Bridal, a female-led independent Ukrainian bridal brand founded by sisters Zoryana and Iryna Senyshyn.
The shell bra top is another up-trending design element, suitable for romantic beach weddings. Milla Nova Bridal.
This gown by Milla Nova Bridal flaunts a number of popular trends; the thigh high side slit, embellished corset bodice and dreamy tulle cape.
Adorable retro Swiss dot gown with tiered scalloped skirt. Honor Bridal, a made to order bridal and bespoke womenswear company is produced in New York City by Giovanna Randall, founder and creative director.
Graceful empire waist gown with classic lines. Honor Bridal.
Retro baby doll dress with pilgrim collar accessorized with lace tights. Honor Bridal.
As easy as a cozy dressing gown. The prefect dress for a destination wedding by Inbar Freiman, who opened her bridal studio in Kfar Ruth, Israel in 2015.
Two piece bridal ensemble with a luxe Boho vibe. Inbar Freiman.
One of the few short sleeved crop tops we’ve seen. This charming lace top contrasts beautifully with the full, diaphanous skirt. Inbar Freiman.
The popular V front bodice leaves the sides exposed. It’s accentuated with a delicate silver belt. Inbar Freiman.
Cut-outs continue to trend in the bridal market and fringe is seen in many collections. Naeem Khan.
Stunning scalloped veil over tiered and fringed gown. Naeem Khan is known for dressing royalty.
Magnificent embroidered full length cape over a slim sheath gown. Naeem Khan.
Tiered and fringed mini with lace inset bodice. The elegant fringe caplet takes this ensemble to another level. Naeem Khan.
Delicate daisy appliqué over mesh makes this simple silhouette stand out. Dana Harel.
Petite petals embroidered on the bodice and cascading down the gathered skirt create a lovely fantasy gown. Dana Harel. The Dana Harel flagship studio and atelier are located in Tel Aviv.
Minimalist mini with bow shaped shrug by Halfpenny London.
Bodycon mermaid gown accented with voluminous gloves. Halfpenny London.
Exceptional gloves are an important bridal accessory for Fall 2023. Halfpenny London.
A variety of bridal gowns for every figure by Halfpenny London. Kate Halfpenny is the founder and designer of the brand and is based in London, England.
Floral appliqué mesh long sleeve top over tulle skirt by Verdin Bridal, a New York label.
Just as pretty from the back. Verdin Bridal.
Lingerie inspired bridal gowns continue in popularity, as do the mermaid silhouette. Verdin Bridal.
Embroidered strapless gown with chapel train. Verdin Bridal.
Illusion gown with deep plunge neckline by Fashion Designer, Gustavo Nunez who was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, and is now based in New York. Verdin Bridal.
Some active brides opt for lovely, formal bridal trousers. Nadia Manjarrez.
Hombre tones create a festive, sunset hued bridal gown. By Nadia Manjarrez.
Flattering side panniers add interest at the hip. Nadia Manjarrez serves as the founder and CEO of Nadia Manjarrez Studio Bridal, a Mexican-based bridal atelier that offers versatile, modular, and customizable gowns that seamlessly transition the bride from ceremony to reception. Seeking to empower women in her community, Nadia exclusively employs Mexican female heads of households to make each one of her designs.
Top designer Elie Saab creates fabulous couture bridal gowns.
Feathers are all the rage in the bridal market. This captivating ink black skirt is certainly attention grabbing. Kelly Faetanini.
For the contemporary bride, ballgown with crepe asymmetrical one shoulder neckline and full feather skirt. Kelly Faetanini, a New York brand.
Corset style bodice with sheer embroidered gown by Julie Vino Bridal.
The Julie Vino brand is all about customized drama.
Whisper sheer halter gown covered with intricate embroidery. Julie Vino.
As delicate as a spider’s web. One sleeve trumpet gown by Julie Vino.
Embroidered and beaded corset style gown with gossamer chiffon jacket. Julie Vino.
Barely there illusion gown trimmed in rhinestones will cause more than a sensation. This must be the ultimate va-va-voom bridal gown. Julie Vino.