These are the 7 most popular wedding dress styles right now
Grace Loves Lace
The Australian brand’s known for its stuninng boho-esque styles, and one of its creations was also the most pinned in 2016. With elegant full length sleeves, a stunning low back accentuated by abstract rose embroidery, this sophisticated number is proving to be the brand’s bestseller.
The bohemian wedding dress trend isn’t going anywhere and this airy number with intricately crafted lace detailing is proof of that. Soft casual updos or flowing tresses, flowers in your hair and free-wheeling or hand-gathered bouquets are just right to go with Anna Campbell’s Savannah dress.
If the design of this vintage-esque gown looks familiar, it might be that it bears a resemblance to the Duchess of Cambridge’s iconic wedding dress designed by Sarah Burton. And with a name like Catherine, we’re not surprised if it took inspiration from the former.
The Mikada may have been unveiled in 2016, but this timelessly gorgeous piece with an elaborate hand-beaded bodice, high neckline and simple flowing skirts is still high on the most-pinned list right now.
The Australian label’s contemporary yet feminine creations have been a hit with minimalist brides – and the Mabel two-piece ensemble from its Wild Hearts collection is an example why. With capped sleeves, a fitted silhouette and mid-riff baring cropped length, it oozes chic simplicity.
With its sexy off-shoulder design that flows into sheer lace sleeves and a voluminous tulle skirt with a dramatic train, the Sunshine gown is nothing short of spectacular if you’re on the search for a modern princess ballgown.
Brides after a chic, youthful and feminine look, New York designer Hailey Paige is your go-to. The Chandon gown is every part fit for the modern bride after a fairy tale look with its dreamy criss-crossed tulle bodice and floaty tiered skirts.