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The Wedding Dress Trends of 2018 That Every Bride Should Look For

January 29, 2018

Spring 2018 is here and the polls are in. Spoiler alert-- the dress trends for this year are incredible! The Designer Weddings team searched high and low to make sure our boutique keeps up on the latest styles and we think we chose the best of the best. From minimalistic to all over lace, added trains to non-traditional colors, we’ve got all the trends that you need to know about for your upcoming bridal appointment.


Happy shopping, ladies!




Sometimes simple is best and that is certainly the case for these dresses. No fuss, just a clean and modern look. You can’t go wrong a little classic elegance.




Sheer bodices

Sheer bodices accentuate the smallest part of your frame and also hint at the subtlest form of sexiness. Why not feel sexy and look it at the same time?





Turn up the heat and take the plunge because the v-neckline gowns are here to show off your figure and give you a little more open space for some blinging jewelry and drop necklaces.





Love your dress as a whole but have you seen some of them up close and personal? It’s all in the details, folks.




Sleeves and Off-The-Shoulder

Sleeves and off-the-shoulders dresses are back, everybody! This classic style has made a comeback in a big way and brought with it a modern twist.





Added Trains

Two dresses in one? Yes please! Keep the skirt and train for the dramatic and romantic effect during the ceremony and remove it to reveal the sleek dress underneath and dance your night away at the reception. The best of both worlds.



All Over Lace

Let’s just be honest, lace will never go out of style for bridal. But, the latest variation of it is lace from head to toe...or neck to floor. Lace underlays, vintage lace, chantilly. Lace is here to stay.




Non-traditional Colors

And the bride wore...champagne? Blush? Gold? Yes, yes she did. The rules are changing this year and the new rule is: there is no rule. Wear the color you want.



High Necklines

A high neckline doesn’t have to mean matronly. It gives you more room for an illusion, subtle skin showing, and the chance to really play things up with your hair and accessories.





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