What will 2019/2020 brides be wearing to their weddings?
Find out the latest in bridal fashion for 2019 from the leading names in bridal design, coming together at the end of March for London Bridal Fashion week and White Gallery.
One of the many unmissable trends from London Bridal Fashion Week incorporating White Gallery is oversized embellishment.
Designers are covering gowns with bold accents, with the use of feathered skirts, 3D flowers and bows featuring prominently in many collections.
Feathered skirts offer a stylish edge while remaining subtle, and this is evident in Pronovias’ Risuena gown. The marvellous mermaid gown radiates elegance, while the feathered skirt creates a feminine look.
Ronald Joyce’s gowns also feature the oversized embellishment trend with many of the designs including 3D flowers.
Bows can be found in Savin London’s designs and are a statement piece for the fashion-forward, confident bride.
Beside Couture by Gemy
Another key trend we expect to see is detailed embroidery.
Leading brands will be showcasing this trend throughout their collections, including a selection of Phoenix Gowns dresses that have stunning star details and Beside Couture by Gemy designs that feature intricate fabric work.
Minimalism at its finest, many designers have chosen simple detailing in their designs.
Elbeth Gillis Luminescence Collection features many satin wedding gowns.
Another designer bringing the simple silhouettes trend to White Gallery 2019 is Theia.
With simple detailing in many of their gowns, they show that sometimes less, is in fact, more.
This new trend is perfect fashion-forward brides who love to stay in style.
Making a statement on your wedding day or breaking traditions is easy with this trend.
These designers have created stunning jumpsuits that are the definition of elegance and sophistication.