2023 Wedding Dress Trends

In total juxtaposition to the minidress trend, these full-skirted gowns leave A-line silhouettes in the dust. Popularly paired with a strapless bodice, the waist-cinching skirt featured everything from cascading floral embellishments to ruffled tiers.


While the major bridal design houses have been offering minidresses as after-party options for some time, with microweddings on the rise and more and more brides taking a fashion risk, these leg-baring beauties are worthy of the main event.


A fashion-forward spin on the traditional veil, many of this season's capes were executed in semi-transparant materials to show off the dress details beneath—or in the same fabric as the dress, for a more sculptural effect.


Designers have been playing with multicolor botanical prints on white background for several seasons, but what feels fresh is the shift towards color as the background, specifically pastel blue and pale pink being the two most popular choices.


Quite possibly one of the most ubiquitous trends this season, sheer layering was the way to go—sometimes with piles of frothy tulle that had an ethereal effect, or in the case of designer Odylyne The Ceremony, as cloud-like see-through sleeves.


This is one of those 2023 wedding dress trends you don't want to miss.

Off-the-Shoulder—with Sleeves

The neckline of-the-moment has a modern Disney Princess feel (anyone else getting Belle vibes?) that was executed in both structural sweetheart shapes, as well as transparent fabrics with floral embellishment.


Bows had a mega-moment in recent years, but this seasons feminine details have a more reigned-in, tailored look that feels a little 1990's Gwyneth Paltrow in the best possible way.

Bow Details

Dimensionality is something bridal designers have experimented with for several seasons, and this year it took on new life in the form of a skirt full of daisies by bridal newcomer (but fashion cult-favorite) Rosie Assoulin, and next-level necklines by Sachin & Babi and Elie Saab.

3-D Florals

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