Bridal Fashion Week 2019 has come and gone and now it’s time to marvel at all the beautiful, couture creations it brought us. It gave us amazing moments, from high fashion to traditional, stunning gowns, and as a Pittsburgh wedding photographer, I can’t wait to see these trends in all the upcoming fall weddings.
Lots of us have had our dream wedding dress in mind since we were little, but seeing some inspiration from designers never hurt anyone! Whether you’re the classical type, or a boho bride, a rustic or glam girl, I know you all love bridal gowns as much as me, so I decided to round up my favorite trends for Fall of 2019, straight from the runway.
The Crop Top Makes a comeback
Such a cool and beautiful look, the two piece gown first made its appearance a few years ago and it seems to have resurfaced on the runway! Prepare to see tons of separate gowns, showing some skin and still being drop dead gorgeous.
Try out a Jumpsuit
If you’re more of a modern bride, you may like this look. It’s such a cool alternative to the all too familiar white dress, keeping the stylish vibe while bringing its own little twist. I have to say I sort of favor traditional, classical gowns, but for some reason this original idea has me in love.
Short dresses are here to stay
Some call it bridal minis, I just call them stunning! It comes in all shapes and styles, depending on what you like. It can be a short dress or a mini skirt, as long as you rock those legs! I can see this looking lovely as an after party look to make your guests’ mouths drop.
The royal wedding
With a wedding that was watched by over 22.8 million people, it was to be expected that Meghan Markle would be a source of inspiration for designers worldwide. Clean and minimalist silhouettes invaded the catwalks. Both the dress that the Duchess of Sussex wore for the ceremony and the one she wore at the reception are a trend for this fall, and I love it!
The Short-Long trend
The catwalks were filled with dresses with different lengths. From embroidery to minimalist, this look inspired by ballerina tutus made me want to photograph one! This would look amazing in your Pittsburgh wedding!
With volume, embroidery or lace, this romantic trend is here to stay. It gives off a Renaissance vibe, so I can see it complementing your whole wedding aesthetic.