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January 2018

18 Mesmerising Wedding Gown Trends Every Bride Needs to Know For Fall/Winter 2018

Walk down the aisle in this season’s trendiest wedding fashion from our latest Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook.

A new year, a new start. To kick 2018 off right, we’re thrilled to introduce our latest Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook of wedding dresses to help brides in their search for that one gown that rule them all. Browse through the endless beauties featured in our Lookbook and be pampered by an eclectic mix of textures and colours, and sweet and sexy dresses for your 2018 (or 2019!) wedding.

These are the 18 mesmerising wedding trends you have to look out for in 2018.

1. Illusion Necklines

Illusion necklines are popular among brides because of its romantic yet sensual nature, offering the wearer the option of bearing as much or as little of her décolletage as she wants, and can be paired with any silhouette from ballgowns to mermaid dresses.

Amanda Lee WeddingsThe Aisle Bridal

2. Princess Silhouettes

Sweet, demure and universally flattering, gowns with a princess A-line silhouette cannot go wrong and will withstand the test of time.

Z Wedding DesignLa Belle Couture

3. Off-shoulder Dresses

Elegant, sweet, romantic and flirtatious all at once, it’s obvious why the off-shoulder trend is here to stay and going strong.

The Wedding PresentWhiteLink Bridal

4. Barely-There Dresses

Barely-there dresses are getting increasingly popular amongst brides for its sensual yet romantic and elegant silhouette. The see-through nature of these dresses also allow the lace embellishments on it to pop, drawing attention to the intricacy and details of the lace fabric.

Z Wedding DesignLa Belle Couture

5. Elaborate Patterns

Lace fabric in bold and elaborate patterns are gaining momentum as brides prefer laser-cut standout details that are different from the usual lace floral patterns most wedding gowns favour.

La Belle CoutureDivine Couture

6. Fit for Royalty

Cape-like details and decadent beaded embellishments add a regal touch that’s perfect for a grand occasion such as your wedding.

Seletar BroadwayThe Aisle Bridal

7. Pastel Shades

Wedding gowns in light pastel shades are great alternatives to the traditional white wedding gown for brides who want to wear a coloured gown for her big day without looking like she’s dressed in an evening gown.

My Dream WeddingSeletar Broadway

8. Flesh-Toned Gowns

Flesh-toned gowns provide brides with another alternative to the traditional white wedding gown without wearing a coloured gown.

The Wedding PresentDivine Couture

9. Lace

Lace is still the undefeated choice of embellishment for wedding gowns and it’s no wonder. Delicate and romantic, intricate and feminine, lace completes a wedding gown without going over the top with details or trying too hard.

Jess Haute CoutureWhiteLink Bridal

10. Sexy Mermaids

Who doesn’t love a sexy mermaid dress? This figure-hugging silhouette nips and flares at all the right places, exuding an elegant and sophisticated look that is both feminine and sultry at the same time.

The Wedding PresentSilhouette the Atelier

11. Thigh-High Slits

One of my favourite wedding trends this season, I love the sexy and flirty thigh-high slit for that shy but come-hither look. Pair this trend with a lace or illusion sleeved bodice for a sweet but coquettish look, or opt for an elegant yet sensual option with a seductive neckline.

Silhouette the AtelierDivine Couture

12. Sweet and Sultry

Flaunt your sultry side with a deep V-neckline that shows off your beautiful décolletage and tame the sexiness down with a demure silhouette like the princess A-line or dreamy details like delicate lace.

Luna Bianca Bridal

13. Bold Colours

While light pastel shades are perfect for daytime, darker colours are more appropriate for your night time banquet celebrations. Rich and bold, these hues exude a sense of formality and grandeur that is perfect for weddings.

Jawn Happy.Ever.After

14. Black and White

As modern brides become more open-minded and adventurous, they are more accepting of wearing black for their wedding day. Consider adding some black elements to your white wedding gown without going all black and shocking your elders.

Amanda Lee Weddings

15. Low Back

Low back gowns are perfect alternatives for brides who wish to bare some skin without exposing any cleavage.

Flamingo BridalLuna Bianca Bridal

16. Modern Simplicity

Gowns with a clean, modern and elegant silhouette can never go wrong. They’re perfect for minimalist brides who prefer a simple dress to one full of details, and never go out of style.

My Dream WeddingYvonne Creative Bridal

17. Lace Sleeves

Lace sleeved wedding gowns were made popular by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, when she wore one for her wedding seven years ago. Demure and romantic, lace sleeves add an undeniably feminine touch to any gown.

Jess Haute CoutureMy Dream Wedding

18. Wintry Accents

Channel the spirit (and chill) of Winter by adding wintry elements such as reflective or silver lace details that resembles the glimmer of snow in the sun, or mimic a fur-rimmed hem with dreamy fabric flower appliqués around the hem of your gown.

Flamingo BridalYvonne Creative Bridal

For more wedding gown beauties that are trending this season, head on over to our Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook.

Organiser and Publisher: SingaporeBridesPhotography: Darren Gabriel LeowHair and Makeup: Alycia Tan Makeup & HairHair Accessories: Luisa Vass Millinery

Credits: Feature Image from Silhouette the Atelier.

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18 Mesmerising Wedding Gown Trends Every Bride Needs to Know For Fall/Winter 2018