After an abbreviated but hopeful Spring 2021 Bridal Week, the Fall 2021 season returned in full-force-ish.
Due to the pandemic, instead of rushing all over New York City to see in-person shows and presentations, the event went virtual, with video presentations and Zoom appointments for much-appreciated social interaction. Perusing bridal dresses and separates never fails to bring the warm and fuzzies, but it’s also impossible to look to the upcoming wedding seasons without considering the unpredictability and uncertainty in the months ahead. Fittingly, the Fall 2021 offerings really do cover a wide spectrum of wedding celebrations and style preferences.
After graduating from Central St Martins, Hermione de Paula launched her eponymous label. With tenures at Dior Couture, Alexander McQueen, and John Galliano, de Paula embraced understated elegance that she employed with exquisite botanical detailing when she opened her bridal studio in 2015. Extremely romantic, the label’s designs are covered in intricate beadings of English florals to make the dreamiest of bridal gowns. The label also injects bold bridal looks in shocking reds that are perfect for the fearless who wants a standout wedding look for the books.
Hermione de Paula Fall 2020
The “Midnight Rose” and “Dusky Rose” collections from Hermione de Paula’s Fall 2020 show are filled with exquisite floral embroidery, beading, and fringe work. Light and airy, the gowns are all about movement in organza overskirts, billowing tulle sleeves, and sheer capelets. Modern takes come in the form of a jumpsuit with a tulle overskirt and a
Carly Cushnie may have just launched her bridal line in 2019 but the label is quickly becoming a favorite of contemporary brides everywhere. With fitted, streamlined looks and her signature minimalist-with-a-twist take on clothes, the pieces are form-fitting, powerful, and modern. A fun, fresh take on bridalwear.
Cushnie Bridal Spring 2020
A play on cut and symmetry, Cushnie Bridal’s Spring 2020 features edgy square cuts, flared pants, and capes. The details are unexpected yet subtle: spaghetti straps over off-the-shoulder lace, lace capes on a structured pantsuit, and one-shoulder sleeves. Powerful and versatile, these are highly functional pieces brides can wear over and over.
“Style 311” square neck sleeveless column gown with detachable train.
“Style 310” One-shoulder flutter sleeve gown with lace trim on asymmetrical neckline and thigh slit.
“Style 704” long-sleeved wide leg jumpsuit with plunging neckline and
After tying the knot, Magdalena and Iain Gordon went on a tour of Scotland to celebrate, but wanting to make the most of their wedding outfits, they decided to do the whole adventure still wearing them.
The couple, who met around eight years ago when they worked together, spent three days documenting their travels around scenic spots in Scotland with a selfie stick.
Magdalena, 41, wore a flowing white wedding gown with 20 layers of fabric, and dried it out overnight when it got muddy, after marrying on Wednesday 7 Sept.
And husband Iain, 36, wore his kilt including a tartan cap, a sporran, and knee-high socks, for the jaunt.
Magdalena said: ‘The main thing is enjoyment.
‘My dress was a gift from a friend from work, she was going to give it to charity, but then she gave
Fashion designer Elie Saab’s bridal collection embodies the same elements as the Lebanese designer’s Couture house. While known for his ultra feminine and awe-inspiring red carpet gowns—he’s a favorite among the Hollywood set—Saab’s design roots are grounded in bridal. “I like feminine elegance, not extravagance,” Saab has been known to say. And that’s clear in his beautiful collections of wedding dresses below.
Elie Saab Bridal 2021
The Elie Saab Bridal 2021 collection delivers a romantic and feminine collection that touches on all of the house’s signature details. From ornate embroidery and sequins to feminine lace, and even Elie Saab’s traditional white belt touch, this collection evokes with Saab calls “contemporary feminine.”
In accordance with our diversity pledge, it’s our duty to note that at the time of publishing, this brand/designer did not include BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) in their Fall 2021 campaign imagery. We have since reached out
Tina Nguyen has a track record of helping people in need, whether it’s providing homeless women and children with care kits or fundraising for a local Minneapolis, Minn. pie shop owner put out of business by the pandemic. But her latest deed of offering her wedding dress for brides getting married during this unprecedented time is gaining nationwide attention as women across the country join her effort to give every bride an unforgettable day.
“What a privilege it was for me to have everything I wanted, to have the beautiful dress, the beautiful day,” Nguyen tells Yahoo Life of her September 2019 wedding. “To look back with the economic downturn that we are facing, especially with George Floyd, all of the racism and all of the pain that our cities face, I wanted to do something. I wanted to bring back joy. I wanted somebody’s first next life… when you
In the past, people thought that red was the color of China, so red bridesmaid dresses were relatively rare, but now, red bridesmaid gowns have become a trend, and more and more people choose red bridesmaids dresses because red often gives people a noble and luxurious feeling .
Red is a romantic color, so when choosing bridesmaid dresses for a bridal party, the bride will naturally prefer this dazzling color.No matter which color you prefer, such bold colors ensures your bridesmaids don’t blend into the crowd.
Red bridesmaid dresses is a huge wedding style trend, as all manner of burgundy, maroon, apple and cherry shades make a comeback for bridesmaids. Choosing red dresses for bridesmaids is a no-brainer; the hue is flattering, versatile and not to mention an all-round gorgeous wedding colour palette. Whether you’re planning a festive winter wedding, your big day falls on a crisp day in autumn
Lazaro Perez is the designer behind his eponymous label, Lazaro, and bridge collection, Tara Keely. Originally from Cuba, Lazaro began his career as a pattern maker designing for a couture bridal shop in Chicago and in 1994 Joe Murphy, JLM Couture President, and CEO, brought Lazaro into the JLM group known for housing award-winning labels such as Hayley Paige and Allison Webb. Scroll below to see recent and past bridal collections from Lazaro.
Lazaro Spring 2021
From gowns crafted in Alençon lace and gold embossed organza to cascading ruffles and plunging necklines, Lazaro’s Spring 2021 collection is certainly not for the wallflower bride. Statement-making brides will love this collection for its body-hugging silhouettes, shimmering blush tulles, and dramatic asymmetrical hemlines.
“Vienna” ivory petal embroidered A-line gown, strapless sweetheart neckline with off the shoulder cap sleeve, corset bodice, natural waist, circular skirt with horsehair trim, chapel train.