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Bridal Styles - The Top Wedding Fashion Looks for 2021

by Ivette Manners

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With weddings adapting and changing with unique ideas and styles, picking the perfect wedding gown for the big day is even more meaningful for the bride. Therefore, to help you choose your dream dress wedding style for your much-anticipated wedding day Long Island Bride and Groom has rounded up the top wedding fashion looks for 2021.

PETITE 3D-FLORALS
Firstly, flower embellishments are a wedding fashion favorite, especially when they add dimension and pop to a wedding gowns silhouette. This season, designers detailed dresses with tiny blooms that call to mind an enchanted garden, as seen in Ines Di Santo’s collection with a tulle A-line dress dotted with charming petals. 
 
 
Additionally, Blue Willow Bride by Anne Barge’s mermaid gown is daintily-detailed with off-the-shoulder sleeves and allover 3D-floral embroidery.
 
                                                 Photo: Blue Willow Bride by Anne Barge’s

WEDDING FASHION TEXTURED FABRIC FOR 2021
In a similar fashion, designers took gowns of luxurious fabrications to the next level with elegant brocade and ornate lace for beautiful texture. For instance, Ines Di Santo used floral-embossed, silk jacquard for a stunning high-low trumpet gown. In addition, Hayley Paige designed her long-sleeved, fit-to-flare gown with richly-embroidered tulle over a luxurious cashmere lining. 
 
2021 BALLGOWN FASHION REFRESH
For this seasons’ bridal fashion look, the ballgown silhouette features a more modern look with a detachable or overskirt that reveals sassy shorts or a miniskirt underneath. For example, Rosa Clará’s regal princess gown transforms from a full skirt to caped hot pants to take you from ceremony to afterparty. Likewise, the box-pleated skirt on Justin Alexander Signature’s strapless ballgown conceals a fun miniskirt that peeks out from under a thigh-high slit. 

CHIC MINIMALISM
Bridal minimalism is back with wedding fashion-forward details that are clean and sleek. However, these designs are far from boring. They feature embroidered illusion tulle backs as illustrated with Blue Willow Bride by Anne Barge’s bateau-neck, fit-to-flare gown. Similarly, Woná Concept’s one-shoulder sheath with an elegant coordinating cape.
 
CORSET REDUX
The exposed-corset bodice came into fashion with the rise of the sexy wedding dress. Since then, brides want less Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” look and more modern princess. A few examples are, Monique Lhuillier designs which play up the corset bodice on her tulle ballgown with 3D floral-embellishments. Or, Galia Lahav’s new collection GALA features a French lace-and-silk tulle ballgown highlighted by a draped corset bodice. 

BANDED V-NECKLINE
However, for brides that are looking for something different, designers introduced a new neckline this season. This look features a banded waist-and-deep V-neck detail that cinches the waist and enhances the bustline. Therefore, Anne Barge combined the contemporary plunging neckline with the textured fabric on her silk duchess, floral jacquard A-line gown. In the same way, Ines Di Santo glams up a minimalist sheath with the deep V-neckline and illusion tulle insets.

DETACHABLE SLEEVES
Loved for their versatility and functionality, removable sleeves allow you to change up your bridal look. A great example of this is Lihi Hod’s strapless A-line gown which features embroidered, detachable tulle poet sleeves tied up with bows. Or, Galia Lahav pairs a curve-hugging, beaded-and-3D embroidered mermaid gown with opera glove-like sleeves. 
 
EVENINGWEAR-INSPIRED
With elegant, intimate weddings at home currently all the rage, eveningwear-inspired bridal looks are in order. Think The Great Gatsby or Downton Abbey-like affairs with gowns exuding Old Hollywood glamour. Additionally, keep the champagne flowing and the hors d’oeuvres aplenty for a cocktail party-ready beaded sheath by Jenny Packham. Or, a film star-worthy gown like Atelier Pronovia’s fluid crepe mermaid dress featuring a plunging neckline and high-slit skirt.

PEEKABOO SIDES
As a result, gowns with revealing side cutouts that have been seen on the best-dressed celebrities on the red carpet have transcended to bridal fashion. Designer Hayley Paige adds peekaboo sides to a delightfully-embellished, fit-to-flare gown in her main collection. Additionally, she adds a sweetheart-neckline ballgown in her Blush by Hayley Paige line.  
 
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With weddings adapting and changing with unique ideas and styles, picking the perfect wedding gown for the big day is even more meaningful for the bride. Therefore, to help you choose your dream dress wedding style for your much-anticipated wedding day Long Island Bride and Groom has rounded up the top wedding fashion looks for 2021.

PETITE 3D-FLORALS
Firstly, flower embellishments are a wedding fashion favorite, especially when they add dimension and pop to a wedding gowns silhouette. This season, designers detailed dresses with tiny blooms that call to mind an enchanted garden, as seen in Ines Di Santo’s collection with a tulle A-line dress dotted with charming petals. 
 
 
Additionally, Blue Willow Bride by Anne Barge’s mermaid gown is daintily-detailed with off-the-shoulder sleeves and allover 3D-floral embroidery.
 
                                                 Photo: Blue Willow Bride by Anne Barge’s

WEDDING FASHION TEXTURED FABRIC FOR 2021
In a similar fashion, designers took gowns of luxurious fabrications to the next level with elegant brocade and ornate lace for beautiful texture. For instance, Ines Di Santo used floral-embossed, silk jacquard for a stunning high-low trumpet gown. In addition, Hayley Paige designed her long-sleeved, fit-to-flare gown with richly-embroidered tulle over a luxurious cashmere lining. 
 
2021 BALLGOWN FASHION REFRESH
For this seasons’ bridal fashion look, the ballgown silhouette features a more modern look with a detachable or overskirt that reveals sassy shorts or a miniskirt underneath. For example, Rosa Clará’s regal princess gown transforms from a full skirt to caped hot pants to take you from ceremony to afterparty. Likewise, the box-pleated skirt on Justin Alexander Signature’s strapless ballgown conceals a fun miniskirt that peeks out from under a thigh-high slit. 

CHIC MINIMALISM
Bridal minimalism is back with wedding fashion-forward details that are clean and sleek. However, these designs are far from boring. They feature embroidered illusion tulle backs as illustrated with Blue Willow Bride by Anne Barge’s bateau-neck, fit-to-flare gown. Similarly, Woná Concept’s one-shoulder sheath with an elegant coordinating cape.
 
CORSET REDUX
The exposed-corset bodice came into fashion with the rise of the sexy wedding dress. Since then, brides want less Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” look and more modern princess. A few examples are, Monique Lhuillier designs which play up the corset bodice on her tulle ballgown with 3D floral-embellishments. Or, Galia Lahav’s new collection GALA features a French lace-and-silk tulle ballgown highlighted by a draped corset bodice. 

BANDED V-NECKLINE
However, for brides that are looking for something different, designers introduced a new neckline this season. This look features a banded waist-and-deep V-neck detail that cinches the waist and enhances the bustline. Therefore, Anne Barge combined the contemporary plunging neckline with the textured fabric on her silk duchess, floral jacquard A-line gown. In the same way, Ines Di Santo glams up a minimalist sheath with the deep V-neckline and illusion tulle insets.

DETACHABLE SLEEVES
Loved for their versatility and functionality, removable sleeves allow you to change up your bridal look. A great example of this is Lihi Hod’s strapless A-line gown which features embroidered, detachable tulle poet sleeves tied up with bows. Or, Galia Lahav pairs a curve-hugging, beaded-and-3D embroidered mermaid gown with opera glove-like sleeves. 
 
EVENINGWEAR-INSPIRED
With elegant, intimate weddings at home currently all the rage, eveningwear-inspired bridal looks are in order. Think The Great Gatsby or Downton Abbey-like affairs with gowns exuding Old Hollywood glamour. Additionally, keep the champagne flowing and the hors d’oeuvres aplenty for a cocktail party-ready beaded sheath by Jenny Packham. Or, a film star-worthy gown like Atelier Pronovia’s fluid crepe mermaid dress featuring a plunging neckline and high-slit skirt.

PEEKABOO SIDES
As a result, gowns with revealing side cutouts that have been seen on the best-dressed celebrities on the red carpet have transcended to bridal fashion. Designer Hayley Paige adds peekaboo sides to a delightfully-embellished, fit-to-flare gown in her main collection. Additionally, she adds a sweetheart-neckline ballgown in her Blush by Hayley Paige line.  
 
Check out the wedding boutique on our website.

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