The Best Trends From New York Bridal Fashion Week

Nothing like a bit of bridal inspiration to brighten up your day.

If you're in the market for a wedding gown - or simply perusing out of interest (guilty!) - take a look at some of the incredible dresses fresh off the catwalk in New York.

Here are some notable bridal trends this year:

Off-the-shoulder

This trend has pervaded all levels of fashion - from street wear to bridal wear! Everyone was celebrating this fairytale look, including designers like Marchesa, Hailey Paige and Australia's own Pallas Couture.

 

 

 

A dash of drama and a pinch of pretty #repost #jimhjelmbyhayleypaige #runway #bridal #dreamdress #weddingwednesday

A photo posted by Jim Hjelm (@jim_hjelm) on

 

Capes

Capes and capelets were also on-trend, featuring in shows like Latelier Couture, Carolina Herrera and Mira and Lihi Zwillinger. Perfect for a bride who loves a bit of drama. 

 

 

 

Precious cargo. #carolinaherrerabride

A photo posted by Carolina Herrera (@houseofherrera) on

 

Blush

The phrase "blushing bride" has reached a whole new level. Pink-hued gowns were plentiful and a perfect combination of modern and romantic. 

 

 

A beauty in blush! ?? @legendsromonakeveza xoxo #latelierbride #legendsromonakeveza #bridalmarket #nybfw #spring2017 #bridalfashionweek

A photo posted by L'atelier Couture (@lateliercouture) on

 

 

Sweet ombré dreams from our #bridal show today at @kleinfeldbridal! #bridalfashionweek

A photo posted by Christian Siriano (@csiriano) on

 

Pants

Why should men be the only ones to rock a suit? Seventies-style flares are appearing in bridal collections, and they've never looked sexier or more sophisticated. A special shout-out to the gorgeous retro-bride by Ellie Saab. 

 

 

 

Browse through our gallery (top of page) to see the best looks from New York Bridal Fashion Week.

 

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