2023 Bridal Trends

2023 Bridal Trends

As Bridal Weeks 2023 comes to a close and the catwalks slow to a stop, the designer trends set to define the upcoming year in bridal fashion have certainly made themselves known. In 2022, we saw suits and separates, cut-outs and pops of color, high necklines, square necklines, ruffles, bows, and corsets. This year’s emerging trends stand on the shoulders of the stunning styles of the past season, expanding upon their established expressions of beauty rather than replacing them.2023 further explores these designs, bringing us asymmetrical off-the-shoulder necklines, separates, minis, and elaborate ball gowns, and dramatized textures — from frothy ruffles and statement bows to oversized florals and structural elements exposed through sheer fabrics, intentionally revealing the intricacies of a gown’s construction below its surface. Color continues to show itself, straying from the path of tradition. As with all trends, some will appeal to your personal tastes, and some will not. The one trend that will continue is individuality. Regardless of the ever-evolving standards that even our favorite designers may set, selecting the wedding dress that you feel your most radiant, confident self in will always be in style.



2023 Bridal Trend: Color



Embodying multiple of this season’s trends, the Alana ball gown blends muted colors with large florals to create a show-stopping entrance and exit.



Combining sheer cut-outs with striking black lace, Veronica creates an unexpected elegance of its own. Also available in all white.


2023 Bridal Trend: Separates & Minis


Whether you’re dress shopping for your rehearsal, ceremony, or reception, these cuties from our separate collection are sure to make you swoon. Bridal separates give you the flexibility to choose between a short look, a long look, or both! As shown above, the Bianca outfit stuns with the short skirt option. Alternatively, Bianca can also be paired with a long circle skirt. Shown right, the Shiloh romper offers ultimate comfort and can be paired with a fluttering overskirt for an exciting, post-ceremony reveal.


2023 Bridal Trends: Cut-Outs & Sheer


These creative pops of skin add that touch of mystery and sex appeal that this season’s bride is dreaming of. Whether incorporated into the neckline, bodice, or skirt, cut-outs and sheer fabrics bring modernity to even the most classic styles. The Ophelia dress (left) elevates the standard one-shoulder neckline with a tear-drop-shaped cut-out. The Renee dress (right) features sheer, V-shaped panels down the front and sides of its bodice, as well as a front skirt slit. Now, let’s talk about capes. The Celeste cape (middle) adds a regal dimension to any bridal look and offers an alternative to a traditional veil, as well.


2023 Bridal Trends: Ball Gowns & Bows


Bows, bows, and more bows! Whether big or small, soft or structured, bows add a touch of femininity and always make a statement. On the Charlotte dress (middle) an oversized, structured bow creates a dramatic look, with long trailing tails that extend beyond the skirt’s train. On the Miranda dress (left) a relaxed, fluffed bow adds a certain romantic softness along the waist. The classic ball gown is always a show-stopper, as demonstrated by the Genevieve dress (right.)


2023 Bridal Trends: Interesting Necklines


This season’s collections offer a mesmerizing range of neckline variety, perfect for the modern bride seeking a look that sets her apart from the rest.
Looking towards the contemporary side of design, the Naomi dress (left) features a high, halter neckline, softened with a romantic, chiffon bow.
For a more traditional-leaning look, the Chelsea dress (middle) offers a bateaux neckline, dramatized with deep décolletage.
As for the daring bride, the cut-out, one-shoulder Ophelia dress (right) is sure to be the one.


2023 Bridal Trends: Great Backs


The drama of the back of a dress never goes out of style, and this season’s trends ensure your walk down the aisle stuns from every angle. Lace-up variations are maintaining their charm in 2023, showing up in both traditional corset gowns like the Quinn (left,) and more modern, subtle approaches, like the Stella (right.)
In terms of bridal minimalism, we’re also seeing the rise of low, square backs, as seen in the Tess gown (middle).


2023 Bridal Trends: Shown-Off Shoulders


Forever fan-favorite, off-the-shoulder necklines delicately frame your upper body and create effortlessly romantic bridal looks. The Elise dress combines several of this season’s trends: an off-the-shoulder neckline, statement back bow, and a polka dot texture give Elise her own special charm. The Felicity gown brings a touch of bohemian flair with unique Italian filigree lace accents along the neckline and shoulders. Always a classic, the Michelle gown pairs an elegant off-the-shoulder collar and back bow with a curve-hugging silhouette.


2023 Bridal Trends: Florals



Florals are a timeless aspect of traditional bridal aesthetics. This season, we’re seeing florals in entirely new ways, from dramatic ceremony decor to cutting-edge gown expressions, in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. The Liza gown (right) creates fairytale bridal looks with the dreamy, earthy texture of 3D flowers. The Chelsea gown (middle) mesmerizes with a subtle, eye-catching surface using one of this season’s latest twists: floral jacquard fabric. For the bold bride dreaming of a look that truly sets her apart, our lovely Alana gown (left) turns your wedding day into a garden party with the opulence of colorful lace flowers.