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9 Bridal Trends You’re About to See on the Summer Wedding Circuit Is it an exaggeration to say that Instagram has changed weddings? Now that every event on the path to getting married is up for documentation—the proposal, the engagement party, the bridal shower, even the cake tasting—brides are under a lot of (perhaps self-inflicted) pressure to wear the perfect look for every occasion, not just the part where they say “I do.” This was a major talking point of the Spring 2019 bridal shows ; in her coverage of Wes Gordon’s first collection for Carolina Herrera , Vogue’s Laird Borrelli-Persson wrote that Gordon has “observed that some brides who come to Herrera for one dress leave with three.” Perhaps those three frocks include a dress for the rehearsal dinner, a gown for the ceremony, and another for the reception. However, another growing trend for Spring was on the opposite end of the spectrum: detachable pieces, like sleeves, trains, and overskirts. Brides can add or subtract them to transform their gowns—no second (or third) dress needed. Another fascination of the bridal world this season? The royal wedding, which is just a month away. Below, we’ve called out more of the top trends from the Spring 2019 shows; you can expect to see them all next summer at your friends’ nuptials (and in Vogue’s wedding coverage). It was abundantly clear that bridal designers had Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s May 19 wedding on their minds. Several of them actually submitted sketches for Markle’s consideration, including Inbal Dror, and Monique Lhuillier’s elegant long-sleeved lace gown was made specifically for the future princess—or at least brides who want to look like one.
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