Favorite Wedding Dresses From Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019
With the change in season comes another fun event, the Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019 collections. I always enjoy seeing the new dresses. And it’s great inspiration for your wedding and your wedding attire.
Interestingly, this season there weren’t a ton of dresses that I fell in love with. Many times there will be so many awesome wedding dresses that I just can’t choose. But, not this time.
Everything seems to be going the way of the Kardashian. There were tons of naked, see through, uber-fitted wedding dresses. Which I’m just not loving for many reasons. The biggest reason being that it’s not very flattering unless you’re a model.
And how many of us are models?
Answer: Not many.
But, outside of the sea of Kardasian style dresses, there were some standout wedding dresses that I’ve picked out just for you. Here are my favorite wedding dresses from the bridal fashion week fall 2019 collections.
Colored wedding dresses from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019
First up are the colored dresses. I love me a good colored wedding dress! White and ivory are great, but color?! It makes my heart sing.
This dusty rose beaded beauty by Anita Dongre is stunning. Outside of the beautiful design, the sheer long sleeves and slight collar at the back are some of my favorite details in this wedding dress.
If pink is too bold for you, how about this gold beige wedding dress by EP by Elisabetta Polignano? It’s fun. It’s cute. And it looks totally comfortable. How many wedding dresses can you say about that?
What’s fun about this Hermoine de Paula wedding dress is the combo of the multi-colored embroidery and the peach tulle skirt overlay. Which gives you two looks in one! No need to change your dress, just remove (or add) the skirt!
My eye always gravitates toward Leanne Marshall’s wedding dresses for their flow and color. This blue and white high necked dress is another beauty. And I love that it’s not just color you see in the design, but a slight pattern too which gives it some additional texture.
What I love about this Lela Rose tea length wedding dress is the subtle use of color. There are just hints of it, but it’s enough that it makes it interesting. And those blush nude shoes just puts the cherry on top.
Vera Wang does a great job of giving us nude, but not naked. And I love this wedding dress because of the halter neck wrap. It adds a nice shape over the bodice and is unexpected.
Not so average strapless wedding dresses from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019
Strapless wedding dresses have been the dominant style for a long time. So, they’ve been done and done again. And while a great strapless dress is great, it’s fun when they have a little twist. These were my favorite not so average strapless wedding dresses from the bridal fashion week fall 2019 collections.
Check out this two tier strapless dress by EP by Elisabetta Polignano. The straight textured skirt is a nice contrast to the flowing satiny skirt above. And let’s not forget that v cut neckline, waist cinching tie and pockets! Fun stuff!
When strapless wedding dresses go big it’s usually more of a cinderella ballgown type dress. What I love about this Galia Lahav Couture wedding dress is that leg slit! It’s so unexpected on this silhouette and that hint of skin is really appealing. Also, if you’re into sparkle, this dress has lots of shine.
What I love about this beautifully simple Half Penny London wedding dress is the combo of structured (and beaded) bodice with a flowy skirt. It’s a little more casual, but fun and modern.
Like the unexpected leg slit above, I love this unexpected peekaboo cut out wedding dress by Limor Rosen. And I also really love the neckline of this dress. That in combo with the hint of skin is beautiful.
Interesting sleeved wedding dresses from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019
Now we can’t talk about strapless wedding dresses and not also talk about sleeved wedding dresses. I love that sleeved wedding dresses are back and what’s great is there are so many ways to do sleeves! Here are some of my favorite interesting sleeved wedding dresses from the bridal fashion week fall 2019 collections.
This Tadashi Shoji wedding dress is a heavily detailed one. But, it’s detail is beautiful and with those dolman sleeves and the interesting cut out neckline it creates a different shape.
What’s fun about this Idan Cohen wedding dress is the off the shoulder sleeve. It’s a one shoulder dress and yet, it’s not which I love. And in a world of dresses with floral or “pretty” patterns, the plaid adds another level of fun too.
How fun is this Temperley wedding dress?! The illusion of the sheer top makes it look like the cuff is hovering. And with that accent detail along the collarbone, it’s so flattering. It has the shape of a strapless dress, but the functionality of a sleeved dress. So great!
Sleeves come in all shapes and sizes and this puff sleeve wedding dress by Galia Lahav Couture is both old school and modern. The shape and style is so interesting and dreamy.
Show Stopping veils from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019
One of my favorite things about the last few bridal collections is the return of veils. And not just normal veils, but show stopping veils. Where the veil isn’t just an accessory, but a part of the whole look.
This embellished veil by Reem Acra focuses right around her face. It doesn’t block her face, but adds a pattern and design to not only the wedding dress, but her skin. And the contrast between the larger pattern on the veil and the smaller patter on the dress, is beautiful.
On the flip side, this Elie Saab embellished veil is all about the back view. The flowers and leaves accentuate not only her wedding dress, but her hair style. And it all flows down her back which gives a beautiful sensation.
Gorgeous, right?! Those were my favorite wedding dresses and veils from bridal fashion week. Now tell me which were your favorites? Please share below!
(Photo credit: All photos are credited to the designer with the exception of the Lela Rose dress which was taken by Taylor Jewell and the Tadashi Shoji dress which was taken by Angelo Sgambati.)