Say ‘I Do’ to the Latest Bridal Trends
Published on May 25, 2017
As a general trend, weddings have become increasingly more involved as well as unique over the past decade. With the invention of wedding hashtags, bridesmaid proposals and more, the wedding industry is continuously evolving.
Until the last year or so, wedding gowns have remained somewhat traditional. Here and there, the daring bride wears a not-so-traditional color down the aisle or she makes the dress her own in another way. But now, designers are taking this idea of the unique bride to heart in their designs. Powerhouse bridal designers like Monique Lhuillier, Vera Wang and even Carolina Hererra are adding modern twists to an otherwise very traditional ceremony.
Below, see our top favorite trends from 2018’s Bridal Fashion Week. We’ve hinted at our favorite Roberto Coin jewels to pair with each one. There’s no time like the present to start planning for the best day of your life!
One: Dramatic Bows. Since the bow is the dramatic focal point of your wedding look, we suggest opting for very classic earrings. After all, the only thing your groom has his eyes on will be you!
Classic Diamond Drop earrings add just enough glimmer to make his eyes pop!
Two: Florals Galore. Just as florals for spring are groundbreaking, flora and fauna for weddings are equally as classic. However, designers are putting a 3-D effect on their gowns to bring structure to the forefront.
Diamonds and flowers are a winning combination no matter where you find them. These Cento Fiore earrings are the perfect accent.
Three: Romantic Shoulders. For the bride who dreamt of being a feminine goddess on her big day, this trend is for you.
A dramatic diamond drop is the way to go for such an ethereal gown. For an extra surprise, try the Princess Flower earrings in yellow gold.
Four: The Cool Bride. These bridal looks composed only of separates is for the ultimate downtown girl, who is always ahead of the trends.
Chances are that if the bride isn’t inclined to a traditional gown, then her engagement ring isn’t traditional either. The Cento Dolce Ring is a sophisticated option for such a chic woman.
Five: A Dark Side. Black accents on your wedding day signifies one thing for certain: you like drama. So, embrace it! This is your big day after all.
If you’re willing to add black to your gown, then we’re betting black diamonds aren’t out of the question either. Sneak a peek at the new Venetian Princess bangle.
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