Wedding Dresses: Spring 2024 Unique and Personalized Trends To Know For A New Generation Of Brides

Last week, the bridal market came together for one of the most trend setting showcases for Bridal Fashion Week. From reimagined structural shapes to delicate bows to floral appliqués, stylelujo.com showcases this seasons designs set the tone for a fresh bridal debut.

By Joseph DeAcetis Published: October 23, 2023

This season showcased modern styles on classic designs.

Last week, the bridal market came together for one of the most trend setting showcases for Bridal Fashion Week. From reimagined structural shapes to delicate bows to floral appliqués, stylelujo.com showcases this seasons designs set the tone for a fresh bridal debut. this season, the Bridal Market featured dresses for the Barbiecore bride and the Goth bride with dresses in black and whites, pinks and pastels. Gowns with exposed corsetry and adorned with bows also were seen all over pictures from NYBFW and the always fun mini dress was a big trend as well. 

This season, there were many design trends that were abundantly present throughout the collections. The new releases are set to define trends a new generation of brides by reinventing classic styles to fit today’s aesthetic as we approach the wedding season. In reviewing the collections, I noticed how the dresses seem to be lighter and more playful. There is also a nod to romance in most of the designer collections.

Upon reviewing the various collections, I was most impressed with the way the bridal brands celebrated personal style by allowing brides to be to reflect on their own signature aesthetic by implementing modern interpretations for the brides to choose from – such as personalized components and accessories as well as removable sleeves. overcoats and capes- giving everyone the opportunity to make a one-of-a-kind statement by mixing and matching that will feel unique to each customer.

There was also a strong focus on sustainability within the collections presented this season. In fact, nature was a preference in referenced bridal trends- providing clients with a sense of inner beauty and doing their part for the planet – which lends new insight to the term romance.

While each collection has specifications unique to its brand, certain looks are apparent throughout the collections.

Read ahead to see what the latest trends in Bridal have to say for the season ahead.

MIMOSA BY JULIE VINO:

MIMOSA BY JULIE VINO

Israeli bridal designer Julie Vino unveils her 2024 collection, featuring three signature lines- entitled Romanzo, Julie Vino Haute Couture, and Mimosa. Each of Julie’s gowns are hand crafted with unique fabrics that her team meticulously sources from around the globe.

‘Harmony’ 2024 Collection 

Julie has taken a bit more of a restrained approach to her glamorous Mimosa gowns. Utilizing simple clean architectural lines. From lacey mermaid silhouettes to sleek column dresses, every Intricate detail is executed with precision and passion making this collection truly special. 

Effortlessly chic, this collection provides simple looks that can be versatility styled to beautifully complement any type of wedding setting. 

Stylistically speaking, brides can look forward to short and chic dresses incorporating details such as jaw-dropping slits to striking cowl back details.  The iconic pieces all hold a timeless style infused with the sensibility that ‘less is more’. 

Nadia Manjarrez:

Photography by Raul Tovar

ITALIAN DUCHESSE CREPE BUSTIER WITH SIDE HIP PEPLUM AND STRAIGHT TAILORED SKIRT WITH CENTER BACK SLIT AND ITALIAN MATCHING STOLE WITH HAND BEADED COSMOS FLORAL APPLIQUÉ  

The Estefania look combines the best of both worlds- it’s minimalist and maximalist at the same time, with clean lines in a neck piece that are romantic

PNINA TORNAI:

Photographer: Alexander Lipkin

Pnina Tornai Style 14999N is an off-the-shoulder, long-sleeved Alençon lace A-line gown with a sweetheart neckline and sheer bodice. It retails for $5200 USD.

Pnina says: This is one of the bestselling styles from my new Love by Pnina Tornai 2023 collection– brides are absolutely loving off-the-shoulder looks, Alençon lace, and sheer bodices! It’s an elegant, classic style with a modern twist.

SUPESU:

 Photographer Chris Niu from the Shanghai shooting studio.

Serena Bridal Slip Dress

A classic favorite made even better for your *special day* ~For those bride-to-be’s who like to keep their special day simple, clean, and easy-going. This pearly white dress is made for intimate and minimalistic weddings.

Double-lined fabric from top to bottomExtra fluffy inner lining with a special grade of SUPESU SatinDouble the hand-stitched features of the Serena DressDouble boxed packaging for damage-free shipmentsPersonalized sizing and tailoring option availableAll dresses are handmade-to-order by our seamstressSee our DETAILS section for more info.
 The price in US dollars is $182

VERDAVAINNE:

Photographer:  Elvia Gobbo

 This gown is constructed of 100% Silk Faille and made entirely by hand in the USA. The Orchids that adorn the bodice are individually handmade in New York City in a century old artisanal factory. Each dress is available by custom order only. $9,700.00.
Order via inquiry at 646.263.4445
After years of weddings becoming more and more casual and paired down, my clients are asking for something more grand from my collection. I created this gown to make a statement, albeit simultaneously an understated one. The tone-on-tone silk orchids that adorn the bodice and waist of this gown will turn every head in the room from first entrance to last dance. This gown does exactly what a well-chosen bridal gown should do, it makes a statement that doesn’t overshadow the most important statement of all, the beauty of the bride wearing it.

Milla Nova:

Milla Nova

Milla Nova, the Ukrainian bridal fashion house, is proud to announce their 2024 Couture Bridal Range.

At the heart of Milla Nova’s philosophy is the belief that love knows no bounds in age, gender, or size. This mantra sets the tone for their latest Couture Collection, which epitomizes timeless sophistication and regality through meticulous craftsmanship, handcrafted garments, and luxurious fabrics, with a dominance of sumptuous Italian silk.

THEIA:

THEIA -Fresh, modern, and fashion-forward, the THEIA Bridal Spring 2024 Collection flirts with dramatic proportions and thoughtful attention to detail. Set against an abstract backdrop of an ever-changing moon, the celestial and ethereal mood of the collection is meant to inspire. Twists on classic silhouettes, tactile fabrics, and embroideries mimicking constellations evoke a vibe of tomorrow’s bride.

Nadia Manjarrez:

The Fall/Winter 2024 Collection coincides with the opening of Nadia Manjarrez Bridal’s first, by-appointment only, NYC Showroom. The showroom will have this collection, past seasons, and bestsellers for brides to try on during scheduled appointments beginning Saturday, October 14, 2023.

 Katherine Tash:

Katherine Tash 2024 “Moonlight” 

This season enveloped in a whirlwind of emotions – joy, anticipation and a profound sense of love. I felt inspired to create a collection that captured the essence of these feelings and mirrored the beauty of basking in the glow of a moonlit night on the eve of such a life-changing event. 

Grace Loves Lace:

Grace Loves Lace 

The brand collated feedback from brides across the globe to guide a more considered design approach in 2023, only releasing dresses that filled a gap for their customers. 

Founder and Creative Director, Megan Ziems, wanted to simplify the design strategy with the release of the gowns, Grace & Dahlia. 

We wanted to focus more on the data behind some of our most iconic gowns and lean into the valuable feedback provided by our brides. We took on these responses to create gowns that answers these ‘must haves’, whilst staying true to our design values,” explains Ziems. 


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