2024 is shaping up to be an exciting year for bridal fashion. With a focus on individuality and creativity, there are a variety of trends to watch whether you're looking for a classic or modern look or even something in between. Take a sneak peek into the latest collections arriving here - which ones are you going to try during your appointment?
A literal match-made, wedding gowns adorned with glossy pearls are sure to make a statement in the new season collections. Pearls have come a long way and labels are experimenting with new applications whether it's a sprinkle or en-masse they always offer a glamourous statement.
If you're a bride who loves not only the look of her gown but also the feel, you are going to love the new, creative ways in modern fabrication. Whether it's flamboyant ruffles or gathers in fluffy tulle or silver embossed lightweight taffeta, these fresh takes on fabric manipulation are taking the latest collections to new heights.
There is no denying that daring and sexy splits are here to stay! Transforming a classic gown to one with a contemporary edge, a side, centre or folded split is the ultimate statement in bridal fashion.
Lace-up Corset Backs
A trend that comes and goes throughout the eras lace-up, corset backs are making a comeback in the most fantastic way. With a hint to yesteryear these stylish details are not only a statement but also offer a function giving you that perfect, snatched bridal waist.
Emerging for the last couple of seasons, detachable or removable sleeves are becoming more and more popular in today's bridal fashion. Choose a sleeve rock two looks in one or simply customise your gown to create a unique, individual style.
Flattering, elegant and suitable for almost every bride, square necklines are here to stay. From simple crepe styles to beaded and adorned gowns, a square neckline gives you a modern feel with a classic touch.
Draping & Ruching
Another favourite for White Lily brides is decadent draping and ruching. This technique shapes the figure giving curves in all the right places and turns up the volume on an otherwise minimalist gown.