Rock the catwalk trends and find your dream wedding dress at TDR Bridal Birmingham
This month bridal designers took to Harrogate to showcase their new collections on the catwalk. As we see new trends emerging for the season, we divulge the hottest bridal trends for 2023 to help you find your dream wedding dress.
1. Taking the Plunge
This daring wedding dress trend is set to stay for another bridal season. Sizzle down the aisle in a sexy gown with a plunging neckline like Felina by Badgley Mischka, Sara by Sassi Holford or Joanne 20RT612 by Rebecca Ingram. Whether you opt for a gown that features full sleeves, flouncy capped sleeves or a strapless sweetheart shape, flaunt your figure and rock the plunge trend. Add a dazzling pair of dangling earrings to elongate your neck and enhance your collar bones.
2. Barely There
Sheer materials embellished with delicate three-dimensional fabric flowers create an ethereal and romantic aisle style. Check out Jolie-Berta to be on point with this 2023 bridal trend. The sheer, feminine dresses, like style 22-J10, boast layers of transparent chiffons and tulles, often encrusted with sparkles or feminine lace. For a sheer style with a more bohemian aesthetic look to Morilee. Style 2480 showcases barely there fabrics with enchanting embroidery details that will leave you and your guests with only one word, wow!
3. Vintage Frocks
From fringing to ruffles and vintage beading to dropped waists, many bridal designers this season have turned to bygone eras for inspiration. With a nod to Gatsby-style glamour Badgley Mischka’s Fabiana gown features art-deco inspired appliqué and glimmering beading from head to toe. A new designer to TDR Bridal, Josephine Scott London’s 2023 collection is inspired by 1950s Dior and royal glamour. The Josephine Scott London debut collection features sleek satin gowns with elegantly draped skirts, statement bows and cathedral length trains. Coming soon to TDR Bridal!
4. Sleek Satin
Timeless and elegant, satin gowns show off the silhouette of the dress (and the bride!) beautifully. Be the belle of the ball in a sleek design by Justin Alexander. From fit and flare wedding dresses like style 88107 to formal ball gowns like style 88110 , Justin Alexander have a satin frock to suit every bride. Style 88200 is a flattering fishtail gown with a low-cut keyhole back – just imagine your photographs from the back of the aisle as you say your vows!
5. Transitional Pieces
This season designers are creating gowns that offer two looks in one dress, allowing you to effortlessly reveal a second look as your evening reception kicks in. We’re talking detachable sleeves, removable overskirts, and separable capes. This trend not only saves you pennies on buying a second dress for the evening (if you were so inclined), it’s more sustainable and environmentally friendly too. Style BL382 by Casablanca can be teamed with a cute pair of sleeves to change your look from day or night. Circe by Sarah Alouache features a removable cape, offering a demure, high neckline for your ceremony and a strapless sweetheart design for you to party the night away in.
6. Make a Statement
2023 brides looking for something unusual, you will be spoilt for choice! From statement colours and quirky details to tailored bridal suits and sexy mini-dresses, designers are pushing boundaries with their statement pieces this year. The 18679 Parker bridal jumpsuit by Ronald Joyce is perfect for brides wanting an edgy wedding dress. The best of both, this jumpsuit also has a detachable train, allowing you to be both chic and feminine. And, if you want to opt for something really different, check out Sottero and Midgley’s black, lacey gown, Zander 9SC076 – daringly dramatic.