Top Bridal trends of 2021 featuring Justin Alexander Collections: Lillian West, Sincerity Bridal, and ADORE by Justin Alexander.
With weddings coming to a halt last March, brides had to adapt and be creative when replanning their wedding day. Smaller weddings became the way many enjoyed their big day in 2020. As elopements and Zoom weddings became more popular, so did the need for the revamping of wedding dress trends. From modern takes on classic looks to multilook gowns, this year's trends reflect the shift in wedding celebrations.
The simplicity of these gowns redefine timeless elegance. By no means are these gowns boring, a bride can dress up the gown as much or as little as one desires. These dresses have subtle details and are made with luxe fabric, such as mikado and crepe, that give them a modern sophisticated look.
This trend is going to be popular for brides who want to feel and look sexy but do not want to feel too exposed. Eye-catching details will frame the back to create a sultry look. These gowns are sure to turn heads.
Designers gave lace an updated look. Brides will see more floral and leafy lace patterns that still embody that classic style. Whether you prefer an all over lace dress or just on the bodice, you will have various options to choose from.
Inspired by nature, the Boho trend is perfect for an outdoor venue. Whether it’s on the beach or on a mountaintop. As outdoor weddings become more popular, the bride’s comfort level is more of a priority. The light and airy fabrics help a bride enjoy her wedding day as well as giving her a soft feminine look.
Every bride wants to feel glam on their wedding day. This year brides have numerous ways to include sparkle on their wedding gown. A sparkle tulle skirt adds a subtle hint of glam without taking away from the rest of the dress. For a more dramatic look, all over beading and crystals give brides an over-the-top sparkle.
Trains on wedding dresses are finally getting a brand new look. A fashion forward bride can appreciate the new appearances in shape, length and fabrics. A scalloped or illusion train is sure to have guests in awe at the unexpected detail as you walk down the aisle.
Multi Look Gowns / Accessories
As many brides had to postpone their wedding, plans and budgets had to be adjusted. A multi look wedding dress is perfect for brides who opt to elope now and host a bigger celebration in the coming years. Brides have the option of adding or removing accessories, such as skirts, trains, and/or sleeves (offered separately). Therefore, creating a two in one look without going over budget.
This trend offers brides the ability to achieve a voluminous and full silhouette while keeping the gown light in weight. This fun look will have brides twirling the night away!
Square neck lines accentuate a bride's assets but still offers her all the coverage she needs. The elongated neckline delivers an elegant and modern look. This trend is flattering on any bride.
The tea length is necessary for the bride searching for a unique dress. Designers offer these gowns for civil weddings, elopements, or even as a second look dress. If you love this trend the range of gowns are not limited to those already designed as a tea length. With a skilled seamstress, you can have a custom tailored tea length wedding dress!