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Wedding dresses: the 2018 trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week
Wedding dresses: the 2018 trends from New York Bridal Fashion Week

The bride of 2018 parades in New York, among bows, pearls, novelties and great returns. We have collected all the trends for you

How will the brides of 2018 or rather, what will they wear? There are many trends that we admired at the New York Bridal Fashion Week, many new and original, others that mark the return of great fashions of the past.

Come on colors at forms, we tell you through the most evocative images the new arrivals moving from one atelier to another, from the traditional elegance of Oscar de La Renta and Carolina Herrera to the experimental elegance of Vera Wang.

New York Bridal Fashion Week: 2018 trends

The coming year will be blank and it is not a banality. After a 2017 made of palettes that ranged from ivory to pink and blue, we will have a return to purity and total white or an unconventional choice. No pastels or shades: the colors, for those who want them with all their heart, are red and black. (in the photo, JENNY PACKHAM dress)
The 2018 bride wears trousers and, sometimes, even the traditional and androgynous suit. Alternatively, the cigarette trousers peek out through wide slits or we find it in the form of a jumpsuit. (in the photo, dress OSCAR DE LA RENTA)
From the manlike look of trousers and suits to the romanticism of the inevitable bows. For 2018 they are big, absolute protagonists. (OSCAR DE LA RENTA dress, photo Getty Images)
Large hoods recall the fashion of the Sixties: linear silhouettes, perfect heaviness for the first months of the year. Court, for a more sculptural and minimalist ensemble or knee-length, for a hyper feminine and vintage result. (in the photo, VERA WANG dress)
Pearls, stones and shiny applications: the attention is captured by the rich and bright details, like real jewels that adorn the shoulders, back and décolleté. (in the photo, SOTTERO & MIDGLEY dress)
One word: volume! The sleeves focus on the shoulders, with the return of the famous puffed sleeves, princely and important. (in the photo, VERA WANG dress)
A classic of recent seasons is the neckline that leaves the shoulders free, the so-called off-shoulder. (in the photo, VERA WANG dress)
The accessories will experience a lucky season: gloves are back, thin and veiled, with embroidery or with applied pearls and the headbands with light veils are also returning. Among the novelties there are the writings, which also decorate the veils as promises of love. (pictured, LELA ROSE backstage details. Getty Images)
A LELA ROSE backstage headband.
A pearl necklace on REEM ACRA's dress.
A LELA ROSE backstage headband.
The word "love" decorates the gloves on the REEM ACRA catwalk.
A detail of the decorated veil by REEM ACRA.
A detail of the decorated veil by REEM ACRA.
Decorations on the back of the cape, LELA ROSE.

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