10 fall wedding dress trends that every bride needs to know about

Are you planning a fall wedding and need some ideas for your wedding dress?
Do you want to know what fall wedding dress styles are trending? You don’t want to have a fashion faux pas on your big day.

Here is a list of 10 fall wedding dress trends that every bride needs to know about.

  1. Boho Chic

There is a reason that fall brides are going loco for boho.
Bohemian wedding dresses are the perfect combination of comfort and style. You can still look stylish and romantic while being comfortable and free on your big day.

Bohemian wedding dresses give your guests the signal that it will be a relaxed yet beautiful celebration. The best thing is that these dresses are charming yet affordable so you won’t break the bank!

  1. Jumpsuits

But if you want to take that freedom to another level, why not do away with a dress altogether?
No, it’s not what you are thinking, we’re talking about a wedding jumpsuit. It’s a more contemporary option but still very simple and elegant.

Mix things up by adorning the jumpsuit with some lace or adding a striking neckline.
Seems easier to jump the broom in a jumpsuit right?

  1. The Meghan Markle (Royal)

Like the Duchess of Sussex, fall brides are going for a clean and modern look.
These “royal” dresses are minimal yet stunning! The understated style is still perfect for a traditional wedding. It has the right elements of timelessness and sophistication.

So you can feel like royalty without actually wearing a crown. Or wear a crown if you want, it’s your day!

  1. Full Sparkle

Now we move from the Markle effect to the sparkle effect.
Sequins, beading, and metallic embellishments are a big trend for fall weddings. It might be a bit daring but still very sophisticated.

A bonus is that you wouldn’t need to add any accessories. Your dress would be the shining, shimmering, splendid showstopper!

  1. Colorful Floral Embellishments

Who says that you only have to hold your wedding flowers or use them in décor for your fall wedding? Why not add vibrant colorful floral embellishments to your dress?

You can use floral lace, hand-painted flowers or even 3D floral appliques. Flowers can make your dress more ethereal and romantic. Choose flowers that add to the style you are going for, whether it be classic, modern, vintage or boho-chic.

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  1. High-Low Hemlines

Hybrids are always fun because you get the best of both worlds.

High-low hemlines are basically what the baby of a full gown and a party dress would look like. They are dressy enough for your wedding but still have a bit of fun.

Plus, perhaps you wanted to give a sneak peek of the legs you prepared for walking down the aisle!

  1. Short Dresses/Minis

If you are not the traditional type or you want to show more than a sneak peeks of your magnificent legs, then a short wedding dress is just for you!

You wouldn’t have to worry about logging a heavy train behind you. You wouldn’t have to worry about busting a move on the dancefloor during the reception.

Your options are also aplenty – you can choose from mini, thigh-high, knee-length, etc.

  1. Off-the-Shoulder

But maybe your best feature is your shoulders or you want a more modest look for your fall wedding.

Off-the-shoulder wedding dresses are romantic and classic while showing a little skin. There are so many ways you can rock this, with lace, cap sleeves or long billowy sleeves. This style can work with almost every gown shape and type.

  1. Pockets

So you don’t have a ring bearer and you don’t trust anyone else with the wedding rings? Then add some pockets to your fall wedding dress.
Nothing like a fashion statement with a purpose. Cue the song “Pocketful of Sunshine”.

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  1. Graphic and Metallic Lace

Lace has always been the most typical fabric for wedding dresses. It gives a dress a touch of class, femininity and a tad bit of sultriness.

But now, lace is being used for a more intense and bold look. To achieve this, fall brides are using more graphic and metallic laces. This makes the possibilities of color and patterns endless. Or should we say end-lace?

Did any of these fall wedding dress trends surprise you? Which trend do you think suits you best? Share in the comments!