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The Latest in Wedding Gowns - Hints of Drama

Take inspiration from the latest in bridal runway

In the international scene, bridal houses were not able to showcase their collections via the traditional runway shows. However they naturally still found ways to share their creations amid the challenge of the global pandemic. Because as we know, love does not stop and weddings cannot be cancelled.

Fashion houses like Amsale, as reported by Vogue.com, gave its clients the option of virtual try-ons. And many bridal dress shops have already adapted to the digital boom brought about by quarantine.

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1. Minimalism continues

Brides already began to embrace minimalism following Meghan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry, but with the Covid pandemic safety protocols this meant couture (or hand-sewn and embellished gowns) shows could not be done. This pushed forward dresses that highlight beautiful fabric and architectural cuts. It is also fitting for intimate weddings and weddings at home.

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2. Multi-occasion

Practicality has also become a trend at a time when we have all become extra conscious of our expenses and have had to deal with financial restructuring. Galvan created the White Collection, where pieces are multi-use. You can buy a white suit or a sheath dress for your courthouse or as we call it, your civil wedding, and then use it later on for another special occasion. Or the reverse! Perhaps another occasion calls for a white ensemble–who says you can’t wear it to another event before your wedding day? Multi-occasion pieces is a great way to make your wedding more sustainable.

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3. Drama in the details

Didn’t think of wearing a bow at the back of your wedding gown till recently? These exaggerated details add drama to a gown and can become the focal point in the absence of beadwork and embellishment. A mullet skirt for your wedding day? Why not! Brides are also letting loose and including more playful details into their gowns as intimate weddings take a more relaxed tone.

Scroll down to see the latest in international bridal wear for some inspiration!

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Photos from Vogue.com

Amsale Bridal Spring 2021
Amsale Bridal Spring 2021
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