Most of the styles we all wear got their start on the runways of fashion week. For brides, that inspiration comes from the "bridal market," where all the hottest wedding gown designers show their latest creations.
The runway dresses are stylistically very bold, Bratten said, but they indicate where the trends are going and provide lots of inspiration for designers and brides alike.
The takeaway trends seen in Vera Wang's design are the sculptural fit and draping, Bratten said. Vera Wang's bone-colored, strapless two-piece gown with an asymmetrically draped peplum bodice and back bow is made of a fabric called faille. It is romantic and period-inspired in a modern way. A bride could wear this look in a romantic wedding in a castle or a sleek ceremony in an art gallery, Bratten said.
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