The 9 Fall 2018 Wedding Dress Toronto Trends Brides Need to Know Part One
Listen up fall 2018 brides! Bridal Fashion Week has come and gone and we’ve poured over every wedding dress Toronto to make your search for the ONE as easy as possible. Want to know the latest wedding dress Toronto trends before you kick off a season of wedding dress Toronto shopping? We’re here for you, always. While last season’s wedding dress trends aren’t going anywhere (off-the-shoulder, blue, lace!) this season saw a new take on some of our favorites. Capes are still going strong, but this season they’ve been upgraded from capelet to full-on Princess cape. Off-the-shoulder dresses are still everywhere, and ultra-flattering, but designers took a new spin on sleeves for them.
From Princess-inspired capes to cool moto jackets, detachable sleeves, tea-length ladylike frocks, and even shorts, these are the wedding dress Toronto trends we’re loving for 2018.
Designers are trusting you to channel your inner Snow White on “I do” day. Skip the train or veil and top your wedding dress Toronto off with an utterly too chic cape. Whether it’s long, mid or mini, capes were all over the Bridal Fashion Week runways, and we’re betting next year’s winter brides will be loving this trend.
Not feeling like going full-on Disney? No problem! There were plenty of cool wedding-ready moto jackets, topping off beautiful lace wedding dresses, to pick from. We guarantee this is one wedding day piece you’ll wear again and again.
Call it the evolution of the off-the-shoulder wedding dress Toronto trend. Designers are still intent on showing off brides’ shoulders, but this season that trend comes on and off! Detached sleeves were one of the big wedding dress trends we spotted—from bouffant to slinky and lacey, they create the look of an off-the-shoulder dress while actually being a strapless dress.
Calling all Audrey Hepburn enthusiasts! The latest wedding dress Toronto length trend feels pulled straight out of a 1950s screen goddess’ wardrobe. Designers are feeling modest for next fall, and mid-calf length wedding dresses were all over the runways. This sweet trend feels reinvented and yet whimsically vintage for the bride-to-be looking for fashion, yet wanting a classic look.
To be continued
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