Bridal trends for 2021

Let's take a look at 9 hottest trends in bridal fashion for 2021.

Like every season and each year, there are numerous trends in bridal fashion for 2021. Some are new takes on classic designs and some are completely unexpected and very creative. But they all have one thing in common, they will make you gasp.

Let’s take a look at 9 hottest trends in bridal fashion for 2021.


A very popular detail in many designers’ collections for 2021. Bows are an ultra feminine detail and they add a special touch to any wedding dress. You can see them in any size and form, from oversized bow backs, to pretty shoulder bows and dainty bow belts.

Aria Bride. Marchesa. Viktor&Rolf. Elie Saab.


Open backs have been popular in many collections for a few seasons now. They are modern, sexy and also modest. An open back dress is one of the best ways to take anyone’s breath away on your wedding day.

Galia Lahav. Aria Bride. Berta.


A detail with a historic feel, bridal dresses come with capes, long strands of fabric attached at the shoulders in many collections in 2021. And sleeves – long or short, flare or tight, they are all about romance.

Zuhair Murad. Julie Vino. Georges Hobeika.


Ruffles make the wedding dress more romantic, they add dimension to the silhouette. Cascading ruffles are also very fashion forward.

Maggie Sotero. Georges Hobeika. Rivini.


Short wedding dresses are most likely to become one of the top bridal trends in 2021. There are so many reasons to wear a short dress on your wedding day, and they look so elegant and beautiful.

Viktor&Rolf. Naeem Khan.


Bridal fashion for 2021 is all about shimmer, in the form of glitter tulle, sequins and beading. This trend adds a magical touch to any wedding dress.

Monique Lhuillier. Zuhair Murad. Gala by Galia Lahav.
Julie Vino.


Square neckline in 2021 means going back in time. It’s minimalistic, elegant and very nostalgic.

Ines Di Santo. Zuhair Murad. Justin Alexander.


2021 is all about mixing modern and classic. Asymmetrical cuts give the best of both worlds – a truly fashionable statement, with a risky take.

Oscar de la Renta. Elie Saab.


There are plenty of different ways to embrace this trend – from removable sleeves, overskirts, detachable trains and matching toppers.

Zuhair Murad.
Georges Hobeika.

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