If you’re planning your wedding and currently looking for wedding dress inspiration, this is just for you. Courtesy of Bliss Magazine’s November issue, here are some of the chic bridal trends you should keep your eye on.

Statement sleeves

Big, puffy, statement sleeves have been everywhere in the fashion world in recent months, and they’ve even filtered into bridal collections. Keep the look classic rather than trendy by opting for a more timeless style rather than an option that’s too over-the-top.


Designer: Pronovias

1920s glamour

More about the vibe of the glittering jazz age than a literal vintage revival, this trend has designers lending some 1920s glamour to modern bridal styles, and we’re loving the results!


Designer: Flora

Strong silhouettes

Chic brides who favour a pared back look without the fuss of intricate textures, beading and embroidery are in luck this year, with strong silhouettes doing the talking when detailing can’t. It’s all about less is more.


Designer: Jesus Peiro


Bows are no stranger to bridal fashion, and this season will see an influx of new styles making use of this fashion staple. From structured, oversized options to more minimal and pared back designs, bows are decidedly in.


Designer: Leonie

Geometric lace

The variety in shapes and styles when it comes to lace designs is practically endless, but rather than a floral, romantic look, it’s all about geometric and symmetrical lace motifs in 2021 bridal collections – giving the old favourite an interesting update.


Designer: Marylise & Rembo Styling

Thigh splits

Fancy adding a slightly risqué element to your bridal look? The thigh split is back, making its way from the red carpet to the bridal runway, and it’s perfect for the bride who wants some sex appeal on her big day.



Catwalk shots courtesy of Barcelona Bridal Week

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