From Monique LhuillierEmbellished backs aren't going anywhere, but with a number of designers showing a dressed-up décolletage this year, it's safe to say that necklines are next. Illusion necklines featuring lace, crystals, and appliqués backed by mesh certainly made their mark at at Bridal Fashion Week.
From Claire Pettibone
If you've been swooning over the sleeve trend, then you're likely to love the elegant shawls and capelets that made appearances in this year's shows. These charming cover-ups have a chic 1940s vibe that's perfect for vintage-inspired weddings.3. Floral lace.
From TemperleyTwo major 2013 trends -- floral appliqués and lace wedding gowns -- came together in the countless floral lace dresses we saw at the Bridal Market shows. This heavier floral lace is modern, bold, and a little bit whimsical...and it's about to have a major moment.
From WattersWe first fell for bridal rompers at Spring 2014 Bridal Market in October, and we're thrilled to see more on their way in the coming seasons. While we don't expect to see many brides saying "I do" in rompers (though it would make for a fun elopement look!), we love them for the rehearsal dinner or wedding shower.