From structured silhouettes to intricate detailing and statement shoulders, The Bridal Company Northern Ireland reveals the hottest dress trends and styles in the wedding world right now.
It’s no secret we’re huge fans of The Bridal Company Northern Ireland in Templepatrick – this award-winning boutique is known for carefully curating wedding dresses from all over the world and is home to many of our real-life brides’ statement styles.
From modern edgy designs to vintage-inspired favourites, there truly is a gown for every bride with collections from designers like Paloma Blanca, Justin Alexander, Airé Barcelona, Demetrios, Eddy K and Mary Ioannidis Couture. The company is also the exclusive NI retailer for Paul Zeni and Luce Sposa.
Laura Gilmour, owner of The Bridal Company Northern Ireland, reveals which wedding dress trends and styles brides are leaning towards this season.
“I would say more minimalistic and structured dresses that are dramatic in their plainness is what I see trending right now. A-line and statement sleeves and shoulder styles are also huge at the minute,” she says.
“Puff ball sleeves are definitely coming back into trend and we are seeing that, especially in the Galia Lahav designer range.”
Laura also says that with brides having to downsize their wedding in the last year, this has allowed for more of an emphasis on the dress and brides finding their own unique style.
“I definitely have noticed brides coming out with their own signature look at the moment and making a statement with their dress. The most popular look girls are going for nowadays seems to be a plainer look with an emphasis on a structured cut dress,” she says.
“A-line shapes are having a moment right now with soft bohemian styles and especially high neck-line dresses – low necklines have been around for a while and are still a popular choice but I think brides are looking for a bit of a change.
“We are still seeing girls loving glitzy and glam dresses with beads and diamante detailing – it just depends on their individual style and vision, and one thing we have noticed is brides doing their own research into designers and brands and really knowing what they want.”
With both modern and vintage classics in store, Laura says there is a still a high demand for both styles as brides are realising their signature look.
“I would still say it is a happy balance between modern and vintage styles at the moment,” she says.
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“Brides who want a more timeless look will always go classical vintage, and then we will have a more edgy bride who wants to make a statement and doesn’t care about styles going in and out of fashion.
“We do always find that dress trends always come back into fashion throughout the years and our designers are always coming up with new creative designs and collections to choose from,” Laura says.
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