7 2024 Bridal Trends from Fall’s New York Bridal Fashion Week

Brilliant bridal trends for the 2024 bride’s fashion inspiration.

Some of the bridal industry’s brightest minds came together earlier this month to show off their visions for the future of bridal fashion. Designers such as MoriLee, Ines di Santos, Nardos and more showcased 2024’s top trends for brides. 

2024 Bridal Trends: Wedding Gowns

Asymmetric Necklines 

One-shoulder. Architectural pleats. Dramatic capes. Designers came up with countless ways to add some off-center interest to their designs, which brides can lean into for an unexpected twist on their big day. 


Whether it be a sleek nude, a gallery-worthy contrast of black and white, or a full explosion of exuberant hues, these designers are jumping away from the traditional ‘white.’ 

Dark-Side Bling 

After several seasons of pure Swarovski sparkle, a moody silver moment is making a comeback. Dark crystals adorn several of the runways’ most interesting looks, bringing opulence and decadence to the designs. 

Geometric Patterns 

Utilizing block stacks, negative space and creative fabric sculpting, several of the week’s gowns featured shapely patterns not soon forgotten. 

Halter Necklines

The 2000s called – the halter is making a comeback. With a nod to high fashion, the neckline of the moment was an illusion halter, angling up toward the face but not strapped in like your ‘00s vision boards. These halters are something all their own. 

The Mini Moment 

All the rage as a bridal shower or getaway gown, the mini dress was ubiquitous in this season’s collections, boasting high-fashion appliques, beading and other lush treatments for the fun-loving bride. 

Sculpted Satin 

Shining satin and crepe haven’t been en vogue for what seems far too long. No more – highlighting a soon-to-be-era trademark, 2024 bridal trends will be marked by lustrous fabrics in every collection, appearing gloriously structured and elegantly draped, each design showing off the materials’ trademark sheen.

Get more 2024 bridal trends and fashion inspiration here.

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