The RiviniÂ Runway Show Finale
Last week we attended bridal market in New York City and were thrilled with the new trends that emerged!Â It was all about feminine details- which of course, is right up our alley! Here are a few of our faves:Sleeves!Â Sleeves were everywhere on the runways- from long sleeve to cap sleeve and many lengths in between!Â Here are a few of our favorites that we canât wait to come into our store!
Left and center images byÂ Modern Trousseau, farÂ right imageÂ by Watters & Watters
Â Rivini -images courtesy of Wedding Bells
Back Interest The interest in necklines has shifted from the dÃ©colletage of a strapless neckline, to the back. We sawÂ many dramatic backs grace the runway, and loved every minute of it!
High Necklines The fabric dâjour was lace, which lended itself beautifully to the high necklines that many of our designers were showing.
RiviniÂ image courtesy ofÂ Wedding Bells
Amsale -left image courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings
Peplums Several designers showed peplum silhouettes.Â Our favorites were from Amsale!
Amsale images courtesy of Wedding Bells
Statement Necklaces We see the new trend in accessories as the statement necklace.Â Amsale did an amazing jobÂ incorporating statement necklaces into the design of her gowns!Â The results were absolutely gorgeous!
Images courtesy of wedding bells
Coverage options In addition to sleeves, we came across a plethora of adorable coverage options- from lace jackets and boleros to stunning raw silk coats, to our fave- the bridal sweater, courtesy of Ivy and Aster.
TWDâs owner, Beth Chapman, Modern Trousseau designer, Callie Tein and Candice Coppola of Jubilee Events having fun in Modern TrousseauâsÂ raw silk coats.
Cashmere bridal sweaters by Ivy and Aster
Stay tuned for the announcement of when these beauties begin to arrive!