Andrea Cordts

From Fashion Runway to Wedding Aisle

Andrea Cordts
From Fashion Runway to Wedding Aisle

Fashion week may be over, but soon-to-be married couples are still looking to incorporate hot-off-the-runway trends into their wedding. There were many unique creations that took centerstage. Here are a few that you should expect to see throughout the upcoming wedding season.

Burgundy

This color is very underrated but fashion collections are finally giving burgundy it's 15 minutes of fame. Designers like Nanette Lepore, Prabal Gurung and Altuzarra featured this bold hue in their fall styles. It’s romantic without being floozy and feminine without being too girly. For your wedding, you can add this color to a bouquet or a statement accessory.

 

Power Red

Not just any red, but “power red,” has been dubbed the color of Fall 2017 by the industry. Big names like Jil Sander, Fendi and Oscar De La Renta featured the fiery hue in their collections. Embrace this trend on your wedding day with a bold red lip.

 

Sheer Dresses

Fashion month took a trip to Fantasyland, showcasing pastel-colored tulle and embroidered flowers on long, sheer dresses. Wedding dress designers have already absorbed this trend into their collections, so it’s likely you will find something aligned with your taste when you’re dress shopping.

 

Hair Accessories

“Big hair, don’t care” was the name of the game during fashion month. Chanel brought back the 80s with thick knit headbands, and Marc Jacobs showcased oversized beanies. For a more subtle approach to this trend, consider wearing an embellished headband or jeweled hair pins.

 

20th Century

Nostalgia hit designers hard this season. Many collections took inspiration from the 80s, 70s and 60s. You should expect to see polka dots, oversized blazers and shoulder pads make a comeback this year. However, if puffy sleeves and neon aren’t your thing, you can still be on-trend by adding a fur scarf to your ensemble or style your hair with voluminous curls.

 

Looking for more inspiration for your 2017 wedding? Check out the No. 1 wedding trend to expect this year.