Fashionabledresses 2021 - a selection of the best outfits for the bride

Fash­ion­able­dress­es in 2021 will help to make the image of the bride unfor­get­table. Design­ers did their best and applied a vari­ety of trends to cre­ate mod­els that can sat­is­fy the most demand­ing taste. Prod­ucts are made in dif­fer­ent styles, styles, col­ors.

Wedding dresses — trends 2021

The design­er col­lec­tions include mod­ern­dress­es, the cre­ation of which the cou­turi­ers were guid­ed by cur­rent fash­ion trends:

  • Reem Acra offers prod­ucts that expose the shoul­ders. A corset bodice, the line of which is made under­stat­ed, will help to enhance the impres­sion of sophis­ti­ca­tion;
  • the Vik­tor & Rolf brand wel­comes flo­ral appliqués that are sewn on from dif­fer­ent fab­rics. Roman­ti­cism in the image will bring a bow locat­ed on the back. Anoth­er trend is geo­met­ric emboss­ing on the train;
  • Pronovias pre­sent­ed clas­sic sil­hou­ettes dec­o­rat­ed with bead­ed mesh. Fash­ion­able­dress­es of 2021 look inter­est­ing, con­tain­ing detach­able sleeves worn sep­a­rate­ly, made in the form of volu­mi­nous lanterns. dress trends 2021moderndresseschicdresses


Young brides who have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to demon­strate beau­ti­ful slen­der legs will appre­ci­ate the fash­ion­able short­dress­es of 2021:

  • a win-win solu­tion — a clas­sic “case” style that will present any fig­ure in a win­ning light. Refine­ment will add lace, tak­en as the main mate­r­i­al, a deep neck­line;
  • the cur­rent trend is a short puffy­dress, equipped with a tulle skirt resem­bling a bal­let tutu. An organ­ic addi­tion will be a corset bodice that opens the arms and shoul­ders;
  • over a short­ened adja­cent dress, it is allowed to wear a translu­cent organ­za skirt, cre­at­ing a sem­blance of a train behind;
  • the per­son­i­fi­ca­tion of the retro style will be prod­ucts with a trape­zoidal cut.
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Wedding midi dress

A sim­ple midi-length­dress will make the image fem­i­nine and sophis­ti­cat­ed:

  • A mod­el with a flared sun skirt will help to embody the vin­tage style. Silk, satin, descend­ing in soft folds, are tak­en as mate­ri­als for man­u­fac­tur­ing;
  • a strict sheath cut­dress is ide­al for ladies who want to empha­size ele­gance. The thing har­mo­nious­ly looks with high seals and a hat;
  • lay­er­ing is allowed when the skirt con­sists of tiers locat­ed one above the oth­er.

Wedding dress with corset

Incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful image will help to cre­ate fash­ion­able­dress­es con­tain­ing a corset:

  • there are parts made in an even sol­id ver­sion or equipped with fig­ured cutouts;
  • for own­ers of small breasts, a corset will be a god­send, in which a bodice with bones stands out, the tech­nique will help to visu­al­ly enlarge the bust;
  • it is allowed to make short­ened del­i­cate sleeves or elon­gat­ed volu­mi­nous sleeves as an organ­ic addi­tion to the corset;
  • often when dec­o­rat­ing a corset, embroi­dery with rhine­stones, beads, sequins is used;
  • The lace patch made on a translu­cent back­ground looks unique.

Wedding dress-transformer

The well-deserved recog­ni­tion of brides was won by orig­i­nal­dress­es made in the form of a trans­former:

  • prod­ucts will pro­vide an oppor­tu­ni­ty to mod­i­fy the image at your own dis­cre­tion and look dif­fer­ent at the offi­cial part and the cel­e­bra­tion of the cel­e­bra­tion in the restau­rant with guests. By remov­ing an addi­tion­al detail, the girl will be trans­formed and will look com­plete­ly new;
  • the nar­row “mer­maid” mod­el is com­ple­ment­ed by a fluffy skirt with a train, con­cen­trat­ed in the back and sides. At the same time, the front area of ​​u200bu200bthe thing remains open for view­ing, cre­at­ing a spec­tac­u­lar con­trast;
  • a sim­i­lar design with a fluffy skirt is also allowed to com­ple­ment a mini dress;
  • anoth­er vari­ety is an out­fit made in the form of a jump­suit with trousers, over which a fluffy train-skirt is worn.
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Wedding dresses for obese girls

A spe­cial cat­e­go­ry includes­dress­es for obese women, which are rec­om­mend­ed to be select­ed with great care:

  • the ide­al solu­tion is a midi-length case, the thing looks great on a full fig­ure, hid­ing flaws;
  • a good idea is to choose a mod­el with a sleeve cov­er­ing the shoul­ders. The ele­ment occurs in the tra­di­tion­al length, three-quar­ters, end­ing just above the elbow;
  • a clas­sic­dress with a mod­er­ate­ly flared skirt, descend­ing with soft folds, is suit­able. Lush chest will high­light a deep neck­line;
  • Empire style looks great with a high waist­line. Recep­tion will help divert atten­tion from the pro­trud­ing bel­ly. dresses for fat dresses for plus sizesimpledress

Wedding dress with puffed sleeves

Adress with puffy sleeves made in the form of lanterns will add a high­light to the image:

  • there is a clas­sic closed design of the top, in this case the sleeves are cut into the shoul­der arm­hole, both short­ened and tra­di­tion­al lengths end­ing at the lev­el of the wrist are accept­able;
  • anoth­er kind of design is the low­ered line of the shoul­ders, which opens them. The sleeves have a low loca­tion, made in an elon­gat­ed ver­sion;
  • sleeves are made from the same mate­r­i­al as the prod­uct, or are made from a fab­ric with a con­trast­ing tex­ture. dress with lantern sleevespuff dress trends 2021


Out of com­pe­ti­tion con­tin­ues to be a light­dress made of lace:

  • there are mod­els where lace fab­ric is tak­en as a basis. In this case, it is nec­es­sary to have a dense non-translu­cent pet­ti­coat;
  • the “mer­maid” style looks inter­est­ing, with a sil­hou­ette adja­cent to the fig­ure. For man­u­fac­tur­ing, a sin­gle-col­or pas­tel-col­ored mate­r­i­al is tak­en, on top of which there are open­work lace stripes. The tech­nique can also be used on clas­sic flared mod­els;
  • it is allowed to use lace to dec­o­rate indi­vid­ual parts — a bodice or a skirt.

Wedding dress with train

Chic­dress­es equipped with a train will help to shine at the cel­e­bra­tion:

  • often the thing has an open corset top, bal­anc­ing the lush bot­tom;
  • it is per­mis­si­ble to sup­ple­ment with a train both the “mer­maid” mod­el, char­ac­ter­ized by an adja­cent sil­hou­ette, and a fluffy volu­mi­nous skirt;
  • an excel­lent solu­tion is a trans­form­ing style that pro­vides the oppor­tu­ni­ty to remove or unfas­ten the train at your own dis­cre­tion, mod­i­fy­ing the image through­out the gala day.


Jus­ti­fied pop­u­lar­i­ty won adress in boho style:

  • a char­ac­ter­is­tic fea­ture of the mod­els is the skirt, which has a mod­er­ate­ly flared cut, smooth­ly descend­ing. Length is accept­able midi or maxi;
  • knit­ted open­work stripes, embroi­dery with pas­tel threads, embody­ing del­i­cate flo­ral orna­ments, are com­mon;
  • orig­i­nal dec­o­ra­tive tech­nique — fringe run­ning along the bodice and hem of the prod­uct;
  • elon­gat­ed sleeves of a straight or flared cut are often used.
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Wedding dress in Greek style

The Greek­dress is invari­ably pop­u­lar among girls:

  • the empire mod­el is char­ac­ter­ized by a bodice with a deep tri­an­gu­lar neck­line that reveals a spec­tac­u­lar neck­line, a high waist­line and a slight­ly flared, smooth­ly descend­ing skirt;
  • the cut line end­ing under the chest can be addi­tion­al­ly high­light­ed with a sil­ver or gold­en edg­ing strip that marks the bor­der;
  • there are things with or with­out sleeves. The nov­el­ty is an asym­met­ric mod­el with only one sleeve, on the oth­er hand the arm and shoul­der remain com­plete­ly open;
  • A win-win way to draw atten­tion to your­self and show off your slen­der legs is to use a slit run­ning down your leg. dress in greek stylegreekdresssimpledress


The nov­el­ty that con­quered the cat­walks is mod­est­dress­es made in rus­tic style, which are char­ac­ter­ized by such details:

  • sleeve, flared from the elbow or from the shoul­der arm­hole;
  • wide sin­gle or mul­ti­lay­er flounces will bring a touch of romance to the image;
  • decor in the form of fringe tas­sels run­ning along the bodice, sleeves, hem will help to embody the rus­tic style;
  • for man­u­fac­tur­ing, lace or light chif­fon fab­ric is often tak­en, cre­at­ing the effect of weight­less­ness and airi­ness. dress styles

Provence styledress

A pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion for­dress styles is Provence:

  • a char­ac­ter­is­tic fea­ture is the use of details that bring romance to the image. Small flo­ral prints are in demand, run­ning along the bot­tom of the hem or locat­ed over the entire sur­face of the prod­uct. For draw­ing a pic­ture, a del­i­cate pas­tel col­or or a bright con­trast is tak­en;
  • demand­ed decor — lac­ing in the form of a bodice, giv­ing orig­i­nal­i­ty;
  • own­ers of a slen­der waist are allowed to high­light this area with a wide belt;
  • there are mod­els with a smell, locat­ed in the upper part when dec­o­rat­ing the bodice or involv­ing the waist area.
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Wedding dress with bare shoulders

A styl­ish trend that empha­sizes the ten­der­ness of the bride is adress with dropped shoul­ders:

  • the cut allows the use of small sleeves run­ning along the shoul­ders in the form of low­ered strips, or elon­gat­ed and volu­mi­nous ele­ments;
  • the dropped line of the shoul­ders is allowed to be marked with a wide shut­tle­cock, pre­sent­ed in a sin­gle or mul­ti-lay­ered ver­sion. The recep­tion will be appre­ci­at­ed by the own­ers of a small chest, as the detail will add visu­al vol­ume in this area.
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Wedding dress with open back

Styl­ish­dress­es with a cutout on the back will help to cre­ate an unfor­get­table bow:

  • depth varies from end­ing just below the shoul­der blades to reach­ing the waist and even falling below;
  • the cutout is made in a tri­an­gu­lar or round­ed vari­a­tion;
  • it is allowed to use a spec­tac­u­lar accent detail — a volu­mi­nous bow locat­ed at the back of the belt;
  • the front upper part of the prod­uct is often made deaf closed, but open options that high­light the neck­line are also accept­able. The last kind of design is for bold brides.
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The trend is unusu­al­dress­es, made not in the tra­di­tion­al snow-white, but in oth­er col­ors:

  • if you wish not to devi­ate from the tra­di­tion­al image of the bride, it is rec­om­mend­ed to stop at pas­tel col­ors — beige, pale pink, blue, mint;
  • bright col­ors are wel­come dur­ing the­mat­ic events, where a cer­tain col­or is tak­en as the basis — laven­der, aqua­ma­rine, yel­low;
  • there are col­or com­bi­na­tions pre­sent­ed in a gra­di­ent design, when one tone used to dec­o­rate the top smooth­ly flows into anoth­er, locat­ed at the bot­tom;
  • on a snow-white back­ground, it is allowed to apply flo­ral motifs that act as a bright accent and are per­formed in rich col­ors. dress trends 2021


The cur­rent trend is sum­mer­dress­es used for an event orga­nized in the style of a beach par­ty:

  • good length mini or midi, allow­ing you to feel free on the beach;
  • the orig­i­nal solu­tion is a mini-dress, com­ple­ment­ed by a long con­trast­ing train;
  • mod­els made in the style of boho, rus­tic or Provence will organ­i­cal­ly fit into the beach style.

Wedding dresses for pregnant women hiding the belly

For brides in an inter­est­ing posi­tion, design­ers have devel­oped the most beau­ti­ful­dress­es, which are dis­tin­guished by a spe­cial cut:

  • an excel­lent solu­tion — a trape­zoid sil­hou­ette, the prod­uct expands from the chest area and is made using a one-piece cut that does not sep­a­rate the waist;
  • a thing made in the Greek style is ide­al. “Empire” is char­ac­ter­ized by a cut­ting line locat­ed under the chest. The flare com­ing from this area helps to hide the pro­trud­ing bel­ly;
  • a dis­tract­ing detail will be a fig­ured wide frill, locat­ed lon­gi­tu­di­nal­ly, going from the waist to the bot­tom of the hem;
  • a dress con­sist­ing of two parts is allowed — a skirt and an elon­gat­ed top, made in a flared ver­sion. The cut of the upper part is made in order to cov­er the stom­ach;
  • a great idea is a two-tone prod­uct in which the top is light and the bot­tom is dark. gowns for pregnant womenthe most beautifuldressestrendydresses


Cou­turi­ers includ­ed in the col­lec­tion adress in retro style, pre­sent­ed in the fol­low­ing vari­a­tions:

  • midi length, with a flared sun skirt and bare shoul­ders;
  • with a deaf closed top, dec­o­rat­ed with a lace jabot;
  • with the orig­i­nal design of the top, rem­i­nis­cent of a cape. Enhance the impres­sion of retro high gloves, almost reach­ing the shoul­ders;
  • with a peplum, locat­ed at the waist and bring­ing vin­tage notes to the image;
  • with a wide flounce cov­er­ing the shoul­ders and mul­ti-lay­ered frills con­cen­trat­ed at the bot­tom;
  • with roman­tic volu­mi­nous sleeves and a belt tied at the back with a bow.