Wedding dresses 2021 - the best selection of the most fashionable, modern dresses

For the Slavs, sum­mer and autumn are the time for wed­dings, so it is impor­tant to find out which­dress­es in 2021 have soared to the peak of pop­u­lar­i­ty so that our brides are the most charm­ing, the most beau­ti­ful, the most ten­der and the most trendy. Lead­ing fash­ion design­ers have already pre­sent­ed their col­lec­tions on the world podi­um, show­ing stun­ning mod­els for every taste.

Wedding dresses — trends 2021

  1. Style trend­set­ters have pre­sent­ed fash­ion­able­dress­es in their spring-sum­mer 2021 col­lec­tions, which express all the mod­ern trends of our time. Fash­ion gurus drew inspi­ra­tion from Provence and flower fields, so the shows showed not only tra­di­tion­al white solu­tions, but also mod­els in laven­der and pink, cream and pow­der tones, as well as with large or small flow­ers. The trend is both the eter­nal maxi clas­sic and avant-garde vari­a­tions in mini and midi. dresses 2021 trends
  1. Wed­ding trendy dress­es 2021 have absorbed all the lead­ing trends. Max­i­mal­ism, for exam­ple, is expressed in lux­u­ri­ous fluffy skirts, with many flounces and frills, feath­ers and fringe. Mod­els are dec­o­rat­ed with stones, rhine­stones, even con­trast­ing inserts in retro vari­a­tions. As opposed to max­i­mal­ism, lovers of con­cise­ness exhib­it min­i­mal­ism, when­dress­es are sewn with prac­ti­cal, even in linen style, suit dress­es, so that lat­er these basic ele­ments can be worn not only for large cel­e­bra­tions.

How to choose adress?

Any bride pre­pares in advance for her own wed­ding, and choos­es mod­ern­dress­es to look amaz­ing and be the queen on this hol­i­day. What should be con­sid­ered when choos­ing an ensem­ble? Styl­ists advise pay­ing atten­tion not only to the fea­tures of the physique and fig­ure, but also to the gen­er­al planned atmos­phere of the cel­e­bra­tion. There are tra­di­tion­al con­ven­tions, and some cou­ples pre­fer a twist, and pre­pare wed­dings in dif­fer­ent styles, coun­try, retro, boho, Provence, hip­pie, grunge, glam rock and oth­er exist­ing ones. There­fore, the out­fits are select­ed appro­pri­ate.

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Choos­ing­dress­es in 2021 should take into account all your wish­es, because mod­ern fash­ion is so diverse that it can sat­is­fy all needs. You can try on an extrav­a­gant mini or ele­gant midi, then the bride will turn out a lit­tle mys­te­ri­ous and a lit­tle dar­ing. There are dress­es made of den­im, leather, knit­ted from cot­ton and linen, which cor­re­spond to var­i­ous styl­is­tic trends. If you want to focus on tra­di­tion­al­ism, you can pick up a chic maxi dress, in a diverse style, ide­al­ly suit­ed only to your fig­ure.



Prac­ti­cal brides choose a light­dress from the ready-to-wear col­lec­tions to wear to cock­tail and evening events, and if the fig­ure allows, and the mini suits you, then this is a great option for many occa­sions. What styles are in trend?

  1. A dress with open shoul­ders and a small turn-down or false col­lar with short sleeves and a flared skirt in retro vari­a­tions. Mini mod­els with a lantern sleeve and a tutu skirt will also be in high demand; com­fort­able shoes and even sneak­ers are per­fect for such options.
  1. Fit­ted­dress­es 2021 on a corset with volu­mi­nous and flared short skirts made of tulle, guipure, silk, crepe de chine and chif­fon, here the choice depends on per­son­al pref­er­ences.
  2. Style with a retro bias, bell, Tatyan­ka, trape­zoid and A‑silhouette, with addi­tion­al design­er decor in the form of small or large flower appli­ca­tions, abstract stains, rhine­stone scat­ter­ing on the dress.
  3. Tight-fit­ting trans­former­dress with a detach­able puffy train, which can be use­ful after the­for going out.


The clas­sic mididress has a retro touch, it came to us from our great-grand­moth­ers and grand­moth­ers from the begin­ning of the 20th cen­tu­ry. It is very rel­e­vant, because a bow with such a base is suit­able for any sit­u­a­tion. Prop­er­ly select­ed prod­uct slims the fig­ure and stretch­es the sil­hou­ette. The choice should be treat­ed very care­ful­ly and take into account the fea­tures of the pro­por­tions of the body. Such clothes have no age and will look equal­ly good on both mature brides and young beau­ties. Vin­tage styles with puffy and flared skirts and fit­ted tops are in fash­ion, corsets are allowed.

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Wed­ding dress­es 2021 midi length are pre­sent­ed in the fol­low­ing styles:

  • along with an eter­nal case and a pen­cil, a bell and Tatyan­ka are in trend, as well as a flared sun;
  • trapeze and A‑line — a true greet­ing from the retro of the last cen­tu­ry;
  • things with open shoul­ders and a semi-adja­cent sil­hou­ette, as well as solu­tions with an open back and even, nar­row, straight skirts, can be with diverse cuts, side, back and front;
  • mer­maid, year, pleat­ed and lush frills, flounces, as well as ruf­fles in the like­ness of a Span­ish dress.


The most beau­ti­ful­dress­es have a maxi floor length, they are pre­sent­ed in the col­lec­tions of lead­ing fash­ion design­ers, and Zuhair Murad again pleas­ant­ly impressed us with his mas­ter­pieces, which com­bine the beau­ty and fem­i­nin­i­ty of the East, the charm of France, extrav­a­gance and crav­ing for the free­dom of Amer­i­ca, stiff­ness, gloss and style UK, all in one bot­tle. His dress­es, like the prod­ucts of oth­er world-famous design­ers, cap­ti­vate with their chic look, play of pas­tel shades.


Now, in the com­ing year, you will not find red, blue and green var­i­ous mod­els of floor-length­dress­es in famous col­lec­tions, but laven­der, cream, pink and beige tones are present in every show. As well as pat­terns on the fab­ric, which can be flo­ral and abstract. For exam­ple, a dis­creet Turk­ish cucum­ber or abstract floristry, but it is bet­ter for brides to refuse clear graph­ics and geom­e­try, as well as com­plex plot com­po­si­tions this year, because fem­i­nin­i­ty and ten­der­ness, con­cise­ness and ele­gant lux­u­ry are in trend in one set.

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Wedding dresses for full

Plus size­dress­es are just as beau­ti­ful, they are avail­able in all exist­ing styles, even semi-fit­ted sil­hou­ette, mer­maid and year. How­ev­er, for those who have lux­u­ri­ous forms, styl­ists rec­om­mend opt­ing for free high-waist­ed mod­els, a la Natasha Ros­to­va or Greek women, so that the flared hem hides minor fig­ure errors and trans­fers visu­al accents only to mer­its. An excel­lent choice would be dress­es with a com­bi­na­tion of fab­rics, where the top can be lace or guipure, and the hem can be satin, silk or chif­fon. dresses for plus size

It is bet­ter to choose closed styles for plump brides, or if you want to expose the neck­line and shoul­ders, then be sure to make sleeves, you should refuse an open back due to a spe­cial fig­ure. You can opt for over­sized chi­tons and hood­ies made of expen­sive fab­rics, trapeze and A‑silhouette. An excel­lent solu­tion would be not only maxi prod­ucts, but also midi loose-fit­ting items, but it is advis­able to refuse extreme mini, espe­cial­ly if the legs are full. Fit­ted dress­es can also be suit­able if the waist is thin, but the hips are wide.

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Wedding dress in Greek style

Antiq­ui­ty con­tin­ues to dom­i­nate this year, so a Greek­dress will be a very rel­e­vant choice for a cel­e­bra­tion. The waist in such styles varies, it can be high, sol­id and with an allowance. A sol­id line is a tight-fit­ting dis­tance from the chest to the waist. Often this part is made of a dif­fer­ent mate­r­i­al or dec­o­rat­ed with addi­tion­al details. With an allowance — a line locat­ed at the waist and formed with a braid that cap­tures the fab­ric, then it is added on top of the belt.

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The sil­hou­ette in Greek dress­es is free at the bot­tom, some prod­ucts have a train, and lead­ing fash­ion design­ers play not only with the waist­line, but also with the effect of asym­me­try. There are solu­tions with an asym­met­ri­cal top on one shoul­der, and there are vari­a­tions with a dif­fer­ence in the length of the hem and the asym­me­try of the skirt of the entire prod­uct. Sum­mer is full of exper­i­ments, and style trend­set­ters have pre­sent­ed Greek women in their col­lec­tions not only in snow-white tones, but also in pink, cream, pow­der, cof­fee and soft pas­tel shades for those brides who want to slight­ly devi­ate from tra­di­tion.


Boho styledress

The boho­dress is designed for all free­dom-lov­ing, cre­ative, dar­ing natures who are not afraid of exper­i­ments, who are not afraid to be not only extrav­a­gant, but also fem­i­nine and roman­tic at the same time. Those who pre­fer a demo­c­ra­t­ic spir­it com­bined with bohemi­an chic and eth­nic motifs, lay­er­ing and light­weight pomp. For such prod­ucts, fly­ing, trans­par­ent fab­rics and loose-fit­ting skirts are suit­able.

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What are boho­dress­es 2021? These are chi­tons and hood­ies, fit­ted prod­ucts with flared skirts, exquis­ite solu­tions with flounces and ruf­fles, knitwear with addi­tion­al design­er decor in the form of stitch­ing, fringe, appliqués, a com­bi­na­tion of per­fo­rat­ed fab­rics, sequins and lace, tas­sels and frills. Do not for­get that such dress­es are not com­bined with stilet­tos and clas­sic shoes, but Cos­sack boots, moc­casins, espadrilles or wedge san­dals are an excel­lent choice for these ensem­bles.



The fish­dress is a fit­ted­dress, where the adja­cent sil­hou­ette reach­es almost to the knees, and then there is a flared hem, like a mer­maid­’s tail. It can be with a train, closed, with open shoul­ders or back, on the straps or straps, with an asym­met­ric effect, on one shoul­der. In some mod­els there are sleeves of trendy styles, loose or tight, depend­ing on the cut of the prod­uct itself. Such solu­tions are more suit­able for brides with ide­al pro­por­tions, because they empha­size all the main curves of the fig­ure. dress fish

Wedding dress transformer

Anoth­er hit of our time for brides is the orig­i­nal­dress­es with detach­able details, which have learned the name of trans­former dress­es. Often in these prod­ucts the skirt and sleeves come unfas­tened. Clip-on skirts in such mod­els can be of a diverse style, with flounces, ruf­fles, mul­ti-lay­ered and puffy, as well as light, fly­ing flared ones. Very rel­e­vant solu­tions for prac­ti­cal fash­ion­istas, because the dress itself is tight-fit­ting and can be used for var­i­ous oth­er spe­cial occa­sions. dress transformeroriginaldresses


Sum­mer­dress­es for a cer­e­mo­ny by the sea or ocean have a num­ber of fea­tures. They can be both maxi and midi, and mini. The styl­ists have iden­ti­fied styles that will fit into this charm­ing nat­ur­al atmos­phere of ease as much as pos­si­ble:

  • Greek image;
  • dress in linen style;
  • A‑silhouette;
  • crop top, or sep­a­rat­e­dress;
  • mer­maid style;
  • mod­els with an open back, open shoul­ders, with a slouch­ing at the waist, a dif­fer­ence in the length of the hem with an abun­dance of decor in the form of trendy flounces and frills;
  • trans­form­ing dress­es.

Wedding dress with train

A chic­dress with a train is tru­ly mag­nif­i­cent, it can instant­ly turn a mod­est and shy bride into a fatal beau­ty-queen who can com­mand every­one and every­thing, includ­ing the ele­ments of nature, with just a glance. The train can be fas­tened to the shoul­ders, in the form of a trans­former, or it can be a con­tin­u­a­tion of a huge puffy and flared maxi skirt, both long and medi­um-length or short­ened, here the choice will depend on the per­son­al pref­er­ences of the beau­ty who chose such a dress for the cer­e­mo­ny.

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The undis­put­ed trend of the sum­mer sea­son 2021 for brides is an ele­gant­dress made of lace and open­work, espe­cial­ly in com­bi­na­tion with guipure. It can be of any length, both maxi and midi or mini, and a diverse style, from an even case to sun-flared with puffy mul­ti-lay­ered skirts. This out­fit is suit­able for roman­tic ladies, empha­sizes fresh­ness and youth, and gives mature brides youth, empha­sizes the nat­ur­al eccen­tric­i­ty and the desire of the beau­ti­ful half of human­i­ty for beau­ty and grace.


Wedding dress with bare shoulders

Styl­ish­dress­es, which have not gone out of fash­ion for sev­er­al sea­sons, are mod­els with bare shoul­ders, orig­i­nal neck­lines, edg­ing or a turn-down or laid-on ele­gant col­lar. Some mod­els have a vari­ety of hit sleeves, and a spe­cial chic is the effect of asym­me­try on one shoul­der, when there is one shoul­der strap or strap, both dec­o­rat­ed and lacon­ic.

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Wedding dress with lantern sleeves

A true retro 20th cen­tu­ry homage is a beau­ti­ful­dress with puffed puff sleeves, both long and 3/4, or short at the cuffs. Sleeves can be made from the same mate­r­i­al as the dress, or they can play in stun­ning con­trast. Sim­i­lar solu­tions are made of guipure, lace, organ­za, crepe de chine and chif­fon. The dress itself does not have to be closed, vari­a­tions are pos­si­ble with bare shoul­ders, back and unique neck­lines with a deep neck­line. dress with lantern sleevespuff sleevedress


Lacon­ic and closed mod­est­dress­es do not mean that they are not chic. Many mod­els have fluffy flared skirts and mag­nif­i­cent addi­tion­al decor, rhine­stones, peb­bles, embroi­dery. The col­lec­tion shows showed straight and straight mod­els, solu­tions with a pen­cil skirt and even sheaths, how­ev­er, in the sum­mer of 2021, brides pre­fer floor-length maxi with sun-flared skirts.


Wedding dress with open back

Charm and chic in one set, or the best­dress­es are long, floor-length maxi mod­els with an open back, but accord­ing to the rules of good man­ners, a closed front. The cutout on the back can be diverse, tri­an­gu­lar, oval, square and even rhom­bus, both with a bind­ing on thin sup­port­ing straps, and with­out any­thing. An addi­tion­al dec­o­ra­tion is some­times a drap­ery in the area of ​​​​the fin­ish­ing cutout on the back, a wide or medi­um belt that empha­sizes the waist and small laces along the edg­ing of a deep neck­line.

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A retro style­dress is a trib­ute to the fash­ion trends that dom­i­nate the world cat­walk. A true greet­ing from the depths of cen­turies, not only the 20th, but also the 19th, and even the 18th, as well as the Renais­sance, and Antiq­ui­ty with abun­dant dec­o­ra­tions, a deep neck­line and bare shoul­ders. How­ev­er, true fash­ion­istas choose mod­est closed dress­es of vin­tage cut with ruf­fles, frills, lace inserts in coun­try and boho style and mul­ti-lay­ered volu­mi­nous flounces. Some mod­els come with fringe and lace.

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Prac­ti­cal brides choose for a cel­e­bra­tion a sim­ple­dress in a lacon­ic linen style, as such mod­els are also called — com­bi­na­tion dress­es with thin and medi­um straps, or one shoul­der. These options will be an excel­lent solu­tion not only for the­cer­e­mo­ny, but also then come in handy for cock­tail par­ties and roman­tic walks with her hus­band. These prod­ucts are pre­sent­ed in diverse styles and are sewn from dif­fer­ent, but expen­sive mate­ri­als. dress combinationsimpledress