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Off the shoulder:

This style was seen in almost all 2018 collections in New York and Barcelona. It’s a great option for a more traditional bride who wants to put a modern twist on a sweetheart neckline (and, she notes, shoulder details are always stunning in photos!).

Minimalist gowns:

Like the saying goes, “sometimes simple is better.” These gowns tend to be striking yet simple dresses, with very little ornate detail (if any at all). Most are floor length, some are low cut or low back, some are round neck or V neck, but all are elegant and understated.

Bohemian Vibes:

Think Kate Moss; romantic, BOHO glam incorporates a Bohemian, carefree style that really is guided by the bride’s sense of style. These are the type of dresses suited for less formal ceremonies and receptions, such as beach and barn weddings, and a style Lee believes stands the test of time.

Adorned plunging necklines and backs:

Nothing is more gorgeous than a deep V-cut gown and a sleek skirt, she said. These attributes are found on a variety of traditional, minimalist and Bohemian dresses.

More recent trends include:

Heavy and bold lace with nude undertones: Heavy and bold lace has been spotted for a while now. Statement lace that photographs like a dream and never disappoints even the most discerning bride-to-be.

Additionally, fashion reports on top trends also mentioned dresses with bridal capes, dresses with large bow accents, dresses with feather and three-dimensional embellishments and halter-top dresses with deep and not-so-deep plunging necklines.