Brides literally always wear the trousers, so when better than at your wedding to sport the fashion! A sleek stylish look for your 2016 wedding


One of the biggest surprises presented at the Bridal Week, were the trouser suits for brides, a small gap making a big effect for the 2016 season! Portrying the perfect look for a civil ceremony or to wear at your wedding reception.

Internationally renowned brands like Naeem Khan, Carolina Herrera and Cymbeline took advantage of the occasion to display elegant and innovative designs with white as the focus colour. There were tight fitted tuxedos complemented by an American jacket also fitted to give a sensual look for the riskier bride. Houghton decided to bring back the 70’s fashion using the traditional white floral prints evoking the natural image with accompanying use of colors like pale pink and brown that give life to a design for brides who prefer to wear a boho chic or folk style.

Spanish brands Inmaculada García and Isabel Sanchis introduced into their collections tailored trousers, shorts and skirts accompanied by tail and already fashion acclaimed crop top flared pants. On the other hand Marco & Maria, proposed the elegant tuxedo we had already seen presented at international parades accompanied by layers or veils to give more of a bridal look and less Streetstyle touch. The materials that the collections present for 2016 vary including silk satin, lace and French guipure. Do not miss the Houghton palazzo pants or the perfect fitted Carolina Herrera, a sensual and classic bet for 2016.

Cover Photos: NYC Houghton Webpage – Bride Lookbook

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