The 7 Biggest 2018 Spring Bridal Trends at Esposa Privé

The 7 Biggest 2018 Spring Bridal Trends at Esposa Privé

The latest wedding trends of the world’s most renowned designers have one address: Esposa Privé. This year’s spring trends make no exception as they land in our stores, with a beautiful little “je ne sais quoi” for every bride-to-be. If you are looking for the wedding dress that reflects your favorite look of love while embodying the “dernier cri” of bridal fashion, you are exactly where you should be.

Here are the biggest bridal trends of 2018, available at any Esposa Privé store near you!

1- Oversized Bows
Proving that royal elegance is timeless, oversized bows remain in the lead of this year’s trends. Mainly noticed on Viktor & Rolf and Ines Di Santo’s models, the gowns seem to be revisited, marrying classic with a touch of modern, whether through contemporary motifs or cuts, to better suit the woman of today.

  Print   2- Off-the-shoulder
When it comes to baring those shoulders, no one does it better than EsposaCouture designed by Kristie Romanos. Hitting hard with the ageless cut, the luxury bridal brand introduces the trend in its own unique way this year, proposing a boho version of romance that never fails to add elegance to the feminine silhouette

  Print   3- Sexy plunges
Sexy never goes out of style and this year’s spring trends are here to prove it. With EsposaCouture and Ines di Santo as proud ambassadors, the deep-plunging V necks make a bold statement, not afraid to flatter the feminine silhouette through the most sensual wedding dresses.

  Print   4- 3D florals
The 3D floral appliqués take a new dimension this year in Viktor & Rolf and Carolina Herrera’s creations. Naturally sprinkled over the fabrics, they adorn the bridal dresses with a free-spirited touch, recalling the random and uncontrolled movements of nature. They are here to add a sweet yet imposing touch.
  Print   5- Cascading Ruffles
On the movement front, the cascading ruffles prevail with a notable presence among the 2018 trends. Remarkably highlighted in Lazaro and EsposaCouture collections, they aim at adding a playful touch to classic romance, beautifully contrasting with embroidered bodices.

  Print   6- Flutter sleeves
The 2018 spring bridal trends are joined in by the flutter sleeves, an unconventional add-on that comes to accentuate the flirtatious bridal look, especially in Marchesa’s creations. We are simply in love with this outstanding bridal dress, available in our Esposa Privé stores!

  Print   7- The Shiny Effect
Last but not least, and to make it an electric bridal year, 2018 trends confidently reintegrate the shiny effect to the bridal scene. EsposaCouture and Lazaro reign in this department, revisiting the glittery look with a touch of elegance that transforms wedding dresses into fairytale works of romance.

  Print   Injecting the trends of the season in each of its dresses, the Esposa Privé 2018 collection is more sensual than ever. Combining the EsposaCouture creations designed by Kristie Romanos, as well as the latest pieces of designers Lazaro, Monique L’huillier, Marchesa, Ines di Santo, Viktor &rolf and more, the wedding dresses can be found exclusively at Esposa Privé bridal shops in Downtown-Beirut and Dubai.

About Esposa
With a presence spanning over 30 years, Esposa is a luxury bridal boutique offering every bride-to-be a one-stop shop to find her perfect wedding look, from her dream gown to her wedding shoes and the accessories she needs. Esposa Group includes the EsposaPrive stores located in Downtown-Beirut and Dubai where bridal creations offer the choice between a multi-brand selection showcasing the works of international designers including Carolina Herrera, Viktor&Rolf and Monique L’huillier, and EsposaPrive’s own couture brand, EsposaCouture, as well as a wide evening segment and a selection of shoes and accessories. Esposa Group encompasses also the Esposa boutiques located in Lebanon (Dbayeh and Verdun), and Yas Mall, Abu Dhabi, showcasing a multi-brand bridal collection in addition to own couture brand Plume by Esposa, an evening segment, and a selection of shoes and accessories.
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