Wedding Dress Trends For 2023

With Bridal Fashion Week’s Spring 2023 collections on display, it’s evident we’ll be seeing an array of trends and styles in the upcoming season. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites!


Stark, bright white wedding gowns are seemingly taking a back seat as more and more brides incorporate pops of color down the aisle. These hues are often subtle, ranging from light blue and lavender to peach and pink. If you’re not ready to dive into the pastel rainbow, go for an off-white option. Stepping away from the age-old tradition is sure to have those in attendance remember your special day.

Our Pick: Amsale “Tatum” Dress ($9,595, view here)

High Necklines

(image courtesy @parishilton)

This season, high-neck wedding dresses are getting a second glance, especially thanks to celebrities such as Paris Hilton, who sported (as one of her multiple dress changes) a sheer, floral Oscar de la Renta gown with a mock neck.

Our Pick: Ines Di Santo “Estefania” Dress ($6,000-$6,999, view here)

Ballet-Inspired Details

Ballet dancers and their costumes full of tulle, ribbons, crystals, and sheer elements have found their way into wedding dresses. These beautiful, elegant details will place you right at center stage.

Our Pick: Dany Tabet Emerge Collection “Pearl” Dress (made to order, view here)

Elaborate Ball Gowns

After two years of small-scale pandemic-era weddings, brides and their parties are back and ready to celebrate with elaborate gowns featuring exaggerated elements. Picture the Cinderella dress of your dreams and what that might entail. A full princess skirt? A long train? Oversized puffed or bell sleeves? The options are endless.

Our Pick: Elie Saab Off-the-Shoulder Organza Layered Ballgown (made to order, view here)

Party Dresses

This season, brides are also selecting shorter dresses that offer movement, flexibility, and plenty of room for dancing. Ready to ditch the dress altogether? Jumpsuits and pantsuits are also making their way to the forefront.

Our Picks:

Amsale Lottie Jumpsuit ($550, view here)

Lela Rose “The Crawford” (made to order, view here)

Sources: Brides, The New York Times

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