8 of the Hottest Wedding Dress Trends for 2024


Do you love making a statement when it comes to style? Then you’re in luck because 2024’s wedding dress trends are bolder than ever before.

This year, brides and designers are pushing the boundaries of bridal fashion, taking inspiration from TikTok trends as much as the red carpets and the runways. Think unconventional silhouettes, high-fashion details, and unique accessories, including cold-shoulder necklines for the cool girls, bows and ruffles for the coquettes, and boleros and overskirts for the true tastemakers. And that’s just the tip of the buttercream-frosted iceberg!

Ready to get inspired? These are eight wedding dress trends that are going viral in 2024.

Off-the-shoulder silhouettes

When it comes to 2024 weddings, cold feet are out and cold shoulders are in. The cold-shoulder dress looks just like it sounds: these gowns sit oh-so-sexily off the shoulder, revealing the collarbones and a peek of that decolletage.

While some off-the-shoulder dresses are fitted with spaghetti straps, others are tailored with a structured bodice that holds everything in place. Two great examples of the look are our Vesper gown, which features delicate swag sleeves, and the Cosmo, which features a plunging V-neck for even more allure.

Corset-inspired tailoring

The corset has been making a fashion comeback for a few seasons now. This year, however, the silhouette has become one of the bridal world’s most coveted trends. And we’re not talking about your (great-great-great) grandmother’s corsets! Today’s corseted wedding dresses draw all the inspiration -- and none of the discomfort -- from the centuries-old style with tailoring and boning designed to support rather than cinch the body. The result is a romantic, old-world look that you can dance (and eat and drink) in all night long.

Puff sleeves

half-leftThis year, adjectives like “frothy” and “fluffy” aren’t reserved just for your wedding cake. They also describe one of the year’s hottest bridal trends: the puff sleeve.

Shaped like two perfect tufts of buttercream frosting, puff sleeves add a dash of sweetness to any wedding look. Many wedding gowns, like the ones worn by model Jessie Li and designer Sandy Liang, feature puff sleeves tailored into the dress itself. However, if you want a just taste of the trend, you can opt for a dress like the Collins, which features a removable puff sleeve bolero that gives you two looks in one, or the Cosmo, whose puff sleeves can be detached.

Evening Gloves

From cinched waists to full skirts, Old Hollywood glamour is back in bridal fashion in a big way this year. And nothing says “screen siren” more than a pair of evening gloves. 

Inspired by stars like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn, tons of celebrity brides, including Nicola Peltz-Beckham, have donned the trend down the aisle in recent years. While Nicola opted for a dainty lace pair, these accessories come in an array of fabrics, like satin and mesh, and styles, including opera-length or even fingerless.

Peekaboo mesh

From Beyonce to Bella Hadid, the naked dress has been celebrities’ go-to evening look for almost a decade now. This year, the look has crossed over from the red carpet to the wedding aisle via one clever design hack: peekaboo mesh. 

These sheer panels are designed to create the illusion of bare skin. When placed around the decolletage, the midriff, or the back (as seen on our Manhattan gown), they give a small, sexy peek of skin without giving it all away. And that all means this wedding trend can take you from the chapel to the afterparty, seamlessly.half-left


Want a show-stopping outfit change without the effort (or the extra expense)? So do a ton of modern brides who are reaching for boleros to complete their two-in-one wedding looks. These ultra-cropped jackets are designed to add extra coverage to your wedding dress and have been a bridal staple for decades mainly for their functionality.

Today, however, brides are slipping in—and out—of boleros in order to make a style statement on their big day, layering the garment on during their ceremony and removing it come reception time to create a brand new look.

Pearl accents

Are you more of a quiet luxury bride or a mermaidcore bride? Either way, you’re in luck because pearls are currently making waves in bridal fashion. Depending on how you style them, these natural accents can add a touch of soignée sophistication or beachy cool to your wedding look. If you’re going for the former, you’ll want to consider accessories like dainty pearl necklaces or elegant pearl-encrusted evening gloves. If mermaidcore is more your vibe, you can evoke an under-the-sea look with a few pearl-embellished barrettes and hair accessories, or something a little extra like our pearl-studded gloves.

Dramatic overskirts

If this year’s wedding trends had a catchphrase it would be, “Go big or go home.” And no 2024 trend embodies that slogan more than the overskirt. This wedding separate is designed to be worn over your wedding dress, giving it a little more va va voom.

Each overskirt is created differently, meaning there’s one out there to match every style. Some are made to add extra volume and call to mind the regal bustles of your favourite period dramas, while others feature ultra-long trains that are sure to make an impression during your walk down the aisle. Made of dazzling champagne-toned tulle, our Sparkle Overskirt provides a modern take on the classic princess-style wedding gown.