From short, structured dresses to dramatic, voluminous ball gowns, we saw everything walk down the runway during the Fall 2019 Bridal Fashion Week in New York last week. Despite seeing an uptick in the Meghan Markle-esque gowns, free of bridal embellishments, we still saw bold lace making a statement on the runway. See five of our favorite Anomalie laces inspired by Bridal Fashion week that are now available in the lace library- ready to be pulled and stitched onto your completely custom wedding gown!
All Over Floral Guipure
Anomalie brides may have been ahead of the bridal fashion trends when requesting gowns with all over guipure floral lace. Anomalie lace F025 reminds us of the style used on this stunning Morilee gown by Madeline Gardner. Dress up a short gown by adding pearls to the vines and an overskirt to give you a more formal look for the ceremony.
Nothing reminds us of a fall wedding like lacey vines. This trend is sticking around well into next year’s bridal designs. Want to see more dresses using this lace? Ask your Anomalie stylist for K022 and to see more of our vine laces from our extensive library.
Go Bold in Gold
Or any metallic colors for that matter! We have a wide range of glitzy laces to make your dress sparkle. We’re especially in love with the beaded, gold scalloped option above, inspired by this sheer Reem Acra dress. Interested in designing a gold gown? Ask your stylist to send you our champagne and gold lining options and to see lace W029 and other similar styles!
Structured wedding gowns are making a huge comeback thanks to the royal weddings of 2018. But that doesn’t mean you have to leave the lace out completely. Add a lace bodice using elements of lattice to a structured skirt for a boho glam vibe like this Lela Rose design. Loving this lace? Request to see F020 or any other laces that use lattice to create negative space between bold florals.
Pretty in Pastel
We love that colored laces are making a comeback in bridal! No matter what time of year your wedding is set for, we highly encourage you to add some color to you gown with lace. We have pops of color on lace in blue, yellow/gold, rose/reds, purples, and greens.
(Note: Colored and metallic lace options are limited in selection and require longer production lead times. Talk to your stylist about what this means for the creation of your custom gown.)