This April, the team at Maggie Louise flew to New York City for one of the largest events for the bridal industry, New York Bridal Fashion Week. For a few days, designers around the world meet in the Big Apple to showcase their newest collections to press and boutiques. We are always eyes wide open looking for the newest trends to bring back to our sweet southern boutique for our lovely Maggie Louise brides. This season a few trends were stood out and we look forward to bringing SOME of these trends into the boutique.

CREPE

Crepe gowns made a beautifully strong presence this season at New York Bridal Fashion Week. These gowns are perfect for the bride wanted a minimalist or modern look for her special day. One of the favorite traits of Crepe is its ability to move with ease and flow.

Theia - Photography by  Collin Pierson

Theia - Photography by Collin Pierson

Amsale - Photography by  Collin Pierson

Amsale - Photography by Collin Pierson


BOWS

The chicest bows adorned many gowns this season in New York City. From tulle to satin, each designer presented their own take on the classic trend. Whether at the train or the neck, a bow is a great way to add interest to a wedding day look.

Rivini - Photography by C harla Storey Photography

Rivini - Photography by Charla Storey Photography

Lela Rose - Photography by  Charla Storey

Lela Rose - Photography by Charla Storey

Florals


Nothing says spring like florals and this season spring was definitely front and center on the runways in New York City. Floral laces adorned many gowns but one trend that stood out was the presence of 3D florals with petals adding dimension beyond the usual look of lace. Floral patterns often appeared more modern with new artistic takes on floral designs.

Berta - Photography by Collin Pierson

Berta - Photography by Collin Pierson

Hayley Paige

Hayley Paige

MODIFIERS


This season more than ever it could be said that the options were endless. Why? TOPPERS AND MODIFiERS! From boleros to wraps, each designer showcased methods for personalizing the gowns they offered.

Anne Barge - Photography by  Morgan Newsom Photography

Anne Barge - Photography by Morgan Newsom Photography

DRAMATIC SLEEVES

This season sleeves made quite a presence! Of course a classic ladled sleeve can be a a beautiful option, but in New York designers were truly pushing the envelope with sleeves. From puffs to wings, the bigger seemed to be the better with this trend.

Lela Rose - Photography by  Morgan Newsom Photography

Lela Rose - Photography by Morgan Newsom Photography

Rivini - Photography by  Collin Pierson

Rivini - Photography by Collin Pierson

DEEP Vs

If you are a lover of deep V bodices, there was plenty for you to admire this season in New York City. Each designer presented a number of plunging necklines, some more daring than others.

Berta - Photography by  Collin Pierson

Berta - Photography by Collin Pierson



COLOR

A reoccuring theme this season is the continued rise in popularity of weddings gowns in colors outside of white and ivories. Designer Anne Barge showcased a stunning steel blue ballgown that absolutely made us swoon. Hayley Paige continued with pops of colors in her collection as well. Beautiful gowns perfect for every brides’ personality.

Anne Barge - Photography by  Morgan Newsom Photography

Anne Barge - Photography by Morgan Newsom Photography

Spring 2019 Bridal Fashion Week in New York certainly wowed with many new options from our collection of internationally renowned bridal designers. We look forward to bringing home new gowns to our sweet boutique. While we would love to stock our store with all the gowns we viewed at New York Bridal Fashion Week, we will carefully analyze what gowns our Maggie Louise brides will request and best connect with. Gowns seen at market will be available to find their homes in boutiques in the next 6 months depending on the designer.


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