Esposa Privé Reveals Top Bridal Trends for 2019

Esposa Privé Reveals Top Bridal Trends for 2019

The world’s best bridal gown designers reimagined the bride of today, announcing a year that places the contemporary bride more than ever in the spotlight. Esposa Privé covers the latest 2019 trends through a selection of wedding dresses that promises nothing but pure romance.

1. Ball gowns
Ball gowns have gone nowhere, and they’re totally drop-dead. Rosa Clara proves it with a wedding dress that combines all the elements of a fairy-tale bridal look, while Esposacouture reaffirms its modern signature with a ruffle-made voluminous gown.

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2. Bold Blooms
The floral motif remains a favorite, yet takes a new dimension in Viktor & Rolf’s creations. Bold blooms adorn free-flowing gowns, offering the bride a fresh and relaxed bridal look.

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3. Capes and Trains
They probably look different but they never go out of style. In Esposa Privé’s latest acquired brand, J’Aton, capes and trains make the perfect addition to a sensually bohemian wedding look.

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4. Clean and Simple
This year, Carolina Herrera nod to simple elegance, setting the trend for strapless wedding dresses distinguished by subtle cuts and beautiful princess gowns.

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5. Puffed Sleeves
A new favorite, puffed sleeves take over drastically this season. The princess-style trend gets even more royal with Ines Di Santo’s touch. Combined with an elegant leaf and flower motif, and a lavish fabric, the bridal dress makes no compromise in praising elegant romance.

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6. Ruffle Galor
The ruffle trend is revisited by Marchesa and Esposacouture this season, meeting embroidered elegance with discrete and romantic layers, adding an exquisite touch to princess gowns.

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7. Super Plunge
The deep plunge is back, not like you know it. With Lazaro and Esposacouture, it steers away from flagrant to embrace the graceful and distinguished touch of the designer.

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8. Traditional Style
No matter the era, bridal trends can never turn a blind eye to traditional elegance. The classic lace-embroidered long-sleeve princess gown remains timeless, as illustrated by Monique L’huillier this season.

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If you want to be the first to know how to wear the 2019 bridal trends, stay tuned to Esposa Privé’s news or simply visit our bridal shops to discover our latest selection of wedding dresses by the world’s best fashion designers in Esposa Privé branches in Downtown, Beirut and Jumeirah 1, 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, Ramleh Al Bayda and Dubai 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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