2024 Bridal Trends as Seen on the Runway

2024 Bridal Trends as Seen on the Runway

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Oct 26, 2023

What's Trending for 2024 Brides?


The Ladies of Lineage team is fresh off the runway reporting with the latest bridal trends for 2024. From drop waists to hand painted details, the bridal industry collectively impressed us with the newest trends to behold. Take a look at a few of our favorite bridal trends in luxury bridal.  



Drop It Like It's Hot


Our designers collaboratively said Amen to A-lines! A-line shapes and ball gowns continue to be the classic statement piece, but this season comes with the resurgence of the drop waist. Each of our designers debuted their drop waist gown as an expected best seller. Some drop waist gowns flowed with a gazar skirt and others with the classic mikado. Aside from beautiful fabrics that differentiate this classic shape, your torso will be elongated allowing that precise curve at the waistline to remain a highlight of your feminine silhouette. Take a look at some of the incredible designer drop waist wedding gowns in these 2024 bridal collections.







Florals in Bloom

A blossoming trend across this New York Bridal Fashion Week was the dutchess floral jacquard wedding gown. While brocade and jacquard fabrics have seen increased interest throughout the last decade, the floral dutchess satin fabrics have been reintroduced to designer collections. For the bride who likes something unique, but doesn't want to stray too far from the classic sheen and smoothness of a satin or mikado, the floral dutchess jacquard will be the perfect fit.


Along with floral jacquard wedding gowns, a new trend of hand-painted petals and floral details were introduced. For the 2024 bridal collections, these details were showcased  on veils or adorned on luxe satin fabrics.







Last, but not least, a notable trend for the upcoming 2024 and 2025 bride features the use of bows. Instead of the ever-popular, classic back bow detail, we are seeing more quaint shoulder bows or petite waistband bows to polish off a wedding look. From our designer collections alone, there was a bow in the form of a shawl wrap with a dramatic train, slim batwing style bow ties on gown straps, and petite bows as a band detail at the natural waistline on a drop waist gown.


While our designers always show up to give us the most beautiful pieces, this season felt exceptional and memorable. Our stock orders are placed, and we will be awaiting these gorgeous new bridal trends in the new year.