One of the hottest trends for 2019 weddings is geometric wedding gowns, contrarious to romantic lace gowns that are everywhere. Saying ‘geometric’, I mean geometric cutouts or geometric lace or patterns done in various ways including beading, so many brides will be able to find something to look super trendy. These can be gowns from boho and retro to glam and art deco ones, depending on the look you want and the style you are looking for. I’ve prepared some adorable ideas of fashionable geometric wedding dresses, let’s take a look.
Geometric cutouts and cuts are what you need to add an edgy touch to your look but don’t wanna go too far. If you love boho style, you may rock a lace wedding gown with a cool geometric cutout on the back and a high neckline, this is really edgy and cool. If you are a modern or minimalist bride, you may try a plain fitting wedding gown with a geometrically cutout back, maybe a low cut back, for a statement – no other detailing or decor is needed. Think of geometric side cutouts if you feel like showing off some skin, it will look no less amazing than cutout backs.
a boho wedding gown with a lace bodice and a cutout back on a button and a plain A-line skirt
a fitting boho lace wedding dress with short sleeves and a geometrically cutout back
a modern fitting wedding dress with a halter neckline and an open back with a geometric cutout back
a modern plain wedding dress with long sleeves and a cutout back with lace trimming and lace inserts on the sleeves
a minimalist wedding dress with a cutout geometric back and sheer detailing plus a train for a minimal bride
a minimalist plain wedding gown with long sleeves, a high neckline and a geometric cutout back
One of the hottest ideas that is getting popularity now is geometric lace, as opposed to floral lace. A geometric lace wedding gown will fit a boho or a retro bride, though there are some models for modern brides, too. The most popular idea is a modest dress with long sleeves and a high neckline of geometric lace but you may try various detailing, cutouts and decor. Try various geometric patterns done with printing, beading, embroidery, fabric painting and much more. The patterns can be of the same shade as your dress or contrast with it, for example, a nude dress with dark beading. Get inspired by the ideas below!
a boho white geometric lace midi wedding gown with short sleeves and a nude underdress
a breathtaking fitting wedding gowns with geometric patterns and heavy embellishments, no sleeves and a V-neckline