Autumn brides, we feel like you are all walking in company this month. Blessed with all of the royal inspiration you could ever hope for, along with gorgeous and unprecedented summer-like temperatures, we would say that you have picked a great season to get married. Here are Calèche‘s inside words on the 5 top trends for autumn brides.
1. Royal Fever
Autumn 2018 is all about big skirts, long trains and dramatic veils. The most eye-catching gowns for
this season are undoubtedly inspired by past generations of royal wedding gowns of the past, but
with a modern twist. These modern-day alternatives are all about elegant doses of drama and
effortless opulence. The Emma gown from the Natural Beauty Collection are the perfect example of
elegance and royalty with a modern twist.
2. Size Matters
Layered, voluminous, over the top skirts are back in a big way are all over this year’s runway and
should be all over you too! For the more conservative bride, a dramatic veil is the perfect way to add
flair to your wedding day ensemble.
3. Get Intimate
Say goodbye to the long embraced full linings, and get intimate with figure hugging exterior
corsets, lingerie-inspired silhouettes with negligee-esque laces. Calèche are renowned for creating
dresses with stunning, intricate lace detail.
4. Moves Like Jagger
Inspired by Bianca Jagger’s effortless wedding suit, this season suits are back for another
generation of edgy brides. The difference to past seasons? The suit embodies a sweet and elegant
feel rather than a more masculine, tomboy look. These ensembles are perfect for a more casual
look, such as civil ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, or after parties where you can move like Jagger.
Calèche have nailed the look with separate pieces Iris, Savannah and Clover.
Traditionally bridal gowns are designed as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but designers are
opening up to the idea providing multipiece designs that are able to be worn long after your
To find out more visit www.calèche.com.au or visit their showroom at 43-45 Chapel Street,
Norwood, SA 5067.
Perhaps even Meghan Markle could technically be considered an Autumn bride by Australian standards, so if you’re reading this Meghan, we hope that you found this list helpful. And also, more importantly, where was our invite…