Gone are the days of brides being restricted to all white princess gowns or simple frocks. Today’s bride can be seen in anything from a brightly coloured ball gown to a two-piece set with a midriff baring crop top. In addition to these non-conventional looks, pants have also infiltrated the bridal market. Suits and jumpsuits have become just as popular as wedding gowns and this season the designs were top notch.
Targeting the minimalist bride, Christian Siriano created a silk crêpe jumpsuit outfitted with an intricate silver appliqué. Siriano had first made this jumpsuit for Orange Is The New Black producer Lauren Morelli.
Jenny Packham’s circus-themed bridal collection is quite the show, but among the fanciful wedding gowns stands a wide leg jumpsuit outfitted with an embellished bodice and tulle train. All eyes are sure to be on any bride wearing this.
Naeem Khan’s take on the bridal pant trend comes in the form of a caviar-beaded jumpsuit with a silk satin collar. Unlike the other looks on this list, Khan’s bridal trousers give off an athleisure flair due to a drawstring and relaxed silhouette.
Sachin & Babi
A look that screams runway, Sachin & Babi’s bridal pant ensemble is youthful, fashion-forward and a little sexy. A draped sleeved fil coupé coatdress is paired with slim-fit mikado pants. Perfect for the ceremony and the reception.
Viktor & Rolf
A cropped asymmetrical jumpsuit is the name of the game at Viktor & Rolf. Minimal but abstract, this bridal suit is outfitted with an oversized bow that trains down one shoulder.
Zuhair Murad does quite well with jumpsuits and rarely designs a collection without one. So how does the Lebanese designer top the trendy trouser looks he’s done in the past? With a flared jumpsuit in white illusion lace. The naked look is certainly not for the faint of heart but women looking to drop a few jaws on their big day should certainly look to this risqué number.