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The Best Spring Bridal Trends of the Season

From colorful gowns to bridal jumpsuits, the runways at Spring 2019 bridal fashion week were anything but boring.
IMAGE COURTESY LELA ROSE
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With the royal wedding mere weeks away, the fashion world is buzzing in anticipation over what Meghan Markle might wear—and it seems designers have their minds on the big day as well. (Reem Acra and Monique Lhuillier, for instance, debuted breathtaking princess-inspired silhouettes at their Spring 2019 shows.) Among the other bridal fashion week trends? Minimalism, colorful hues, and unconventional bridal suits. Here's a recap of our favorite looks from this season's collections.

Colorful Gowns

Ines di Santo


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Vera Wang


Tara LaTour


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Carolina Herrera


Hermione De Paula


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Minimalist

Anne Barge


Justin Alexander


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Monique Lhuillier


Atelier Pronovias


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Amsale

Bridal Suit

Cristina Ottaviano


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Lela Rose


Naeem Khan


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Tadashi Shoji


Beautiful Bows

Lela Rose


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Gala by Galia Lahav


Romona New York Collection


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Marchesa


Fit For A Princess

Oleg Cassini


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Galia Lahav Couture


Monique Lhuillier


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Reem Acra


Capes

Elie Saab


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Reem Acra


Mira Zwillinger


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*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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