The Best New Bridal Styles From the Spring & Fall 2017 Runways

Check out our favorite new bridal fashion trends, from high necks and chokers to off-the-shoulder gowns and sleeves.

HIGH NECK

Channel your inner royal highness with a Victorian-style gown fit for a modern queen—or a future queen’s sister a la Pippa Middleton, sibling to Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge, who tied the knot over the weekend in a custom Giles Deacon lace wedding gown.

Get the look in neck-to-toe lace by Reem AcraPronovias, or Carolina Herrera. Shop Reem Acra and Carolina Herrera Bridal at the Nordstrom Wedding Suite.; shop Pronovnas at La Belle Elaine’s and Le Salon Bridal Couture

OFF THE SHOUlDER 

Take a cue from the go-to trend for street-style stars and show a little shoulder on your big day. Try an exposed-shoulder frock by Sachin & BabiRime Arodaky, or TheiaShop Rime Arodaky and Theia at The Dress Theory

CHOKERS

For cool-girl wedding style, pair a white or bejeweled ’90s-vibe choker with a lace-inset gown with bishop sleeves by Ti Adora, a shimmering ball gown by Hayley Paige, or a sleek slip dress by Grace Loves LaceShop Ti Adora at Belltown Bride; shop Hayley Paige at The Dress Theory

SLEEVES

From bell to flutter to sheer, sleeves in all shapes, sizes, and fabrics continue to reign supreme on bridal runways. We love Divine Atelier‘s elegant elbow-length sleeves, Hayley Paige‘s ethereal bishop sleeves, and Idan Cohen‘s extra-long lace sleeves. Shop Hayley Paige at The Dress Theory

Photographs courtesy the designers; Pronovias photo by Dan Lecca