For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
Kleinfeld co-owner, Mara Urshel & head buyer Dorothy Silver spent bridal fashion week seeking out the hottest new wedding dresses for 2017 brides. From runway shows to private appointments, Urshel & Silver saw over 40 designers and hundreds of new wedding dresses! Below are the 2017 wedding trends and a few of Mara Urshel’s favorite wedding dresses that will be new to Kleinfeld in 2017!
1) Mermaid Silhouette
You heard it here first! The mermaid silhouette is not going anywhere and will continue to be a HUGE trend in wedding dresses!
Dress Designer: Eve of Milady
2) The Plunging Neckline
Be on the lookout for plunging necklines! The deep-v will add a touch of sexiness to any type of silhouette.
Dress Designer: Christos
3) Long sleeves
On trend since Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011, long sleeves are back but with a twist! Cuffs, ruffles and bell sleeves will add volume and femininity to any wedding dress.
Dress Designer: Pnina Tornai
4) Halter Necklines
We were surprised at how many designers showcased halter necklines this market. A bejeweled halter creates a classic look, while deceptively narrowing broad shoulders.
Dress Designer: Dennis Basso
We saw many removeable overskirts on the runways this market. These overskirts create two looks in one — and it’s perfect for indecisive brides!
Dress Designer: Lazaro
6) Sophisticated Glamour
For the bride who’s looking for a classic look with a major wow factor!
Dress Designer: Maggie Sottero
7) Tip of the Shoulder
A new take on the classic strapless dress, say hello to this tip-of-the-shoulder wedding dress that’s a mix between the spaghetti strap and a cap-sleeve. Grandma approved sleeves that will still allow you to throw your hands up and dance!
Dress Designer: Romona Keveza
Want more? Yes, you do!