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New York Bridal Fashion Week 2025 Trends

The S+B team returned to NYBFW aka Bridal Market! Now we’re back and ready to give you the scoop of the top 2025 bridal trends!

The S+B team took a bite out of the Big Apple at New York Bridal Fashion Week.

We returned to NYBFW aka Bridal Market – and boy, did it feel good! Bridal Market is our opportunity to shop ’til we drop – meeting designers from every corner as they showcase their latest collections. And while there is no shortage of amazing gowns coming to S+B, there were definitely a few top trends that stood out. Take a look below and let us know what trend you’re excited to see at S+B in the near future.

Drop + Basque Waist

Did someone say princess? This dropped and basque wasit trend is fulling leaning into the princess vibes for your wedding! We love this gorgeous detail on its own but if you feel like it may be a little too trendy, try adding a ribbon or sash to define your waistline and add a bit of a classic touch.


Who doesn’t love something a little whimsical? These ruffles added to the gowns just adds a little something extra, and If you’re looking for something girly and fun, this is definitely the look for you!


We’re all about this lace revival! We love lace just as much s the next bride, but what we’re really seeings is an appearance of more vintage styles with the lace used. It adds such a classic look to your wedding dress, and paired with a more modern silhouette can add a really interesting juxtaposition! This was all over NYBFW and we’re obsessed with this slight twist on a classic look!


NYBFW was all about adding playful touches to classic looks! Like the addition of ruffles, we’re also seeing bows! The coquette styles has been trending in fashion for the last little while, and seems it’s also made it’s way into bridal! Of course bows are not necessarily new to bridal fashion, but they way we’re seeing them used in designs definitely is! It goes beyond a simple bow at the waist, now we’re seeing a train full of bows, or a statement bow!

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