Four Looks We Fell For During Our K&B Atlanta Trip

Sep 1, 2016


K&B Bridals owner Bridget and store manager Chris had a fantastic time shopping for new styles at Bridal Fashion Week in Atlanta! They found some amazing new styles to return with to Maryland. From statement separates to classically styled looks, this year’s Market has done nothing but impress. We can’t wait to bring some of the trending looks back from our trip to the shop for our brides to see!

Sheer Skirts

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A photo posted by K&B Bridals (@kandbbridals) on Sep 21, 2016 at 11:41am PDTThis year, the most unique trend we noticed was sheer skirts. One of our favorite styles with a sheer skirt is this Maggie Sottero stunner (pictured above) whose illusion bottom caught our eye on the runway. The long illusion lace skirt is a modern twist on the edgy high-low hem. It would fit perfectly into a spring or summer wedding.

Long Sleeves

Long sleeves continued to be a popular fashion choice this season! Designers are creating different takes on the traditional bridal trend. Watters by Wtoo paired a long fitted sleeve with a completely open back to balance the coverage on the arm (shown above).

Off-the-Shoulder Necklines

The romantic and classic off-the-shoulder neckline has become more popular in the past few years. It is the perfect style for brides who want to show some skin while staying modest. Maggie Sottero created this ultra-feminine A-line (pictured above) using the timeless trend.

Bold Lace Patterns

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A photo posted by K&B Bridals (@kandbbridals) on Sep 22, 2016 at 6:03pm PDTLast but not least, we noticed more dresses with bolder lace patterns. A designer that we met and fell for during Bridal Fashion Week this year, Emmaline Bridal, paired a long sleeve with bold floral lace to create a bohemian-inspired style. Bonus: K&B owner Bridget and designer of Emmaline Bridals chumming it up at Market!

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A photo posted by K&B Bridals (@kandbbridals) on Sep 22, 2016 at 5:59pm PDT