The ballgown, the mermaid, and the A-line wedding dress have all had their time; now, the two-piece wedding dress has emerged as a modern and classy silhouette for a bride’s special day. The two-piece wedding dress can be a little bit sexy or modest, and many bridal designers have hopped on board of this new trend. Some celebrity brides have even created their own two-piece dresses (Olivia Palermo, anyone?) by putting a skirt and a top together, for a simpler statement that’s relaxed but still fitting. Here are some gorgeous designs that crossed the bridal runways for the upcoming seasons for inspiration if you’re special day is coming soon and you want a modern dress.
Perfect for a summer bohemian wedding, this Theia strapless two-piece dress is the ideal for the boho flower child getting married barefoot in the forest. The chantilly lace top is so simply beautiful, matched with a laser etched satin skirt that flows ever so slightly away from the body. The slight volume at the hem of the skirt would look lovely spinning the night away while this bride dances with her new husband.
This Alyne two piece dress is for that classy and professional bride who wants to keep it modest, but still fashion-forward on her wedding day. The three-quarter length sleeve embroidered top is high on the neck, with feminine detailing that adds dimension to the otherwise simple design. A full, shining skirt forms into a flowing flower-like shape at the bottom, and is adorned with very practical and popular pockets. What’s nice about these two pieces is they could probably be worn separately after the wedding!
There are always brides-to-be that are all about the bling; this Sottero and Midgley two-piece dress will fulfill that bride’s dream, even with a tiny peek-a-boo of skin. The sleeveless top sparkles brilliantly with beads in a romantic design, with a high neck and slightly scalloped edging. Bling hugs the hips of the skirt, which flares out into a brilliant ballgown-inspired skirt.
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