You Didn’t Think Bows Were Going Anywhere, Did You? Bows on Wedding Dresses for Ya!
Yes, bows are going to be everywhere in 2024. Frankly, bows are so in and there’s so many different ways you can incorporate them into your wedding that you could probably have a bow-themed affair. Buuut you don’t have to go that overboard — you can just wear a fabulous dress with a bow, and you’ve got a lot of options because designers are having a love affair with them, too.
If you’ll remember big bow energy was a trend that everyone was here for. Seriously, the bigger, the better. If they were draping on the floor behind you as a train, then it was literally the *best*! It’s no secret we love bows as much as the next person. So we’re bringing you the latest in fashion where the designers incorporated bows into their dresses. Scroll on, beautiful, it’s about to get bow-tastic in here + don’t be afraid to drop and line in the comments and share your thoughts!
Nadia Manjarrez brings a unique spin on the bow trend, delicately adding them to the square neckline designed dress.
Reem Acra perfectly used the bow as the neckline. No subtly, only beauty here.
Badgley Mischka went with subtly with this design, incorporating baby bows toward the bottom of the dress.
Badgley Mischka chose an elegant and refined approach to the bow trend with this one, selecting a bow belt look.
Blue Willow by Anne Barge gave you a show-stopper with this colored dress and the bow on the side only enhances that look.
Blue Willow by Anne Barge brought back the OG, big bows aren’t going anywhere, lovies.
Romana Keveza went the detachable route, giving you the opportunity to take the bow off for your reception and have two looks in one.
Pia Gladys Perey’s design emanates the one we were talking about — that long bow that acts as a train. Yup, that’s what this one is.
Pia Gladys Perey also went the bow belt route and we’re loving it.
Rivini by Rita Vinieris’ design makes you the present with this magnificent bow that deserves to have its moment in the spotlight.
Arava Polak went with a dramatic bow atop the corset detailing in the back.
Anne Barge went a big bow on the back of the dress. And did you spot the bow in her hair?!
Alyne by Rita Vinieris has the neatest bow we may have ever seen. It just sits there as though it was added on last-minute and looks utterly chic and stylish.
Madeline Gardner brought the bow ‘round the waist into the high slit and it is jaw-dropping.
Peter Langner deserves a standing ovation for this dress right here. Between the bow and the feathers, it’s everything!