Gone are the days of brides abiding to the strict rule of buying a single white gown for the big day. The modern bride now opts for everything from unexpected color and shorter hemlines to multiple looks for her ceremony and reception. A wedding jumpsuit is a favorite trend of fashion-forward brides looking for something that is chic and stands out. Perfectly tailored with unexpected silhouettes and details, I’ve put together a collection of jumpsuits that each offer something that dresses simply don’t deliver. Whether it’s chic culottes, all-over lace, or structural sophistication, these jumpsuits were meant for the bride who is daring enough to not only try but set trends.
With beautiful boning in the bodice and slim tailored pant legs, this Monique Lhuillier jumpsuit marries all the best parts of a fitted mermaid dress and high-waisted skinny trousers. All-over lace and subtle eyelash details lining the sweetheart neckline ensure a feminine, bridal feeling.
Sweet pleated details and delicate spaghetti straps shine in this Trina Turk number. Switch into this after the vows to tear up the dance floor in style.
This crisp and structural Roland Mouret jumpsuit is fit for brides who mean serious fashion business. Streamlined yet unexpected, it’d be perfect for a courthouse wedding or a rooftop city celebration.
Alice by Temperley London
All-over lace ups the drama of this ultra-feminine three-quarter-length sleeve jumper. A delicate bow belt frames the waist for a little more frill.
Offering the fullness of a skirt with the freedom of a pant, trendy culottes are really the best of both worlds when it comes to reception style. The simple sweetheart neckline and subtle bustier is beautiful complemented by the elegant pleats of the jumpsuit’s pants.
With so many styles of wedding jumpsuits, there’s bound to be one suited for any bride’s taste. No matter which wedding jumpsuit a bride decides to rock for her big day, she take to the dance floor in fierce, fashionable comfort.