The top wedding dresses and styles every bride needs for 2025

From a sharp retro mini and wear anywhere bridal pants to a chic modern ball gown, here are six wedding dresses and looks we love this season. 


Sophie et Voilà

Barcelona label Sophie et Voilà has garnered a loyal following for its pared-back RTW designs and translates the same modern edge to bridal. This neat sleeveless mini dress – with more than a nod to the classic 1960s shift – has an ostrich trim to ramp up the glamour. The matching crepe cape, also with ostrich feathers, creates a perfect combo for chic city brides.


Atelier Pronovias

Sculptural tailoring is a hallmark of Atelier Pronovias in every season, but we love the sharp silhouettes with cutaway detailing in this collection. This slim gown with plunge neckline and flattering scalloped detailing has a sheer side panel to define the waist. This is matched to sheer sleeves which, like the panel, have crystal trim for refined after-dark sparkle.



Lorena Formoso has some wonderful capes and coverups, but our favourite is this airy mohair knit partnered to a simple slip with bootlace straps. Perfect for keeping out the church chill, it has an elegant v back with silk trim to match the dress. It’s an heirloom piece that makes a luxurious (and cosy) alternative to the traditional train and veil.


Isabel Sanchis

Convertible bridal gowns are always a winner, and Isabel Sanchis has delivered a perfect pairing this season. Her rich cream gown has a wide bateau neckline and fitted sleeves with slinky ankle- length skirt. Add in the floaty white silk overskirt with floral waist detail and you have two classic bridal silhouettes to carry you from ceremony to evening party in style.


Jesús Peiró

Designed by Merche Segarra, Jesús Peiró’s 35th bridal collection contains plenty of treasures, but our favourite is this modern ball gown shape with sporty twist.

In lush silk taffeta with minimal detailing, it has a flattering streamlined bodice with wide halterneck – perfect for showing off toned shoulders and back. The deep pockets in the structured skirt add a relaxed twist to formal dressing.


Marylise Bridal

Trousers are a smart choice for destination and evening weddings – or ringing the bridal changes.There are plenty of great options this season, but Marylise’s Irvine design stands out for style with packability. The flowing satin palazzo pants are cut loose and paired with a sequin top with v back. Best of all, these are classic separates to earn their keep on honeymoon and beyond.

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