As with most trends in the bridal industry, illusion necklines and backs have deep roots in the fashion industry. This year at Bridal Market, illusion-style elements seemed to be a staple in many designers’ collections.

With the demand from brides increasing, illusion looks like it may be a trend that’s here to stay!

Here’s some illusion-clad dresses from market:

Anne Barge:

Anne Barge chose to play with the illusion trend in a detail-oriented way, implementing sequin plaid-patterns and gorgeous filigree.

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Lela Rose:

An original purveyor of the illusion neckline, Lela Rose’s usage of the trend in her latest collection was undeniably heavy (and we’re not complaining!)

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Monique Lhuillier:

As per usual, Monique put her own signature flair on the illusion trend. A mix of feminine, couture, and sexy dresses all boasted an illusion design in this collection.

 

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Stay tuned for more bridal market recap posts! Next up: colored dresses!