Stylish Wedding Trouser Suits

Submitted by view on August 22, 2016

If you’re not the type of bride to don an extravagant dress for your wedding day, then let one of these stylish trouser suits inspire you.

Whether you’re a bit of a tom-boy or simply just don’t enjoy wearing dresses, that doesn’t mean you have to look any less stylish as you walk down the aisle on your wedding day.

A growing number of brides are ditching the traditional ball gown-style frock and opting for elegantly tailored trouser suits and jump suits instead.

With a plethora of designers producing an incredible selection of sleek, feminine designs, it’s not hard to see why more and more brides are moving in a new direction.

Below are some inspired trouser suit options for stylish brides.

Feminine Elegance

If you’re thinking about donning a pant suit for your wedding day, then the first piece of advice would be to throw away the rule book altogether. Don’t be constrained by the notion that a trouser suit has to comprise a pair of tailored pants and a structured jacket. After all, you don’t want to look like you’re going to a business meeting. The chic design from Aideaux consists of a cowl and hand-draped blouse paired with elegant slim-fit trousers. The draped effect adds something dressier to the outfit, and flatters the bride’s curves in all the right places.

Laid Back Bride

If you’re getting married on the beach in Thailand, then perhaps a casual, laid-back look is what you should aim for? Trousers could end up being more practical, as the skirts and shorter dresses might get whipped about by the sea breeze if you’re in more of an exposed location. Temperley London pairs a cross-back waistcoat with crepe high-waisted trousers and lace-up pumps for an ultra-edgy bridal ensemble. This kind of look is perfect for the bride who prefers a simple, effortless outfit with minimal jewellery and embellishments that let her natural beauty shine.

Tailored to Perfection

If you want to pair traditional, delicate lace fabric with a modern trouser suit look, then look no further than a white lace embroidered jumpsuit like the one by Giambattista Valli. The design is about as classy as one-pieces come, and the stunning embroidered fabric brings real wow factor to the bride’s outfit. Slim cut trousers add a contemporary edge to the whole look, and work fantastically well on brides with slim, athletic figures. Pair with high heels for the ultimate sophisticated look, or better yet, go barefoot if you’re getting married on the beach.

The Wedding Jumpsuit

This jumpsuit from Alythea is a perfect choice for brides getting married in Thailand’s tropical climate, as the wide-leg trousers will leave you feeling fresh and cool all day. Not only does the wide-leg tailoring look fantastic, it also mimics the glamour of a full skirt, providing the bride with the best of both worlds. A simple V-neck at the front doesn’t even need a necklace to set it off, and the cross-over design at the bag couldn’t be classier.

High Street Style

Last, but certainly not least, is a stunning tailored jumpsuit such as the one by designer Rachel Zoe. It is clear that this design takes the traditional tailoring of a men’s suit as its inspiration, but elements such as the sweeping lapel and thick waistband give it a distinctly feminine feel. Accessorise with minimal, elegant pieces and you’re well on the way to being one of the edgiest brides of the year.

 

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