Feather accent in bridal wear has emerged a couple of years ago in Elie Saab, Monique Lhuillier and Oscar de la Renta collections. By now, the feather trend has reached high street with multiple brands featuring outfits with feather trims on the pants, sleeves or skirts. For 2023 feathered gowns showed up on the bridal runway in Sareh Nouri and Badgely Michka collections.
The feather accent adds glamour and can elevate any look; it feels modern and glamorous. The gown doesn’t have to be over the top with a fully feathered skirt, there are multiple ways to include a detail here or there or to go full glam by having a full-feathered train or just an accent or a simple trim on the shoulders or hemline.
In this blog, we share how designers interpret this trend by sharing feathered gowns available on Dress Come True so you can pull off this 2023 bridal trend.
Gorgeous custom made Amato Couture Mermaid dress with a six meters long train. Real ostrich feathers embellish the skirt and the train. A dream of a dress!
Add a subtle feather accent on the shoulder as interpreted by Lia Stublla in this Elegant Minimalist 2022 A-Line gown.