Visible corsets are making their way to the aisle in sophisticated, couture ways. And brides are loving them.
From vintage royalty fashion to modern day Cinderella, corsets have been are part of the bridal world for centuries. These vintage inspired fashion pieces are feminine and effortlessly romantic. But the modern fashion scene has put a twist on this classic staple. Corsets are making a big comeback, but maybe not in the way you would expect. Visible corsets are trending, and they seem to be everywhere. We are seeing more bridal styles with sheer exposed boning accents than every before, and we are loving them. These sometimes sultry, sometimes sophisticated, styles are so captivating and this is a trend you don't want to miss!
01. Eisen Stein: Princess Worthy Romance
We are starting off the list with an effortless and romantic ball gown from Eisen Stein. The semi sheer bodice with visible corset features a delicate off-the-shoulder neckline and floral appliqué
02. Galia Lahav: Airy Lace
Next up, we have a sultry, lighter-than-airy lace gown from Galia Lahav. The semi-sheer look of the visible corset bodice is mimicked again in the sheer skirt design. This bold style is sure to turn heads.
03. Half Penny London: Modern Detailing
This next visible corset bridal style from Half Penny London has a very modern feel to it. With a chic visible corset bodice, drop waist and lavish satin skirt, this gown is truly breathtaking.
04. Lihi Hod: Tiered Tulle & Lace
Prepare to fall head over heels in love with this next bridal gown from Lihi Hod. An effortlessly romantic tiered tulle and lace gown that features a beautiful visible corset bodice.
05. Eisen Stein: Classic A-Line Corset
We love a classic, a-line cut bridal gown because it is flattering on so many different body types. But the visible corset bodice of this gown really heats things up. And the addition of the waist bow and all over floral accenting, make this gown absolutely irresistible.
06. Galia Lahav: Ethereal Romance
Get swept away into your own fairytale romance with this next bridal gown from Galia Lahav. A dramatic visible corset bodice is complimented by a whimsical layered tulle skirt. We absolutely love this combination of a boudoir looking bodice with an airy tulle skirt.
07. Eisen Stein: Pearl Contemporary
Our pearl loving brides out there don't want to miss this next bridal style from Eisen Stein. Featuring the most stunning exposed corset bodice with delicate pearl accents and pearl sleeves. And did we mention the sequin and feather skirt?
08. Galia Lahav: Visible Corset Peplum
Galia Lahav brings us this next sheer corset bridal gown that features a unique peplum cut bodice paired with a voluminous layered tulle skirt. With all over 3-D floral embellishments, this gown has a very romantic feel to it.
09. Alexandra Grecco: Effortless Modern
An effortless, modern bridal style. We are loving this next visible corset bridal gown from Alexandra Grecco. Grecco describes this gown as "the cool girl alternative to a ‘sparkly’ gown." And we totally agree. Just the right amount of sparkle, paired with modern details like exposed boning and graphic florals.
10. Eisen Stein: Puff Sleeve Trumpet
Eisen Stein brings us another dreamy visible corset bridal style with this fitted trumpet cut floral gown. This sultry style is absolutely breathtaking and we are loving the addition of the optional puff sleeves.
11. Katharine Polk: Nude Tulle Exposed Corset
Nude bridal styles have become a big trend in the last few years, and it is easy to see why. This flattering color tone is hard to resist. Katharine Polk brings us this next nude tulle bridal gown with exposed corset and a dramatic train.
12. Katherine Tash: Twists Tulle Bodice
This next visible corset bridal style features one of the most exciting bodice designs on the list. With a twisted tulle bandeau-like accent layered over an exposed boning corset, this bodice creates a truly one-of-a-kind look.
13. Galia Lahav: Sheer Whimsical Ball Gown
Galia Lahav brings us this next bold bridal ball gown. With a semi-sheer visible corset bodice, and voluminous tulle skirt with a trending high front slit. But what really steals the show with this look is the all over elaborate embroidery.
14. Watters: Ethereal Romance
Our next bridal style comes from Watters. This gown is effortlessly romantic with its delicate layers of wrinkle pleated soft netting. Featuring an exposed corset bodice wrapped in a delicate layer of sheer fabric, and soft detachable puff sleeves.
15. Galia Lahav: Delicate Embroidered Tulle
This next visible corset bridal style is as soft as it is fierce. Featuring a scoop neckline corset with a slight plunging detail and delicate thin straps. And we are loving the all over abstract embroidery that covers the bodice and skirt.
16. Eisen Stein: Fairytale Ball Gown
Our next visible corset bridal style is worthy of a modern day fairytale. This stunning gown from Eisen Stein features the most beautiful bodice with exposed boning, and delicate off-the-shoulder foliage detailing. Perfect for a romantic secret garden themed wedding day!
17. Galia Lahav: Vintage Romance
Our historic romance novel loving brides out there are going to love this next bridal gown from Galia Lahav. This dreamy silk A-line gown is lavishly romantic. Featuring an off-the-shoulder sweetheart neckline with a subtle visible corset bodice and a voluminous layered tulle skirt. The warm color tone of this dress is created from layers of light blush and ivory tulle.
18. Eisen Stein: Chic Strapless Florals
A strapless ball gown is a classic bridal look. But Eisen Stein modernizes this bridal classic with the addition of a visible corset bodice and modern floral embroidery.
19. Katherine Tash: Party Ready Mini
Who can resist a chic bridal mini? And this trending, visible corset gown from Katherine Tash is just adorable. With all over glittering lace, this dress would be the perfect party-ready reception bridal style!
20. Katharine Polk: Futuristic Modern
Next up we have an ultra modern, and almost futuristic bridal style from Katharine Polk. This gown features a one-of-a-kind bodice with exposed corset boning from a cut out design, and a single shoulder ring neckline accent. The only question is who is brave enough to pull off a couture bridal style like this?By Kathryn Schrotenboer